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Maserati Mexico

Overview

Produced: 1966-1973, 250 produced.
Types: Coupe,2 doors,4 seats
Maserati Mexico

Maserati added its new Mexico model to its range in 1966 which effectively replaced the old Sebring model. Maserati used a combination of a shortened Quattroporte chassis and Vignale coachwork to create the Mexico, which was powered by the usual Maserati quad-cam V8 engine.

Two different V8 engines were available for the Mexico, a 260bhp 4.1 litre and also a 330bhp 4.7 litre unit. Both engines could be specified with either manual or automatic transmission. Production of the Mexico continued until 1972.

Maserati added its new Mexico model to its range in 1966 which effectively replaced the old Sebring model. Maserati used a combination of a shortened Quattroporte chassis and Vignale coachwork to create the Mexico, which was powered by the usual Maserati quad-cam V8 engine.

Two different V8 engines were available for the Mexico, a 260bhp 4.1 litre and also a 330bhp 4.7 litre unit. Both engines could be specified with either manual or automatic transmission. Production of the Mexico continued until 1972.

Engines

CapacityConfigModelBore/StrokeCR
4136ccV8 4OHCMaserati V8 QOHC88mm x 85mm
4719ccV8 4OHCMaserati V8 QOHC94mm x 85mm

Performance

Top Speed0-60SQMMPGEngine PwrComment
154 mph9.5 s0 s0 mpg0 bhp 0

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