Quattroporte Sport GTS 2012
Opinions differ, but in the end things wear out with use and things on Maserati’s tend to be expensive. So I would go for a lower mileage car that has a full service history so you can see what was done, where and when. Then I’d still get it checked over by an expert before committing as before you know it you could be in for a couple grand of work. Check for rust on the subframe, disks and pads as these are expensive, clutch if applicable. Also check for sticky buttons (plenty of posts about that here) as replacing very expensive and fixing tedious and/or expensive and success not necessarily guarantee if you do it yourself. The cars in general are solid and the engine strong. If you find a good one you won’t regret it!