Maserati Biturbo Tyres
1986 Maserati Biturbo
Maserati Biturbo 1981–1994
- The Maserati Biturbo and Biturbo II Coupe fitted 195/60 R 14 radial tyres. The tyre we recommend is the 195/60 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A.
- The Maserati Biturbo S, Biturbo 430 saloon, and the Biturbo Spyders on 14" wheels fitted 205/55 R 14 radial tyres. We recommend fitting 195/60 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A tyres onto these cars too.
- The Maserati Biturbo 425 fitted 205/60 R 14 radial tyres. The tyre we recommend for this model is the 205/60R14 Galaxy Formula X.
- The Maserati Biturbo Spyders on 15" wheels and the Maserati Biturbo Coupe Karif fitted 205/50 R 15 on the front and 225/50 R 15 on the rear.
- For the front tyres we recommend fitting the 205/50 VR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO P7. For the rear we recommend fitting a 225/50 VR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO P7.
- The Biturbo 222E fitted 205/50 R 15 on both front and rear.
Maserati Biturbo Recommended Tyres
Other Options for Maserati Biturbo Tyres
Maserati Biturbo Tyre Pressures
|Model||Front (Psi)||Rear (Psi)|
|Biturbo II Coupe||29||29|
|Biturbo Coupe Karif||32||33|
|Biturbo 430 Saloon||32||33|
|Biturbo Spyder (14" Wheels)||26||26|
|Biturbo Spyder (15" Wheels)||26||26|
History of the Maserati Biturbo
The Maserati Biturbo was brought to market in 1981 as a design intended to be more affordable in comparison to the Bora and Khamsin that were produced under Citroen. The company now under the ownership of Alejandro de Tomaso wanted to bring the prestige of the Maserati name to a wider audience with a more affordable model. The cars were powered with 2-litre V6 engines with the name implied twin turbochargers. The idea initially paid off with sales of around 40,000 units. Sales fell in subsequent years as Biturbo faced issues down the line and gained a reputation for poor quality and carburettor issues that were later resolved with fuel injection models. De Tomaso later sold the marque to Fiat, pitting it alongside Ferrari. The car has faced a slight reprisal in recent years as a powerful affordable classic.