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  • 2020 Maserati Levante Overview

    Willis Kuelthau
    Automotive Editor - December 16, 2019

    What's New

    The 2020 Maserati Levante may no longer be a novelty, but it’s still drawing its fair share of attention. Now entering its third year of U.S. production, the Levante is Maserati’s top seller and foreshadowed ultra-luxury utility vehicles from the likes of Lamborghini and Aston Martin.

    The 2020 model sees only minor changes to feature availability. Maserati has promised a smaller crossover that's set to debut in 2021, with a redesign for the Levante on the horizon in 2023.

    Choosing Your Maserati Levante

    The Maserati Levante comes in four trims: Levante, S, GTS, and Trofeo. Starting prices range from $74,485 including destination for a base Levante to $171,475 for a Trofeo.

    Engine Choices

    Each trim of the Levante gets its own engine tune, resulting in four different possibilities. The lower two use a twin-turbocharged V6, while the top trims get a twin-turbo V8 assembled by Ferrari themselves. Both the V8 trims also get sportier drive modes to match their extra power.

    Engine TypeTrim LevelHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (Combined)
    3.0L Twin-Turbo V6Levante345 hp369 lb-ft17 mpg
    3.0L Twin-Turbo V6S424 hp428 lb-ft17 mpg
    3.8L Twin-Turbo V8GTS550 hp538 lb-ft15 mpg
    3.8L Twin-Turbo V8Trofeo590 hp538 lb-ft15 mpg

    All Levantes use an eight-speed automatic transmission to send power to all four wheels.

    Performance-wise, the Levante holds its own against the competition. The upper trims will handily outrun a Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 63, and even the base Levante will scoot from 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds. As might be expected, none of the engines are particularly efficient.

    Passenger and Cargo Capacity

    All Levantes seat five, but the body isn’t as spacious as its crossover bones might suggest. Head room is constricted slightly by the swooping roofline, and leg room is only adequate.

    Cargo capacity is a similar story. The Levante fits just 20.5 cubic feet behind the seats, or 57.4 with them folded. Even the Mercedes GLE-Class coupe and the Lamborghini Urus manage more – the Levante’s cargo capacity is closer to that of the Porsche Macan than it is the Porsche Cayenne.

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    Safety Features

    The Levante could be improved on the safety front. Standard features only include blind-spot monitoring and parking sensors.

    Thankfully, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, a surround-view camera, pedestrian detection, and traffic sign recognition are all bundled in the Driver Assistance Package ($1,600). These features become standard on the GTS and Trofeo.

    Connectivity

    Tech is a priority in the Levante, although it’s not quite as ritzy as some rivals. Infotainment is handled by an 8.4-inch touchscreen with standard navigation, voice commands, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility.

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    Levante - From $74,485

    For 2020, a sunroof and heated steering wheel join an already impressive base feature list. The Levante gets 19-inch aluminum wheels, an adaptive air suspension with several drive modes, and bi-xenon headlights. Luxury doesn’t go amiss, with leather upholstery, heated front seats, remote start, and a power-operated trunk. Plus there’s Maserati’s signature analog clock on the dash.

    Two sub-trims give the Levante different personalities. For the sport-focused buyer there’s the GranSport version, which adds 20-inch wheels, sport seats, red and white brake calipers, and a rear spoiler. If luxury is more your style, the GranLusso treatment includes silk and leather upholstery, open-pore wood trim, and ventilated front seats. Both versions cost an extra $6,000 and include a Harman Kardon sound system.

    For the aesthetically inclined, the Nerissimo Package ($2,900) blacks out every conceivable surface and adds 20-inch wheels. Ventilated seats are also an option, paired with perforated leather upholstery for $3,400.

    S - From $85,485

    The $11,000 price jump to the Levante S pays almost entirely for the engine tune. Aside from its extra 79 hp, the Levante S is virtually identical to its base sibling. The Levante S does get wheel-mounted paddle shifters and extended leather upholstery.

    Some packages and options do come (slightly) cheaper. The GranLusso and GranSport versions are both $5,000, and perforated leather is reduced to $2,900.

    GTS - From $122,475

    The Levante GTS debuted in 2019, bringing with it a 3.8-liter V8 wearing multiple turbochargers. It comes with a few other perks, like Alcantara trim, an upgraded instrument display, ventilated sport bucket seats up front, and heated seats in the rear.

    The Nerissimo Package is available for just $1,100 at this trim. A Bowers and Wilkins sound is an option for $2,000, and four-zone climate control is a $1,100 addition.

    Trofeo - From $171,475

    The Levante Trofeo is the king of the lineup, with a price tag to match. It unlocks another 40 hp over the GTS, pairing it with 21-inch wheels with carbon-fiber body elements, beefed up brakes, and sticky summer tires. The interior gets full-grain Pieno Fiore leather in a variety of possible color combinations.

    Just about everything is included standard at this trim, leaving only a few black exterior accents to add à la carte.

    Compare Levante Trims Side-By-Side

    CarsDirect Tip

    A Maserati crossover is already dripping in excess, so you may as well spend up to pair the 2020 Maserati Levante with a V8. The soundtrack won’t disappoint.

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