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As I have recently got rid of my BMW Z4M I'm on the market for a Maserati Coupe. The prices here in Europe are starting from 35000 EUR (approx. 46 000 USD) for '03 CC. This money would buy me a GS in the US (well, maybe should add a couple of k, which is not an issue here).

So the reasonable thing to do seems to import a GS from the States and I'm therefore very interested in differences between EURO and US models apart from the obvious stuff (dials in miles, not in kilometers; radio sequences).

Thanks in advance
 

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The US version has 2 sets of cats, the others just 1.
 

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Hi!

As I have recently got rid of my BMW Z4M I'm on the market for a Maserati Coupe. The prices here in Europe are starting from 35000 EUR (approx. 46 000 USD) for '03 CC. This money would buy me a GS in the US (well, maybe should add a couple of k, which is not an issue here).

So the reasonable thing to do seems to import a GS from the States and I'm therefore very interested in differences between EURO and US models apart from the obvious stuff (dials in miles, not in kilometers; radio sequences).

Thanks in advance
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Importing from US to Europe

Dont bother! You will have to pay tax and shipping and change speedo, recalibrate lights etc..works out too expensive and I believe will void warranty issues. Shipping by crate is the only answer as shippinggoes as the shipping workers will totally and I mean totally destroy your car. This happened recently with someone shippingcar to US from Europe.

BTW my car has 4 cats (2 precats and 2 normal cats). 4200 cc

Importing within Europe is another matter and much simpler unless you talk about East European countries.

Resale values for imported cars are terrible in UK and many dealers will not want to Know.
 
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