And just like a Ferrari the motor is sourced from they spend more time in the shop than on the road. I know someone who has one from time to time, well when the shop doesnt. Quattroporte that is.I like it because the engine is called "Corsocorta." You have to figure that anytime the engine has a cool Italian name, it's going to be a very cool vehicle.
Then again, a lady at work here bought a Maserati "Quattroporte." I thought the name had something to do with the fuel system (like four-port injection); only to find it's "Four-Door." Who in hell names their $120k car "Four-Door?" What's next, a Ferarri "VanitoMiniero?"