MAYBACH 62 ROAD TEST MERCEDES MAYBACH 62 CAR REVIEW TEST DRIVE AND COMPARISON OF MAYBACH 62 LUXURY SEDAN

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Maybach 62

Madison, CT. (July 8, 2002)– The ultimate in automobile elegance has been resurrected, as the 2003 Maybach 62 is ready to reclaim its stance among those with the highest standards of luxury motoring once again.

The Maybach lineage traces back to around 1905, and its history is closely intertwined with its sister company, Mercedes-Benz. In fact, both of the cars were manufactured with the help of the other. The first Maybach was built on the basis of a Mercedes chassis, and the first ever Mercedes was actually built by Wilhelm Maybach, after which the Maybach line was named.

The Maybach 62 is offered by Mercedes, though it is not officially under the MB name.

The body of the new Maybach combines looks that hint towards a Benz-type front end with a classy grill and hood ornament. The seemingly stretched body then flows lengthwise into a seam-hidden rear with more of a futuristic look than the nose. Overall, the body looks noticeably long- much longer than a 7-series BMW.

In fact, the Maybach 62 is almost 40 inches longer that the BMW 740i, totaling in about 240 inches in length!

Inside, the Maybach welcomes its occupants into what seems more like a fancy living room than the inside of a car. Drivers are invited into a brilliant Grand nappa leather cockpit with a console and dash that can easily challenge the most elegant interiors. Behind the driver, the rear-seated passengers have enough room to stretch their legs, literally.

The back seats of the Maybach fully recline, allowing riders the ultimate in relaxation. The recliners can also employ built-in back massagers as well. Along with the reclining, massaging rear seats, both rear passengers have access to folding tables that allow any work to be completed during the ride, and have use of the Maybach specific ambient lighting. Still, the Maybach 62 offers its riders more features.

A DVD player and a six-disc CD changer are available for entertainment-minded riders, and two telephone systems and a refrigerator compartment that holds a champagne bottle in place are available at the touch of a button.

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If the list of impressive characteristics stopped above, the new Maybach would earn its reputation as a high-class luxury car in due time. The 62 is not just a luxury car though. Under the hood sits a twin turbo-charged 550 horsepower V12 just waiting for the chance to unleash its power upon the roads.

A monstrous 660 lb-ft. of torque demand that the Maybach not only represent the highest standards of the luxury automobile crowd, but that it also meets and exceeds those of the sport crowd. Bolted the 5.5-liter engine is a 5-speed automatic Mercedes transmission that shifts smoothly and effortlessly, thus limiting and disruptions in the comfort of the ride. The V12 engine and tranny combine to bring the car from 0-100 km/h in 5.4 seconds.

Obviously, the 2003 Maybach 62 is a car that drivers should not expect to see on the roads daily, as it represents a pinnacle of high end luxury/performance automobiles. If Maybach’s main competitors are the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley, it meets and quite possibly exceeds their standards of ride, performance, and expectations.

For more data or pictures, fans can visit www.maybach.ru, among other sites as well.

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