Maserati GranCabrio vs Maserati GranTurismo

Should you buy Maserati GranCabrio or Maserati GranTurismo? Find out which car is best for you - compare the two models on the basis of their Price, Size, Space, Boot Space, Service cost, Mileage, Features, Colours and other specs. Maserati GranCabrio price starts at Rs 2.46 Cr ex-showroom for Sport Diesel (Diesel) and Maserati GranTurismo price starts Rs 2.25 Cr ex-showroom for 4.7 V8 (Petrol). GranCabrio has 4691 cc (Diesel top model) engine, while GranTurismo has 4691 cc (Diesel top model) engine. As far as mileage is concerned, the GranCabrio has a mileage of 10.2 kmpl (Diesel top model)> and the GranTurismo has a mileage of 10 kmpl (Diesel top model).

GranCabrio Vs GranTurismo

Key HighlightsMaserati GranCabrioMaserati GranTurismo
On Road PriceRs.3,15,98,051*Rs.2,94,85,639*
Fuel TypeDieselDiesel
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Maserati GranCabrio vs Maserati GranTurismo Comparison

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        Maserati GranCabrio
        Maserati GranCabrio
        Rs2.69 Cr*
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            Maserati GranTurismo
            Maserati GranTurismo
            Rs2.51 Cr*
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          Basic Information
          On-Road Price in New Delhi
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          Engine & Transmission
          Engine Type
          Engine type in car refers to the type of engine that powers the vehicle. There are many different types of car engines, but the most common are petrol (gasoline) and diesel engines
          V Type Diesel Engine
          V-Type Diesel Engine
          Displacement (cc)
          The displacement of an engine is the total volume of all of the cylinders in the engine. Measured in cubic centimetres (cc)
          No. of Cylinders
          ICE engines have one or more cylinders. More cylinders typically mean more smoothness and more power, but it also means more moving parts and less fuel efficiency.
          Max Power (bhp@rpm)
          Power dictates the performance of an engine. It's measured in horsepower (bhp) or metric horsepower (PS). More is better.
          Max Torque (nm@rpm)
          The load-carrying ability of an engine, measured in Newton-metres (Nm) or pound-foot (lb-ft). More is better.
          Valves Per Cylinder
          Valves let air and fuel into the cylinders of a combustion engine. More valves typically make more power and are more efficient.
          Valve Configuration
          Valve configuration refers to the number and arrangement of intake and exhaust valves in each engine cylinder.
          Fuel Supply System
          Responsible for delivering fuel from the fuel tank into your internal combustion engine (ICE). More sophisticated systems give you better mileage.
          Direct Injection
          Direct Injection
          Bore X Stroke (mm)
          Bore is the diameter of the cylinder, and stroke is the distance that the piston travels from the top of the cylinder to the bottom. Multiplying these two figures gives you the cubic capacity (cc) of an engine.
          94 x 84.5
          94 X 84.5
          Compression Ratio
          The amount of pressure that an engine can generate in its cylinders before combustion. More compression = more power.
          Turbo Charger
          A device that forces more air into an internal combustion engine. More air can burn more fuel and make more power. Turbochargers utilise exhaust gas energy to make more power.
          Super Charger
          A device that forces more air into an internal combustion engine. More air can burn more fuel and make more power. Superchargers utilise engine power to make more power.
          Transmission Type
          Gear Box
          Drive Type
          Fuel & Performance
          Fuel Type
          Mileage ARAI (kmpl)
          Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)
          Emission Norm Compliance
          BS VI
          BS VI
          Top Speed (kmph)
          Suspension, Steering & Brakes
          Front Suspension
          Quattroporte Sport GT S is fitted with the single-setting racing-style suspension system
          Double Wishbone
          Rear Suspension
          Quattroporte Sport GT S is fitted with the single-setting racing-style suspension system
          Five-Arm Multilink
          Steering Type
          Steering Column
          Height & Reach Adjustment
          Height & Reach Adjustment
          Steering Gear Type
          Rack & Pinion
          Rack & Pinion
          Turning Radius (Metres)
          Front Brake Type
          Ventilated Disc
          Ventilated Disc
          Rear Brake Type
          Ventilated Disc
          Ventilated Disc
          Top Speed (Kmph)
          0-100kmph (Seconds)
          Tyre Size
          245/35 R20,285/35 R20
          245/40 R19,285/40 R19
          Tyre Type
          Dimensions & Capacity
          Length (mm)
          The distance from a car's front tip to the farthest point in the back.
          Width (mm)
          The width of a car is the horizontal distance between the two outermost points of the car, typically measured at the widest point of the car, such as the wheel wells or the rearview mirrors
          Height (mm)
