Unchanged for 2009, the Maybach 62 ultra-luxury sedan is longer and has more interior volume than the 57 model, making it more suitable as a chauffeur-driven car. The rear-wheel-drive Maybach 62 standard features highlight a 5.5L V12 engine that pumps out 543 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, paired to a five-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, and can achieve 0-60 mph in 5.4 seconds, while top speed is 155 mph. Opportunities bound to customize the Maybach 62 with optional features, such as three-across rear seating, a glass partition and intercom and specific paint colors and interior trim. Also notable is the optional Business Package, which converts the sedan into an executive suite on wheels, including a dual-port wireless Internet router, Bluetooth capability and a multipurpose rear storage area. Since the Maybach 62 is intended to have a chauffeur up front, special attention has been take to provide exquisite ride quality. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 10 mpg city/16 mpg hwy. Standard safety equipment complements the car's superior features.Read more Read less
There aren't many changes in the Maybach sedan (or saloon, as they call it) lineup. The 62 is still a long-wheelbase version of the 57, and there are still sportier S versions of each model. Two champagne flutes still come standard, as does a rear refrigerator.
Understated ultra-luxury; truly top-of-the-line comfort, ride, and power; impeccable appointments include champagne flutes and perfume atomizer
When you're talking about a Maybach, you're not really talking about value. With models starting at $350,750, these cars are about luxury. The base 57 and 62 have V12 5.5L twin-turbo engines that can be upgraded to a 6.0L twin-turbo in the S models. Either way, the chauffeur can pilot a Maybach from 0-60 in less than 6 seconds. Fuel economy is 11 mpg city, 16 mpg highway. Folding tables and fabric window curtains are the kinds of standard equipment a Maybach owner can expect for his or her money.