The Maserati Mexico’s production started in 1966 and ended in 1972, although most were sold before the Maserati Indy took over the sales in 1968. Vignale was in charge of the design, and made a very subtle and classic-looking sedan. The Maserati Mexico was the perfect model for enthusiasts in search of a practical yet powerful sedan, without the showiness of a Ferrari. The first versions of Maserati Mexico were fitted with a 4.7-liter V8, and a 4.2-liter variant was introduced in 1969. With options such as a radio, an automatic transmission, or power steering, the Maserati Mexico was a luxurious model. Moreover, high-quality leather seats, electric windows, iodine headlights, a beautiful wooden dashboard and air-conditioning came standard for extra comfort. 4.7-liter models were fitted with Borrani wire wheels, while 4.2-liter cars featured steel disc wheels.
If you’re in the market for a 1969 Maserati Mexico, be sure to carry out a pre-purchase inspection with the help of a classic Maserati expert. Inspecting the car thoroughly to make sure it’s mechanically sound and won’t be in need of extensive service anytime soon can save you a lot of trouble. Parts and service are onerous for such a rare classic so it’s in your best interest to purchase the model in the best condition within your budget. A good classic will run smoothly, thanks to a well-tuned engine and transmission, as well as a smooth and sharp suspension system.
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