          The height of a car is the vertical distance between the ground and the highest point of the car. It can decide how much space a car has along with it's body type and is also critical in determining it's ability to fit in smaller garages or parking spaces
          Ground Clearance Unladen (mm)
          The laden ground clearance is the vertical distance between the ground and the lowest point of the car when the car is empty. More ground clearnace means when fully loaded your car won't scrape on tall speedbreakers, or broken roads.
          Wheel Base (mm)
          Distance from the centre of the front wheel to the centre of the rear wheel. A longer wheelbase is better for stability and also allows more passenger space on the inside.
          Front Tread (mm)
          The distance from the centre of the left tyre to the centre of the right tyre of a four-wheeler's front wheels. Also known as front track. The relation between the front and rear tread/track numbers decides a cars stability.
          Rear Tread (mm)
          The distance from the centre of the left tyre to the centre of the right tyre of a fourwheeler's rear wheels. Also known as Rear Track. The relation between the front and rear Tread/Track numbers dictates a cars stability
          Kerb Weight (kg)
          It is the weight of just a car, including fluids such as engine oil, coolant and brake fluid, combined with a fuel tank that is filled to 90 percent capacity.
          Grossweight (kg)
          The gross weight of a car is the maximum weight that a car can carry which includes the weight of the car itself, the weight of the passengers, and the weight of any cargo that is being carried. Overloading a car is unsafe as it effects handling and could also damage components like the suspension.
          Seating Capacity
          Boot Space (Litres)
          No. of Doors
          Comfort & Convenience
          Power Steering
          Mechanism that reduces the effort needed to operate the steering wheel. Offered in various types, including hydraulic and electric.
          Power Windows FrontYesYes
          Power Windows RearNoNo
          Automatic Climate ControlYesYes
          Air Quality Control
          Air filters, also known as air purifiers, purify the air of the cabin by absorbing any harmful or contaminated particles.
          Remote Trunk Opener
          Some cars have buttons on the key to unlock only the trunk/boot of the car without unlocking any of the doors.
          Remote Fuel Lid OpenerYesYes
          Low Fuel Warning LightYesYes
          Accessory Power Outlet
          12V power socket to power your appliances, like phones or tyre inflators.
          Trunk Light
          Lighting for the boot area. It usually turns on automatically when the boot is opened.
          Vanity Mirror
          A mirror, usually located behind the passenger sun shade, used to check one's appearance. More expensive cars will have these on the driver's side and some cars even have this feature for rear seat passengers too.
          Rear Reading LampNoNo
          Rear Seat HeadrestYesYes
          Rear Seat Centre Arm Rest
          A foldable armrest for the rear passengers, usually in the middle, which also comprises cup holders or other small storage spaces. When not in use, it can be folded back into the seat, so that an additional occupant can be seated.
          Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
          A type of seat belt on which the height can be adjusted, to help improve comfort.
          Cup Holders Front
          Storage spaces that are specifically designed to hold cups or beverage cans. Sometimes these can be cooled and heated too.
          Cup Holders RearYesYes
          Rear AC Vents
          Dedicated AC vents for the rear passengers, usually located between the front seats. Helps cool the rear compartment, while offering passengers the option to control the flow. Some rear AC vents allow for fan speed control.
          Heated Seats FrontNoNo
          Heated Seats RearNoNo
          Seat Lumbar SupportNoYes
          Multifunction Steering Wheel
          A steering wheel that has many buttons to control various functions of the infotainment system and key car functions like cruise control. This allows the driver to manage these functions without taking their hands off the steering wheel.
          Cruise ControlYesYes
          Parking Sensors
          Sensors on the vehicle's exterior that use either ultrasonic or electromagnetic waves bouncing off objects to alert the driver of obstacles while parking.
          Front & Rear
          Navigation SystemYesYes
          Foldable Rear Seat
          Rear seats that can be folded down to create additional storage space.
          Smart Access Card Entry
          Allows you to lock/unlock the car by simply carrying the smart key with you, without using the buttons on a key.
          Engine Start Stop ButtonYesYes
          Glove Box Cooling
          A function in the glove box that allows you to keep food items and beverages cool for long durations.
          Bottle Holder
          Front Door
          Front Door
          Voice CommandNoNo
          Steering Wheel Gearshift PaddlesYesYes
          USB Charger
          Steering Mounted TripmeterNoNo
          Central Console Armrest
          An added convenince feature to rest one's hand on, while also offering features like cupholders or a small storage space.
          Tailgate Ajar
          A warning to indicate that the vehicle's boot or tailgate isnt properly closed.
          Gear Shift Indicator
