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What about in Canada?

And I don't see what the difference is between the S and Q4.
The Ghibli S Q4 adds rear-biased AWD. In the U.S. (and I believe Canada), one needs to order the Ghibli S Q4 in order to get the S motor (higher boost and different camshafts). Other markets can just order the Ghibli S without all-wheel-drive if desired.
 

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Hopefully this helps; in draft 2015 order guide the base package is now called Touring package
 

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Q7CU = Luxury Package $2880 for Ghibli.
Extended Premium Leather
Velour Carpets

Q7CU = Luxury package $2990 for Ghibli S Q4
Extended Premium Leather
Velour Carpets

I have the Maserati NA Ghibli price sheets for 2014 if you need them (dated August 2013)
 

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Here is the build sheet, cant wait.
Model
7578020
GH410A 14
Chassis

BLU EMOZIONE
Internal
094084272
BLACK/TAN/TAN
Carpets
094084217
NERO

Optionals

KLTH
LEATHER ON PACK
KNAV
CTP SELECTION
Q156
HIGHGLOSS CARBON TRIM
Q396
INTER. FLOOR CARPET IN VELOUR
Q4TB
BRAKE CALIPERS BLU
Q4YG
PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM
Q40J
HOME LINK
Q407
SHIFT PADD. ON STEERING COLUMN
Q5EQ
20"URANO ALLOY RIMS POLISHED
Q58B
MICA PAINT
Q7CN
PREMIUM PACKAGE
Q7CU
EXECUTIVE/LUXURY PACK
Q7K2
COMPULSORY PACKAGE
ROO1
HEADLINING AND PILLARS
094084295
BLACK
SEL1
SEATS WITH STITCHING
094084283
TAN/TAN
STL1
LEATHER STEERING WHEEL
094084213
NERO
 

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Love the idea of Blu Emozione with Blue Calipers.
I think Spsesq got that set up.
Can't wait to see it.
 

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Love the idea of Blu Emozione with Blue Calipers.
I think Spsesq got that set up.
Can't wait to see it.
I already saw it @ my dealer, its very nice ,the red give a little more sportive look to your car, but the blue should be my second choice.
Its both very nice.
 

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Me too!

I see you got the Michelin's not the Pirelli's; which did you get?


DD
 

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I had seen some of the reviews of Michelin/Bridgstone and Pirelli - like this one from Tire Rack
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp?ttid=177

Did you use the A/S plus on previous cars? They look like the best tire in dry/wet conditions but not as good as Conti Extremes for the snow like we had last year:(. If you go with the theory that 1 in 9 Winters are that bad then seems like a good choice for all seasons; so for years like IMO we have two choices - leave the baby in the garage :crying:eek:r then and only then swap to another set of rims with true all winters :D
 
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