2010 Maybach 62
$417,000 - $506,500

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Maybach 62

  • Although the front seats are plenty comfortable, the best place to sit in a Maybach 62 is the backseat. It's a twin bucket arrangement with a console in between that houses a DVD player and a separate CD changer for use in the back, and it even has a refrigerated compartment. Each rear seat offers a wide range of adjustments, and a soft nubuck-upholstered, feather-stuffed pillow is attached to the front of each head restraint.

    - Edmunds.com
  • An outrageously long list of standard amenities includes front massaging seats, power door closers, fully reclining rear seats with a refrigerator built into the center console, power side-window curtains and no less than 10 airbags.

    - Forbes

What reviewers liked least about the Maybach 62

  • We're almost certain fuel economy isn't a big concern for Maybach owners but the 62 is rated at 12 miles per gallon in the city and 17 on the highway.

    - Edmunds.com

Maybach 62 Comparisons

  • The Bentley is roughly half the price of a Maybach, but the Maybach easily offers more in terms of luxury appointments.

    - Edmunds.com

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