          A display that shows the current gear the car is in. More advanced versions also suggest the most prefered gear for better efficiency.
          Rear CurtainNoNo
          Luggage Hook And NetNoNo
          Battery SaverNoNo
          Lane Change IndicatorNoNo
          Massage Seats
          A feature seen in higher-end cars designed to offer a massage to the occupant. Usually activated via the car's central infotainment screen.
          Memory Function SeatsNoNo
          One Touch Operating Power Window
          Unlike standard power windows, this one allows you to roll up/down the window fully with a single press of the button.
          Autonomous ParkingNoNo
          Drive Modes
          Air ConditionerYesYes
          Adjustable SteeringYesYes
          KeyLess EntryYesYes
          Ventilated SeatsNoNo
          Height Adjustable Driver SeatYesYes
          Electric Adjustable Seats
          Automatic HeadlampsYesYes
          Follow Me Home HeadlampsNoNo
          A tachometer shows how fast the engine is running, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM). In a manual car, it helps the driver know when to shift gears.
          Electronic Multi Tripmeter
          Measures the distance a vehicle has travelled for a particular trip. A multi-tripmeter can keep track of multiple distances. For example kilometres since the last fuel up and kilometres travelled since the last service. The different tripmeters can be reset by the user as and when needed.
          Leather SeatsYesYes
          Fabric UpholsteryNoNo
          Leather Steering WheelYesYes
          Glove Compartment
          It refers to a storage compartment built into the dashboard of a vehicle on the passenger's side. It is used to store vehicle documents, and first aid kit among others.
          Digital Clock
          Refers to a display that shows the current time in a digital (numerical) format.
          Outside Temperature DisplayYesYes
          Cigarette LighterYesYes
          Digital Odometer
          A meter that keeps track of the total kilometres a vehicle has travelled. This cannot be reset by an owner and serves as a record for tracking service intervals and waranty validity, and also is important when selling the vehicle.
          Driving Experience Control EcoNoNo
          Folding Table In The Rear
          Refers to a fold-out table tray attached either to the back of the front seats or in the central section of the rear seats.
          Dual Tone Dashboard
          When the dashboard has two colours of trim it's called a dual tone dashboard.
          Available ColorsNero Carbonio MetallicGrigio AlfieriGrayBordeaux PontevecchinoBlu SofisticatoItalian Racing RedMagma RedBianco EldoradoNeroGrigio Touring+11 MoreGran Cabrio ColorsCarbon BlackBlueItalian Racing RedMagma RedBlackFuji WhiteBianco EldoradogreyLava GreyYellow+8 MoreGran Turismo Colors
          Body Type
          Adjustable HeadlightsYesYes
          Fog Lights Front
          Front fog lights are lights placed near the lower half of a car's front bumper. They are designed to improve visibility in bad weather conditions such as fog or heavy rains.
          Fog Lights Rear
          Rear fog lights are lights placed near the lower half of a car's rear bumper. Unlike front fog lights, rear fog lights are designed to ensure cars driving behind you can see you better in bad weather conditions such as fog or heavy rains.
          Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
          Power-adjustable exterior rear view mirror is a type of outside rear view mirror that can be adjusted electrically by the driver using a switch or buttons.
          Manually Adjustable Ext Rear View Mirror
          Manually adjustable exterior rear view mirrors refer to stick-like controls inside the car that are used to adjust the angle of the exterior rear view mirrors.
          Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
          A vehicle's rear-view mirrors that can open and close at the touch of a button.
          Rain Sensing Wiper
          It refers to a water/moisture sensor that automatically starts the wiper when it rains or water is splashed onto the car's windshield. It is a feature that aids both convenience and safety.
          Rear Window Wiper
          It is a single wiper used to clear the rear windshield of dust and water. It can be used by itself or with a washer that sprays water.
          Rear Window Washer
          It is the sprayer/water dispenser located near the rear windshield that works with the rear wiper to clean the glass.
          Rear Window Defogger
          Rear window defoggers use heat to increase the temperature of the rear windshield to clear any fogging up of the glass caused by weather conditions.
          Wheel CoversNoNo
          Alloy Wheels
          Lightweight wheels made of metals such as aluminium. Available in multiple designs, they enhance the look of a vehicle.
          Power AntennaNoYes
          Tinted Glass
          Tinted glass refers to a coating or film applied to a car's glass area that either reflects heat from entering the cabin or improves privacy for those inside the car by reducing visibility from outside, or both.
          Rear Spoiler
          Increases downforce on the rear end of the vehicle. In most cars, however, they're used simply for looks.
          Removable Or Convertible Top
          A roof made of a lightweight material or canvas/fabric that can be removed to make the vehicle an open top.
