Produced from 1967 to 1972, the Maserati Mexico was a luxurious 2+2 sports car, based on the chassis of the Quattroporte sedan but using a shorter wheelbase. The first models were fitted with a 4.7-liter V8 and a 4.2-liter was made available from 1969. Apart from a new engine, the model underwent few updates during its lifetime and production numbers stayed very low. The Maserati Indy was a more popular option offered by the brand for a 2+2 GT, and after the Indy was introduced, the Mexico production was very limited. The interior of the 1971 Maserati Mexico offered a lot of comfort and luxurious features, such as a gorgeous wooden dashboard, electric windows, standard air conditioning, optional automatic transmission, power steering and a radio. The 4.7-liter models featured Borrani wire wheels, while the later 4.2-liter cars had steel disc wheels.
If you’re unsure about the classic Maserati model that best fits your needs, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to help you define what features and options matter most to you. If you’re already looking at a 1971 Maserati Mexico, don’t forget to request a pre-purchase inspection from a classic Maserati expert in order to check the paperwork, the body, the mechanics and the electronics thoroughly. A good expert will be able to tell you how much the car is worth and what the maintenance needs will be. It’s important to understand the functioning of the model and know exactly what you’re getting into before making a decision.
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