Maybach 62

The Maybach 62 is an ultra-luxury high-performance sedan that is intended to be chauffeur-driven. It is nearly identical to the Maybach 57, but its longer wheelbase provides more interior space for rear passengers.The Maybach 62 is available in two trims: base and S. The base model is equipped with…


2012 Maybach 62
MSRP: $427,700 - $467,600
2011 Maybach 62
MSRP: $423,500 - $463,000
2010 Maybach 62
MSRP: $417,000 - $506,500
2009 Maybach 62
MSRP: $409,000 - $448,500
2008 Maybach 62
MSRP: $391,500 - $431,000
2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600

Has Daimler's Ultralux Brand Gone From Overpriced To High Value?

Mercedes-Benz is relaunching its failed Maybach ultra-luxury division – sort of. This 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 inaugurates a new sub-brand with a suddenly reasonable-sounding price tag. We drive it and let you know if it still feels like big money.
These cars are headed to the Great Crusher In The Sky

It happens every year. We bid adieu to some cars and trucks that will be missed, and say good riddance to others wondering how they stayed around so long. Whether they're being killed off for slow sales or due to a new product coming along to replace them, the list of vehicles being discontinued after 2012 is surprisingly long and diverse.
Postmortem: Maybach meets its maker

Why Daimler's Ultra-Luxe Brand Couldn't Compete With Bentley And Rolls
"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.