Having only been on sale for a scant few months, potential buyers are very unlikely to come across a dealership willing to sell a Maserati Levante under MSRP.
The exact number of units produced so far has not been released by Maserati, but according forum members who works at Maserati dealerships, the Levante is in high demand and they’re flying off the showroom floors. When supply does not meet demands, dealerships are unlikely to hand out discounts.
According to Good Car Bad Car, Levante sales have been increasing every month in the United States with a huge jump between August (91 units sold) and September (387). October saw another increase with 501 vehicles sold. We can expect to see another sales increase when the November numbers are published.
The same cannot be said for Canada as only 64 SUVs were sold in the span of three months. Maybe there is less demand in Canada, in which case potential buyers could try to negotiate a deal. Or the Canadian market is just not receiving as many units as the states and the model is still selling like hot cakes.
Even at MSRP, you’ll still be walking away with a Ferrari-fettled V6 powered SUV and maybe some Maserati branded paraphernalia on the side.