Maserati ghibli

Manufactured from 1992 - 1998

Average Values: $20,000 - $30,000

Why We Love Them

The Gandini-styled Ghibli (whose successor is once again back in dealerships) was effectively the last in a long line of renamed and restyled Biturbo cars. This means most of the mechanical issues had been sorted even though the Biturbo engines remained in the form of 2.0-liter and 2.8-liter V6s. All of that aside, the Ghiblis offered sporty handling, a luxurious interior, plenty of power and a stylish (for the early '90s) exterior. Just a little over 2,200 were made during the six-year production run. (borrowed from https://autoweek.com/article/classic-cars/coolest-25-year-old-cars-you-can-import-united-states-2017)