You don't think about buying a Maserati luxury SUV, then worry too much about the cost of running it. Still, if you're interested, for the base 2.0-litre GT, the Italian brand quotes a combined cycle fuel figure of between 30.7 and 32.4mpg; and a 198g/km of CO2 figure. The 2.0-litre Modena model is WLTP-rated at up to 32.1mpg and 199g/km. The V6 Trofeo variant is rated at 25.2mpg and 254g/km.
Now that the Levante has established Maserati as an SUV maker, the used market should be quite comfortable when the time comes to sell this Grecale. As a result, residual values should be strong thanks to the car's relative rarity. And the 2.0-litres engine is a proven Alfa Romeo-derived unit, so is unlikely to cause any issues.
The all-electric Grecale Folgore gets a 105kWh battery pack, so should offer a decent driving range, but it runs on a 400V electrical system, so won't charge as quickly as the 800V system used by some segment rivals, the Kia EV6 GT for instance. It charges at 150kW, which means you'll be able to top up from 20-80% in 29 minutes, or add 62 miles of range in 9 minutes.
Whatever Grecale you decide upon, it'll come with a three year unlimited mileage warranty - better than Audi's three year / 60,000 mile package but comparable to what you'd get from rivals at Porsche, BMW and Mercedes. Service intervals are every year or every 12,500 miles, whichever comes first.