1972 was the last year of production for the Maserati Mexico, which was a 2+2 luxurious GT, based on the chassis of the Quattroporte but using a shorter wheelbase. The model was introduced in 1966 and production started in 1967. Most of the cars were built during the early years as the four-seater Maserati Indy offered a more popular alternative from 1968. When introduced, the Maserati Mexico boasted a 4.7-liter V8, and the manufacturer came out with a 4.2-liter version soon after. The smaller engine made the car more accessible and was in tune with customer needs. The first Mexico models featured Borrani wire wheels, while later models boasting the smaller engine unit featured steel disc wheels. Luxurious options could be ordered such as an automatic transmission or power steering, while electric windows, air-conditioning, and an elegant wooden dashboard came standard.
Only 485 units of Maserati Mexico were made, 175 of which were fitted with the 4.7-liter V8 and the other 305 with the 4.2-liter unit. Finding the perfect 1972 Maserati Mexico can be a hassle and The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to assist you in your research. The team has a lot of contacts with sellers worldwide, and are knowledgeable about the value and availabilities of all classic Maseratis. The experts will work with you to define what the perfect car is for you, whether it’s a pristine condition model or one that needs some work. Taking into consideration your budget, it’s always recommended to acquire an automobile in the best possible shape, to avoid surprises with costly and time-consuming service needs.
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