1989 Maserati Spyder zagota spyder 2.8 fuel injected from North America


Sleeper Exotic Convertible with rarity and high build quality and excellent performance


The seat seude wears easily, nothing else, but normal maintenance. Convertible top wears quickly if you are not careful opening and closing.

Windshields tend to de-laminate on these.

General Comments:

Beautiful exotic convertible with only 138 imported in the USA from 1989-1991. Excellent performance, nice interior, highly recommend these cars for the cheap money you buy one for. I do prefer coupes for high speed driving, but these are sweet cars on winding roads.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 10th April, 2007

20th Jun 2009, 13:14

This is a beautiful collector's dream car! Love the speed feeling. Rare to find on the road. Need to take good care for the baby!

20th Apr 2011, 22:48

I regret selling my 1989 Maserati Spyder Zagato. White with tan leather. I've had many sports cars, and this one is the one I truly miss. It was a reliable high performance car. Reliable, because, I drive it the way it is intended to be driven. High rpm and don't think about the gas. Just drive it with verve and it'll reward you with the great pleasure of power, and of course, the ladies. That's right... the ladies is the biggest rewards. Stop at Starbucks and ladies comes out to greet you, waiting for the green light and ladies roll down their windows and asked my name and telephone number. Park at the beach and a sexy two piece bikini lady is in my spyder already without saying a word. Now, that's REWARD!!!

I sold it because my new girl back then said, NO MORE extra!

7th Dec 2016, 05:12

There's no words to describe how excited I am. I just bought a 1989 Maserati Biturbo Spyder, just how you described, white outside and light tan inside, in the most perfect condition you can ever imagine, with only 30k miles. It's like going back to the past, and it runs like new. I've had it for a month already and haven't had any problems. I haven't seen another one with 10 out of 10 perfection like the one I have, and the best thing was man who sold it to me was a very old man who just didn't want it anymore, and you wouldn't believe that he sold it to me for $3000.00.

2003 Maserati Spyder GT 4L V8 from North America


Super extravaganza


Nothing runs ever so good.

General Comments:

I love this car. I just love the thrill I get from the ride of this car. It just gushes through the wind. I just wonder why it was so cheap. I got a nice color which is blue. It runs like a cheetah. I wish had not got rid of my Infinity. It was beautiful.

I wonder what cars can compete with the Maserati. It's a nice car that seems to be a cheap Ferrari.

I love taking the girls in it for a spin. They scream like crazy.

The girls during the summer go crazy about my car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 19th April, 2004

9th Dec 2004, 06:05

You don't really have a maserati do you.

12th Dec 2004, 20:05

This car was not cheap, $110,000 is not cheap. But for the price I paid for it, its worth it living in Hollywood, with an upgraded Miada (spyder). Its more expensive and it's a great a car. Buts its pretty much a Miata. Let alone the extra horsepower and the luxurious over view of it.

1985 Maserati Spyder 2.5 BiTurbo from UK and Ireland


Nice interior, don't buy one if you need to go anywhere


Air con never worked.

Work needed to maintain the car - brake discs, exhaust, other such routine things came to about £4000 a year.

General Comments:

Very tail happy for such a slow car - breakaway is sudden, difficult to catch.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 30th January, 2001

8th Dec 2003, 06:41

I believe you when indicating that it's a pig to maintain and unreliable, that's what I keep reading about the Biturbo generation. But slow...? I've been in one once and no, it just isn't. 0-100 kph in 6,5 seconds is quick enough for me!

26th Apr 2006, 02:52

£4000 a year... You could almost have gotten a new one for that money. Must have been a total lemon. I've kept a 228 for 8 years, and averaged £1000 a year including replacing exhaust for stainless, new catalytic converters, totally refurbished original wheels, changing the timing belt, repainted hood etc.

1986 Maserati Spyder 2.5L twin turbo from North America


This Maserati has gone through hell and is still kicking


The fan relay failed, causing the motor to overheat, which warped the heads, resulting in my having to rebuild the engine.

Alternator, horn, and front shocks have had to be replaced.

Passenger door is starting to show significant rust.

The windshield needs to be replaced because the laminate is spliting.

Fuel filters were full of rust.

General Comments:

This car was very badly neglected by its previous owner(s). In spite of that, the car still ran for over a year before giving up the ghost (which was partly my fault for not paying attention to the temperature gauge).

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th September, 2000

2nd Feb 2012, 17:45

My friend has a 1986 Maserati Zagato, with 26K on it. It has been sitting in a barn since 1989. It is red in color and tan interior. What is the car worth in today's market?

Thanks, Kenny.