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Someone on Ferrarichat posted a link with Maserati 4200 production numbers. The Spyder is alot rarer than the coupe. Also Spyder 6 speed GT's are super rare as many have said with only 574 being made, along with GranSport Spyder Cambiocorsa's with 472 being made. Variant special editions are the rarest. Almost 14,000 4200 were made in total with almost 9000 being coupes. I would guess over 75% of the Spyders were sent to North America based on dealer numbers.

Funny thing I noticed for perspective. The 4200 is rarer than the Ferrari 360 and 430!!


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This is always something that surprises many people... Quite a few of the F360 / F430 cars were made but all in all, not too many of the modern Maserati's in the world!. Of course that is changing soon with the new Ghibli. However several Maserati's including the coupe and quite rare comparatively.

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Here is the production list including all 4200's and also the earlier turbo 3200's that only came as a coupe.


 

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More detailed production info.
I emailed MaseratiNA a couple of months ago and received this.
I asked for:
How many Coupe GT's were imported to the U.S? (and by year if possible)
How many in Rosso Bologna
Any additional breakdown of options per year etc.

I received the following...sorry about the format, when I cut and pasted it changed the layout. My fellow Maseratilife members should be able to figure it out.


Thank you for contacting Maserati North America, Inc.



I actually have that information for you as someone requested it just the other day.



These are USA numbers and Global sales numbers:


As requested!




MNA RETAILS

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007


COUPE/GRANSPORT

350

509

506

371

499

89


GRANTURISMO

0

0

0

0

0

197


SPYDER

490

456

276

172

192

57


TOTAL

840

965

782

543

691

343




GLOBAL RETAILS

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007


COUPE/GRANSPORT

2151

1963

1947

1345

1526

632


GRANTURISMO

1326


SPYDER

1417

937

575

344

433

146


TOTAL

3568

2900

2522

1689

1959

2104






If there is anything else you need please feel free to write in!



Kind regards,



Cheryl ~ Case Manager, Maserati North America, Inc. | Customer Care Representative
 

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Follow up:

I nicely asked them to try again ( more specific info ) as this was still pretty broad.

I also pointed out that a Gran Tourismo isn't the Coupe GT, but rather a completely different model.
Those numbers are Calendar year I'm sure, not model year, thus some CC's and GT's sold in 2007.

This was the follow up response...Hallelujah!
I didn't get all the detail I wanted but I did find out just how rare our car is. 1 of 13 for 2002-2006 in Rosso Bologna (GT)!

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I have one of our analysts attempting to get you more information from the factory in Italy. He was able to come up with a bit more information on his own and it is:




"About a 10% take rate on Manual transmission for the total Coupe / Duo Select variants (pretty rare!)

About 5% Coupe GTs in the USA were finished in Rosso Bologna (1 of 13). I do not have the global number."



Kind regards, and I will update when I have more to tell you! Thank you for your patience.
end quote.
So when I add up the numbers, I get 2324 imported to the U.S.
They mention the 10% take rate... but that was probably just among Coupes...PRIOR to 2005 when the Gransports were introduced. So since they didn't break down the split of 05 and 06 Coupe GT's, Coupe CC'c, and Gransport's it's still a little vague.

In addition, if you own a Gransport Spyder, was that then put in the Spyder numbers or the Gransport?

The numbers for our car jibe BTW. 10% of 2324 would be (around) 232
5% of that would be 11.6 produced (call it 13)
13 produced...WOW.
Maybe, why I've NEVER seen another for sale, in pics, etc in the last 3 1/2 years! We bought ours 2 1/2 years ago.
That 232 number, is, once again probably high.

They gave me the 13 number. Most of everything else is percentages. I don't follow why they have to be so secretive.

Hope you all find this informative.
 

