The updated 2017 model year Maserati Ghibli has been priced from $138,990 in Australia before on-road costs – representing no price change from the 2016 model year version of the mid-size sedan.
Similar to the 2017 Quattroporte, the 2017 Ghibli benefits from the addition of Fiat Chrysler’s new 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Additionally, new Sport and Luxury packages have joined the list of optional extras along with a host of active safety systems.
The Sport package will run Ghibli buyers $13,00 and will add sport seats, a sport steering wheel and aluminum paddle shifters. Carbon fiber interior and exterior trim is available in conjunction with the Sport package, however pricing has yet to be announced.
The luxury package will add $16,000 onto the pricetag of the Ghibli in Australia and will add premium leather upholstery to the cabin. If that’s not lavish enough, buyers may opt for the $20,843 Ermenegildo Zegna silk package, which adds Zegna-branded silk upholstery to the seats and other sections of the interior.
The final optional extra is the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Pack. For $5,384, the package adds an autonomous emergency braking system along with adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, forward collision warning with brake assist and an air quality sensor.
The diesel V6 powered Ghibli will start at $138,990 in Australia, with gasoline V6 powered versions of the sedan starting at $143,990. The range-topping Ghibli S, meanwhile, will command a significant $179,990.