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post #16 of 42 Old 10-07-2015, 09:52 PM
 
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Hello everyone,

I recently discovered that Maserati USA will email you a PDF of your original window sticker if you email them and ask for it.

The will ask for proof of ownership so I just scanned and emailed them a copy of my insurance card. They also wanted to know the date I purchased the car and how many miles were on it at the time of purchase.

Please email them at MaseratiNA@fcagroup.com and be patient, they will respond within a few days.

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Good Day Chris,

Thank you for your insight into this process. I just sent in the request for the window sticker for the Maserati (and from reading the responses, I think I have included everything I need. I will be more than happy to share the results!

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EPA Fuel Economy Estimates

Did anybody notice that the estimated annual fuel cost was $2,088 based on 15000 miles at $49.00 per gallon?

Using this "data" and the estimated "42 miles per gallon on the highway", I come up with an annual fuel cost of $17,499.86 but since most of my driving is in the city at 10mpg it really will cost me $73,500 per year for gas. Is this why some Maserati people say " if you have to ask, you can't afford it"?



"These estimates reflect new EPA methods beginning with 2008 models." Ah, that explains everything---especially for a 2005 car.

Oh well, it's nice to have the "factory sticker" anyway
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If you can't afford $17k in fuel per year, then this simply isn't the car for you. Thank god I got a 30 mpg car to offset that!

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EPA Fuel Economy Estimates

Did anybody notice that the estimated annual fuel cost was $2,088 based on 15000 miles at $49.00 per gallon?

Using this "data" and the estimated "42 miles per gallon on the highway", I come up with an annual fuel cost of $17,499.86 but since most of my driving is in the city at 10mpg it really will cost me $73,500 per year for gas. Is this why some Maserati people say " if you have to ask, you can't afford it"?



"These estimates reflect new EPA methods beginning with 2008 models." Ah, that explains everything---especially for a 2005 car.

Oh well, it's nice to have the "factory sticker" anyway

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Thanks Chris, I emailed them the info and sure enough they emailed the PDF image of the window sticker a few days later....outstanding!
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EPA Fuel Economy Estimates

Did anybody notice that the estimated annual fuel cost was $2,088 based on 15000 miles at $49.00 per gallon?

Using this "data" and the estimated "42 miles per gallon on the highway", I come up with an annual fuel cost of $17,499.86 but since most of my driving is in the city at 10mpg it really will cost me $73,500 per year for gas. Is this why some Maserati people say " if you have to ask, you can't afford it"?



"These estimates reflect new EPA methods beginning with 2008 models." Ah, that explains everything---especially for a 2005 car.

Oh well, it's nice to have the "factory sticker" anyway
My 06 seems to get better mileage at 12&19 vs 11&17 and even though the cost is calculated the same for 15,000 miles at $49.00/gal, it still costs more to drive at $2401 vs $1846/year.

The only conclusion I can come up with is that they are just making sh!t up as they go

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I'm glad everyone is having so much success with the process! Thanks for sharing your results and positive feedback!

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Thank you for the info. I just sent in my request!

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2 Day process and I got mine!
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Thanks! Got mine today. Quite the option list, I like the 'other options' at over $7000
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Thanks! Got mine today. Quite the option list, I like the 'other options' at over $7000
I also like the charge for chromed roll bars and separate charge for roll bar color choice.

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"Other options" $7,230? what were they?

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"Other options" $7,230? what were they?
So, I have the full list of options from the Maserati vehicle database system (actually I think its posted earlier in this thread).

What it looks like is the window sticker can only display 13 options and then everything else is lumped as other. The 13 on my window sticker match the top 13 on the full list. Additional options are (I have a 2005 options price list (CDN) so have listed that price FYI, but will add up to more than $7300 I expect):

SOFT CAPOTE COLOUR (cant see listed)
STC1 STITCHING $291.00
STW1 STEERING $319.00
SUSP SKYHOOK SUSPENSION $3224.00
TRIM INTERIOR TRIMMING COLOUR -
TYPP PIRELLI TYRES -
VNTG VINTAGE PACK $3885.00
WIND WINDSTOP $578.00
XENO XENON FRONT LIGHTS $1626.00

So the bulk of the extra is really skyhook, vintage and xenon.

Base price of 2005 shows a huge increase over 2004!
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$3800 for vintage pack? What is it? Side vents, blue dash dials and aluminum pedals?

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$3800 for vintage pack? What is it? Side vents, blue dash dials and aluminum pedals?
Well, funny thing is if you look at the window sticker for my car then it lists the pedals separately at $395. My car has the regular dials.

Of course the side vents do add at least 50BHP

I think the wheels may have been part of the pack?
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I forgot about the horsepower boost.
Why do we love these cars so much? Can't explain it but one thing I know, it's irrational.

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