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Top 6 Supercars That Cost Around $100,000


Maserati 4200
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Ever dreamt of yourself driving a supercar? We’ve all been there. But for most of us, owning a supercar only stays a mere dream as those escalating price tags are unlikely to ever come under our budget. It’s almost as if those manufacturers don’t even think about the commoners while creating these cars. It’s pretty unfair for people on tight budgets, don’t you think?

Sad already? Well we’re not to make things worse for you. It’s time to cheer up now ‘cause in this article, we’ll introduce you to the Top 6 most affordable supercars – all of which are priced around the $100,000 range!
So buckle up!

6. Maserati 4200

Price: $32000
One of the most well-renowned supercars in the world, the Maserati has two versions; namely the Spyder and Coupé, both of which are commonly termed the 4200 GT. This term stems from the name of the previous model, and is also a reference to the boost in engine displacement from 3.2 L to 4.2 L the Maserati received with these two installments.

The Maserati Spyder was the first one to break onto the mainstream scene with its public unveiling at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 2001.

The Coupé was soon to follow, debuting at the Detroit Auto Show in 2002. Both supercars were released to the markets the same year, with the Spyder being made available in March, while the Coupé in May.

With the release of these two supercars, Maserati finally returned to the North American automobile market after a long hiatus spanning over 11 years. Almost immediately after its introduction, the Spyder was given the title of the Best GT of 2001 by Forbes.

Both the versions of Maserati 4200 GT were engineered by ItalDesign’s mastermind, Giorgetto Giugiaro. The well renowned automobile designer was also the brain behind the manufacturing of Masaerti Ghibli as well as the Maserati Bora.

The interiors design of these vehicles was conceptualized by Enrico Fumia 4and mainly based on the interiors of the 1999 3200 GT. Both the supercars were manufactured in Modena, Italy at the Viale Ciro Menotti plant which has been the birthplace of several other masterpieces of the automobile industry.

Given all of these facts and specifications, it only makes it certain that the Maserati 4200 GT is one prized possession. Fortunately, you can get your hands on a 2001-2007 manufactured 4200 for as low as $32,000. Quite a bargain, isn’t it?

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