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Interesting stuff. I think we are getting a good picture now. These are pretty rare cars with the 6 speed manuals being really rare. Safe to say all manuals are not Gransports as they were all CC's. I guess the one to get is the Gransport if you want a CC. If you want a manual the 2005 GT's were the most updated, but I like the early cars looks, with the Spyder GT looking the best of them all in my opinion followed closely by the Gransport Spyder. Never liked the side windows on the coupe very much.


Follow up:

I nicely asked them to try again ( more specific info ) as this was still pretty broad.

I also pointed out that a Gran Tourismo isn't the Coupe GT, but rather a completely different model.
Those numbers are Calendar year I'm sure, not model year, thus some CC's and GT's sold in 2007.

This was the follow up response...Hallelujah!
I didn't get all the detail I wanted but I did find out just how rare our car is. 1 of 13 for 2002-2006 in Rosso Bologna (GT)!

quote:
I have one of our analysts attempting to get you more information from the factory in Italy. He was able to come up with a bit more information on his own and it is:




"About a 10% take rate on Manual transmission for the total Coupe / Duo Select variants (pretty rare!)

About 5% Coupe GTs in the USA were finished in Rosso Bologna (1 of 13). I do not have the global number."



Kind regards, and I will update when I have more to tell you! Thank you for your patience.
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So when I add up the numbers, I get 2324 imported to the U.S.
They mention the 10% take rate... but that was probably just among Coupes...PRIOR to 2005 when the Gransports were introduced. So since they didn't break down the split of 05 and 06 Coupe GT's, Coupe CC'c, and Gransport's it's still a little vague.

In addition, if you own a Gransport Spyder, was that then put in the Spyder numbers or the Gransport?

The numbers for our car jibe BTW. 10% of 2324 would be (around) 232
5% of that would be 11.6 produced (call it 13)
13 produced...WOW.
Maybe, why I've NEVER seen another for sale, in pics, etc in the last 3 1/2 years! We bought ours 2 1/2 years ago.
That 232 number, is, once again probably high.

They gave me the 13 number. Most of everything else is percentages. I don't follow why they have to be so secretive.

Hope you all find this informative.
 

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Received an email confirmation from Maserati NA that only 53 2004 Coupe GT were sold in North America. Really rare here in North America for sure.
 

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I have an 04 Coupe GT and mines a vintage pack too. I wonder how many of those there are.
Let us know if you find out. I emailed Maserati NA and per them, they can't disclose this particular information.
 

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Great info! Thank you for sharing. I have a mint '02 Spyder 6 speed GT. Always wondered how many were made and sold in North America. I think I will shoot MaseratiNA an e-mail.
 

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This is the stats here in North America for the 2004 year.
CP CORSA - 477
CP GT – 53
SP CORSA - 272
SP GT – 48
 

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you need to add in the 90th anniversary coupe 2004 from Australia, the rarest
That's a Variant special edition based on a GS?? I saw a blue one posted on Ferrarichat by some guy I think in Sydney.

How many did they make?
 

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you need to add in the 90th anniversary coupe 2004 from Australia, the rarest
I'm not sure there is such a car, many times people think they own a limited edition, been throught this countless times. If there is any onfo about such a car let me know, we can contact Maserati Classiche directly and find out.

All data is from Maserati Classiche
M138
Coupè Cambiocorsa: 5371
Coupè Manual: 1078
Spyder Cambiocorsa: 3134
Spyder Manual: 574
Spyder 90th Ann.: 181
GranSport Coupè: 2432
GranSport Spyder: 472
GranSport MC Victory: 181
 

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I read somewhere in this forum that the European models of the Coupe CC serial numbers are odd numbers and north american models are even numbers (wish I could find the thread). Can somebody confirm this? The reason I'm wondering is that I am looking for a 2005-2006 Coupe CC in the US to bring up to Canada. I can import the US models but not the European models that have been brought over to US and modified (referred to as "Gray Market") to meet US regulations. I really don't want to buy something to find out that it is gray market and not allowed into Canada.
Any feedback would be much appreciated.
 
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