Maserati 228

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The Maserati 228, often overlooked in the brand's rich history, is an example of Italian luxury and performance distilled into a grand touring package. Introduced in 1986, the 228 was a part of the Biturbo family of vehicles from Maserati, offering a more refined and luxurious experience. The "228" name derived from its 2.8-litre engine and two-door configuration.

Designed by Pierangelo Andreani, an engineer who worked for the De Tomaso group at the time, the Maserati 228 was seen as a high-performance luxury alternative to the more compact Biturbo. Produced until 1992, the car was part of Maserati's efforts to offer a more reliable and user-friendly model, following some issues with early Biturbos.

Under the hood, the Maserati 228 sported a 2.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine – a powerful unit that made the 228 a genuinely exhilarating drive. This motor produced a respectable 250 horsepower and 365 Nm of torque. Maserati equipped the 228 with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard, although a 4-speed automatic was available as an option. Read more

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от 38500 USD

Average price at auction of an Maserati 228

Generations Maserati 228

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Name, years of manufacture, type body
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Auction price
1st generation
1st generation
1986 - 1992Coupe
9.2 l
5.8 sec
100 - 500 USD

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