Maserati Levante S now available in SA: New luxury SUV priced from R1.9-million

Cape Town - The highly-anticipated petrol version of Maserati’s SUV, the Levante S, is now available in South Africa.

Until now, the Maserati Levante has been available in South Africa in V6 turbo-diesel guise. The new twin turbo V6 Petrol Levante S offers 320KW which enables the Levante to sprint from 0-100km/h time in 5.2 seconds - making it a true performance machine.

The Levante-S is priced from R1 950 000.

Brad Graaff, Operations Manager for European Automotive Imports - South Africa (EAI-SA), said: "Since launching the Levante in South Africa last year, we have had an overwhelming response from the public. The arrival of the Levante S cements Maserati’s position as one of the country’s leaders in the niche vehicle segment, including luxury SUVs"

He adds: "Maserati is committed to the South African market, as the Levante S follows a range of new vehicle updates introduced by the brand earlier this year. Maserati South Africa has two showrooms in Johannesburg and Cape Town, with a third in the near future for Durban."

Maserati enthusiasts will be able to test drive the Levante-S later in November.

*EAI-SA is the official importer of Maserati in South Africa.


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