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Maserati’s upcoming entry-level SUV range has been priced for Australia ahead of its arrival in the first quarter of next year.

The 2023 Maserati Grecale range opens at $109,500 before on-road costs for the base GT, with the mid-range Modena priced at $128,000 before on-roads and the flagship Trofeo at $165,000 list.

That slots it between the related Alfa Romeo Stelvio ($80,950 to $158,000), with which it shares its Giorgio platform, and the larger Maserati Levante ($145,000 to $300,000).

Like the Stelvio, the standard engine is a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, though the Grecale features a 48V mild-hybrid system and outputs of 221kW of power and 450Nm of torque – up 15kW and 50Nm on the base Stelvio Veloce.

The mid-range Modena gets slightly more power (242kW), while the flagship Trofeo features a detuned version of the 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6 from the MC20 supercar.

It produces 390kW of power and 620Nm of torque, up 15kW and 20Nm on the twin-turbo 2.9-litre V6 in the Stelvio Quadrifoglio albeit with an identical 3.8-second 0-100km/h time.

The Grecale now not only gives buyers a more affordable entry point into Maserati ownership, but also gives the brand a direct rival to the likes of the BMW X3 and Porsche Macan.

Due around 12 months after the petrol Grecale’s launch, the upcoming, all-electric Grecale Folgore will give the brand a rival for the BMW iX3 and the upcoming Porsche Macan EV.

It’ll offer a 400V electrical system, a 105kWh battery, and up to 800Nm of torque sent to all four wheels.


  • 2023 Maserati Grecale GT: $109,500
  • 2023 Maserati Grecale Modena: $128,000
  • 2023 Maserati Grecale Trofeo: $165,000

All prices exclude on-road costs.


The 2023 Maserati Grecale is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine with a 48V mild-hybrid system in GT and Modena guise.

The GT produces 221kW of power and 450Nm of torque, while the Modena produces 242kW and 450Nm.

The Grecale Trofeo is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 producing 390kW and 620Nm.

All models feature an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.

Claimed 0-100km/h times are 5.6 seconds for the GT, 5.3 seconds for the Modena, and 3.8 seconds for the Trofeo.


While ADR fuel economy figures aren’t yet available, European combined cycle fuel economy ratings put the GT at between 8.7 and 9.2 litres per 100km, the Modena at 8.8 to 9.3 litres per 100km, and the Trofeo at 11.2 litres per 100km.

All models have a 64L fuel tank.


The 2023 Maserati Grecale measures 4846mm long as a GT, 4847mm as a Modena, and 4859mm as a Trofeo.

It’s 2163mm wide including the side mirrors, or 1948mm wide without them as a GT and 1979mm for the Modena and GT.

It’s 1659mm tall as a Trofeo, 1667mm tall as a Modena, and 1670mm tall as a GT.

All models ride a 2901mm wheelbase.

Boot capacity is 535L in the GT and Modena and 570L in the Trofeo.

Servicing and Warranty

Maserati hasn’t published servicing information yet.

It backs its cars with a three-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.


The Maserati Grecale has yet to be rated by ANCAP or Euro NCAP.

Standard safety equipment includes:

  • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop/go
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Lane-keep assist
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Driver fatigue monitoring

Standard Equipment

Maserati has yet to release a full spec list for the Grecale range, however it has outlined some of the inclusions. We’ll update this section when more information becomes available.

The GT gets:

  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • Sonus Faber premium sound system
  • 8.8-inch lower display

The Modena gets:

  • 20-inch alloy wheels
  • Mechanical rear limited-slip differential
  • Active shocks

The Trofeo gets:

  • Electronic rear limited-slip differential
  • Air suspension
  • 21-inch alloy wheels
  • Brembo brakes
  • Corsa drive mode

Maserati says it’ll “allow a pre-set level of personalisation” across all three variants with optional Comfort, Cold Weather, Handling, Tech Assistance and Nerissimo Packs.

The company also offers customisation of trim and exterior colours through its Fuoriserie program.


Available colours include:

  • Rosso Granturismo – Fuoriserie
  • Grigio Cangiante – Fuoriserie
  • Giallo Corse
  • Grigio Lava
  • Grigio Lava opaco
  • Blu Intenso
  • Blu Nobile
  • Nero Tempesta
  • Bianco
  • Bianco Astro

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William Stopford

William Stopford is an automotive journalist based in Brisbane, Australia. William is a Business/Journalism graduate from the Queensland University of Technology who loves to travel, briefly lived in the US, and has a particular interest in the American car industry.

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