Forum member Maserati_Matt has just uploaded the preliminary U.S. dealer ordering guide for the 2017 Maserati Levante. It’s labelled as “preliminary” because the pricing and option availability are estimations.
The Levante UK prices was just recently revealed and now we have the estimated U.S. prices. Those of you across the pond will be able to choose between two variants, the Levante and the Levante S. At a starting price of $72,000, customers will be getting the 345hp Levante equipped with a 3.0 L twin turbo V6 engine and the more powerful 424 hp S model will cost you $83,000. Both versions will come standard with an 8–speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
At the base level, the Levante will come with a bevy of features including 19” alloy rims with all season tires (summer tires are optional), 12-way power heated seats, 2 driver memory system, full leather upholstery, and a lot more. If you do decide to go with the Levante S, a few extra features will be added on top of the base model’s standard equipment; 19" staggered alloy wheels, dual cast medium braking system, black painted calipers, chrome roof rails, upgraded upholstery, shift paddles, etc.
If you want a more luxurious or sporty Levante, Maserati does have four additional trim packages.
The Levante Luxury Package will cost an extra $6,000 if you’re adding it to the base model but, it’s only $5,000 on top of the Levante S’ $83,000.
Not luxurious enough for you? There is the Levante Luxury Zegna Package for an extra $8,000 on top of the base price or $7,000 for the S model.
For those looking for a sportier ride, there is the 20” Sport Package for $6,000 and $5,000 for the S model. This package is designated 20” because of the 20" alloy rims it comes with and the same naming scheme applies for the 21” Sport Package.
The 21” Package includes a set of 21" alloy rims with summer tires for $7,800 or $6,800 with the S model.
On top of these trims there are additional stand-alone options you can choose from along with smaller packages. The start of production date is set for late June so we could be seeing the first deliveries soon after.
You can read the full ordering guide - 2017 Maserati Levante U.S. Ordering Guide.