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Maserati 420

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Maserati 420
Manufacturer Maserati
Parent company Fiat
Production 1985-1987
2810 (420)
254 (420S)
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Body style Sedan
Engine Twin turbo V6 2 L (1996 cc)
3 valves per cylinder
Transmission 5 gear + reverse manual Automatic also available
Suspension Front: MacPherson strut, double action shock absorbers
Rear: double action shock absorbers
Steering Rack and pinion
Brakes Hydraulic disc brakes
Wheelbase 2600 mm (102.36 in)
Length 4400 mm (173.22 in)
Width 1730 mm (68.11 in)
Height 1360 mm (53.5 in)
Ground clearance
Front track 1442 mm 56.77 in
Rear track 1450 mm 57.08 in
Weight 1180 kg (2601.45 lb)
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The Maserati 420 is a front engine, rear-wheel-drive luxury car produced by Maserati between 1985 and 1987. In 1986 due to the popularity of the 420, Maserati produced in limited supply, the 420S. The 420S sported improved handling and another intercooler.

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