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If there is a defect in the clutch, Maserati should replace it under warranty, no questions asked. (they did this with my noisy clutch - there was talk of a bad batch but the explanation given to me was 'uneven wear')

But if it is just worn and slipping I would think not. However, if the wear is premature, I think you have an argument for it being covered.

The issue is what is the definition of premature. 10,000 miles on a QP (which defaults to auto mode) doesn't sound hugely premature to me, unless you use manual sport every time you drive the car.

Some people get up to 20-25,000 on coupes but most people seem to replace them in the 15,000-20,000 mile range, at least based on the comments here.
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