          Roof CarrierNoNo
          Sun Roof
          A glass panel on the roof of a vehicle, either just over the front seats or extending further backward towards the rear.
          Moon RoofNoNo
          Side Stepper
          Side steppers are a convenience feature, usually offered in vehicles with high floors, to make it easier to step into or out of the car. They are either pemanently fixed near the side of the vehicle or deploy electrically. The latter is usually only with luxury cars.
          Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicators
          An additional turn indicator located on the outside mirror of a vehicle that warns both oncoming and following traffic.
          Integrated AntennaYesNo
          Chrome Grille
          A shiny silver finish on the grille of a vehicle.
          Chrome Garnish
          Chrome garnish is a chrome strip or panel applied to certain parts of the car to make them look brighter or flashier.
          Smoke HeadlampsYesYes
          Halogen HeadlampsNoNo
          Roof Rail
          Roof rails are parts attached to a car's roof that can either enhance a car's styling or be used to carry luggage carriers. Not all roof rails are designed to take loads and if they are, they have strict weight limits.
          Trunk Opener
          Automatic Driving Lights
          Car headlamps that automatically turn on in low light conditions and switch off in bright conditions.
          Tyre Size
          245/35 R20,285/35 R20
          245/40 R19,285/40 R19
          Tyre Type
          Anti Lock Braking System
          A safety system that prevents a car's wheels from locking up during hard braking to maintain steering control.
          Brake AssistYesYes
          Central LockingYesYes
          Child Safety Locks
          Safety locks located on the car's rear doors that, when engaged, allows the doors to be opened only from the outside. The idea is to stop the door from opening unintentionally.
          Anti Theft Alarm
          An alarm system that sounds when anyone tries to access the car forcibly or break into it.
          No. of Airbags
          Driver Airbag
          An inflatable air bag located within the steering wheel that automatically deploys during a collision, to protect the driver from physical injury
          Passenger AirbagYesYes
          Side Airbag FrontYesYes
          Side Airbag RearNoNo
          Day Night Rear View Mirror
          A rearview mirror that can be adjusted to reduce glare from headlights behind the vehicle at night.
          Xenon HeadlampsYesYes
          Seat Belt Warning
          A warning buzzer that reminds passengers to buckle their seat belts.
          Door Ajar Warning
          A function that alerts the driver when any of the doors are open or not properly closed.
          Traction ControlYesYes
          Tyre Pressure Monitor
          This feature monitors the pressure inside each tyre, alerting the driver when one or more tyre loses pressure.
          Engine Immobilizer
          A security feature that prevents unauthorized access to the car's engine.
          Rear Camera
          A camera at the rear of the car to help with parking safely.
          Anti Theft DeviceYesYes
          Speed Sensing Auto Door LockNoNo
          Knee Airbags
          Airbags positioned at knee level to provide additional protection during a front collision.
          Isofix Child Seat Mounts
          A secure attachment system to fix child seats directly on the chassis of the car.
          Heads Up Display
          An additional display for the driver placed above the main display or even projected on the windshield, containing speed and trip details, so that the driver's vision stays on the road.
          Pretensioners And Force Limiter Seatbelts
          These mechanisms tighten up the seatbelts, or reduces their force till a certain threshold, so as to hold the occupants in place during sudden acceleration or braking.
          Blind Spot Monitor
          A function of ADAS that uses radar to alert the driver if there are vehicles behind them that aren't fully visible in their mirror.
          Hill Descent ControlNoNo
          Hill Assist
          A feature that helps prevent a car from rolling backward on a hill.
          Impact Sensing Auto Door UnlockNoNo
          360 View CameraNoNo
          Entertainment & Communication
          Cd PlayerYesYes
          Cd ChangerNoNo
          Dvd PlayerNoYes
          Audio System Remote ControlNoNo
          Speakers FrontYesYes
          Speakers RearYesYes
          Integrated 2DIN AudioYesYes
          USB And Auxiliary InputYesYes
          Bluetooth ConnectivityYesYes
          Touch ScreenNoYes
          Internal StorageNoNo
          Rear Entertainment SystemNoNo
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          Which car is cheaper between Maserati GranCabrio and Maserati GranTurismo?

          Maserati GranCabrio price starts at Rs 2.46 Cr & Maserati GranTurismo price starts at Rs 2.25 Cr in New Delhi. Maserati GranTurismo is cheaper between these two cars.

          Which car has good mileage Maserati GranCabrio and Maserati GranTurismo?

          The mileage of GranCabrio is 10.2 kmpl in New Delhi & The mileage of GranTurismo is 10 kmpl in New Delhi. Maserati GranCabrio gives better mileage than Maserati GranTurismo.
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