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How are the Maserati Grecale and Levante Different?

2023 Maserati Grecale front profile

The automotive industry as a whole is undergoing a foundational shift as more hybrid and electric vehicle options are landing in dealership showrooms. Maserati of Ottawa customers are eagerly waiting for the automaker’s first hybrid model, the 2023 Maserati Grecale, to arrive. Certainly, our product experts have been out in front of the hybrid SUV’s release, educating as many people as possible about it. The Grecale will be joining the existing Levante as an SUV stablemate. Let’s take a look at how the Maserati Grecale and Maserati Levante are different.

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Grecale Vs. Levante Performance Specs

The most obvious difference between the two Maserati crossover SUVs is the kind of engine technology each one employs. The new 2023 Grecale (GT and Modena) is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine that is also attached to a series of electric motors, which enhances performance and efficiency. On the other hand, the 2022 Levante is only powered by traditional gasoline engines. 

There is a hybrid version of the Levante available, but it has not been released to the North American market. Check out a brief comparison of the two Maserati SUVs basic performance specs.

Levante (GT and Modena) Grecale (GT and Modena)
Engine Twin-turbo, 3.0-L, 4-Cyl. Twin-turbo, 3.0-L, 6-Cyl Hybrid
Horsepower GT: 345
Modena: 424
GT: 296
Modena: 325
Torque (lb.-ft.) GT: 369
Modena: 428
GT: 332
Modena: 332
0-100 km/h (sec.) GT: 6.0
Modena: 5.2
GT: 5.3
Modena: 5.6

Which Maserati SUV Has More Cargo Room?

Both the Maserati Grecale and Maserati Levante are on the compact end of the SUV spectrum. Maserati of Ottawa customers interested in either platform will be getting a nimble and high-performing vehicle. Comparing the two Maserati SUVs, the Levante is slightly bigger than its newest sibling, offering 580 litres (20.5 cu.-ft.) behind the rear seats and up to 1,625 litres  (57.4 cu.-ft) of cargo volume when the rear seats are folded down. On the other hand, the Grecale is a little smaller than that with a little more than 535 litres (18.9 cubic-feet) of cargo volume.

We expect the Maserati Grecale to arrive this fall and the Maserati Levante is available right now. Learn more about either vehicle, make an appointment with a Maserati of Ottawa product expert today.