A green spanner on the dashboard suggested that the Maserati needed workshop care
A little green spanner has appeared on the GranTurismo’s dashboard display this month, suggesting that it would like me to call my local dealer and book it in for some TLC.
I’m gutted. Not at the prospect of having another bill to pay, but because the first service was my secret trigger-point to move the GranTurismo on and get into something else. Oh, heck. So soon? To be continued…
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|Date acquired||December 2007|
|Costs this month||£0|
|Mileage this month||1640|
|MPG this month||22.3|Visit/news/20376/scuderia-cameron-glickenhaus-004s-order-books-open-for-674bhp-three-seater
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