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How can I find the paint code for my Maserati?
Getting your Maserati paint code will guarantee you get a perfect manufacturer’s match on the paint you buy. It means you can repair your paintwork safe in the knowledge that you’re getting the best paint on the market.
Finding your Maserati color code is simple regardless of whether you drive a Maserati Quattroporte or a Maserati SUV. To find it:
- Go to the front of your Maserati
- Open the hood
- Check close to the firewall on the left-hand side
Sometimes the manufacturer’s tag can be missing from the firewall. If this is the case, you have a few different options:
- Use our online Maserati paint code finder, which only requires a few simple details to identify the correct color code.
- Give our office a call on 971-770-2372 and speak to a member of staff who can help you. Our office times are 8:00 am till 2:00 pm PST from Monday to Saturday.
- Or contact us via our email address at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com.
How to find out what color your Maserati is
The name of the color won’t be written next to the paint code. Each code means something different, and it’s important to know what to look for.
Maserati color codes are usually three numbers long, but they can sometimes have a trailing letter. Also, older models may have six-digit numbers. Maserati paint codes are configured the same, so it won’t matter whether you drive a Maserati Ghibli or a Maserati Granturismo.
The numbers above represent Maserati Grigio Maratea; another example is 406, which means Maserati Blu Emozione.
The Maserati manufacturers tag has a lot of information on it. You can find the color code located on the right-hand side of the label underneath the bar code. It is usually written next to the “PAINT” heading.
Maserati: What do you know
Maserati is one of the oldest car companies globally, and it was founded over a hundred years ago in 1914 by the Maserati family. The company was run by six brothers who initially built cars for another manufacturer but started up their own company once other makers went bust.
The company’s iconic logo is based on Neptune’s Fountain, situated in a square in Bologna. Despite their early days in Bologna, the company has now shifted its operations to Modena. As with several car companies operating during that period, the First World War disrupted its operations. The running of it was left down to Ernesto while his brothers went to war.