Maserati Lease Deals

One of the world’s greatest and most desired luxury, sports car brands is Maserati. The Maserati emblem depicts the Trident, a symbol of power and authority. First Vehicle Leasing is sure to have a new Maserati finance deal for you!

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One of the world’s greatest and most desired luxury, sports car brands is Maserati. The Maserati emblem depicts the Trident, a symbol of power and authority. First Vehicle Leasing is sure to have a new Maserati finance deal for you!

A Bit About Maserati

Maserati is an Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer initially established in Bologna, Italy, in 1914; the company's headquarters are now in Modena; the Stelliantis group has owned the brand since 2021.

The current model range includes the Quattroporte and the Ghibli, the Maserati GranTurismo, Grecale, and Maserati Levante SUV.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the five Maserati brothers were involved in automobiles in one way or another, from engineering to racing. 

The brothers pooled their talents, formed Società Anonima Officine Alfieri Maserati, and manufactured successful racing cars in Bologna, like the Tipo 26, adopting the Trident emblem from the fountain of Neptune in Bologna's Piazza Maggiore.

In 1937 after the death of Alfieri Maserati from complications following a racing accident in 1932, the remaining Maserati brothers sold the company to Adolfo Orsi, an Italian industrialist and the company's headquarters were relocated to Modina.

The Argentinian Juan Manuel Fangio raced for many years in the 1950s for Maserati, winning the world championship in 1957. Another notable racing honour for Maserati was winning the Indianapolis 500, the only Italian manufacturer ever to do so.

After withdrawing from racing in 1958, Maserati turned its attention to producing Grand Tourers, producing the ground-breaking 3500GT in 1963; the first saloon was launched, the Quattroporte Tipo 107, a 4.2 litre DOHC V8.

This was followed in 1967 by the Ghia-designed Chilbli coupé 4.7-litre version of Maserati’s quad Cam V8. This new breed of Grand Tourer was a full-on road car; however, Maserati’s racing attitude and heritage were clearly at the heart of these classic cars.


Our Maserati Range

Before choosing the Maserati you plan to lease, we recommend determining your budget. Calculate what you can afford each month and the maximum amount you can spend. Once you've found the right deal, be sure to speak to us and be guided through the process. Whichever Maserati you choose, you’ll benefit from expert assistance every step of the way, a full warranty from Maserati and no depreciation on your new car!

Get your blistering Maserati car leasing deal from FVL today by choosing a model from our Maserati range.

Disclaimer: Please note that the specifications listed below were correct at the time of writing and based on availability. Specs and availability should always be checked before agreeing to our leasing deals.


Quattroporte is a 4-door full-size luxury saloon; the name translates from Italian, meaning “four doors”, and it's currently in its 6th generation. This classic Italian icon combines the racing performance of Maserati with Italian style and exceptional quality.

Ghibli (G-ibly)

From 1967 to 1973, Maserati Ghibli was a V8 Grand Tourer, a V6 twin-turbocharged coupe from 1992 to 1998, and from 2013 onwards, an executive saloon. The name is derived from Libyan Arabic for a “hot, dry SW westerly wind”.

Today's model is a luxury sports saloon with an Italian soul and is a Global Icon. The GT version is available as a mild hybrid. The four-cylinder in-line engine is combined with the 48v motor, delivering a combined performance of 330 BHP. 


The Maserati Grecale (Tipo M182) (Greek Wind) ]is a front-engine five-door compact luxury crossover SUV. The Grecale uses the Nettuno V6 3.0-litre twin-turbo engine line with Maserati traditions with a twist; it’s a mild hybrid.

The Grecale Folgore is Maserati’s first 100% electric vehicle; as you would expect with the Maserati’s DNA, the 105-kilowatt battery will give you up to 500 BHP and an estimated 125mph top speed.

Folgore translates to “lightning,” and it clearly states the ambition of Maserati to deliver more electric vehicle lineup in the future.

First Vehicle Leasing: Lease Your New Maserati Today

One of the main advantages of personal or business contract hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a contract hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Maserati models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next Maserati car, check out the best First Vehicle Leasing PCH deals.


  • Is it smart to lease a Maserati?

    Definitely! With the amount of money that new cars can lose, leasing a Maserati makes a lot of sense. If you are not fussed about owning the vehicle at the end, it can be the cheapest way to get into a brand new Maserati.

  • Is Maserati a good brand?

    One of the world’s greatest and most desired luxury, sports car brands is Maserati. The Maserati emblem depicts the Trident, a symbol of power and authority. Maserati offers an innovative and visually stunning selection of cars and have carved themselves a very successful position as a premium brand in the car leasing sector.

  • What is car leasing?

    Car leasing is simply a longer hire of a new car using a credit contract for a set period, usually between 2 and 4 years. They offer low fixed monthly rental payments until the end of the contract, and then you hand the car back.

  • What are the benefits of car leasing?

    New cars. The value of car leasing lets you drive the latest new cars for less, meaning warranty cover, the newest technology and safety advancements. It also protects the hirer from residual loss and market uncertainty plus the costs that ageing cars can give.