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Lot 104

2020   |   Scottsdale 2020

2009 Maybach 62

SOLD $140,000

Estimate

$160,000 - $180,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

WDBVG78J19A002496

Car Highlights

One Owner Until 2019
Outfitted with Numerous Options for a $463,280 MSRP
Less than 15,000 Miles from New, with Recent Inspection and Service
Rare and Desirable Factory Partition Wall with Intercom Package
Includes Maybach Headphones, Tool Kit, Battery Tender, and Original Window Sticker

Technical Specs

5,513 CC SOHC V-12 Engine
Multi-Point Fuel Injection
Twin Intercooled Turbochargers
543 BHP at 5,250 RPM
5-Speed Adaptive Automatic Transmission
4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS
4-Wheel Air Suspension with AIRMATIC Variable Ride Height and Electronically Controlled Dampers
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The luxurious Maybach 62 was a high-performance sedan created by Mercedes- Benz for the privileged few who desired the most powerful and opulently appointed means of conveyance and had the means to pay for it. It was nearly identical to the Maybach 57, but its 17.2" longer wheelbase provided cavernous interior space for rear passengers. With a 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 engine rated at 543 hp and 664 lb./ft. of torque, a weekend jaunt from Munich to Saint-Tropez could be expedited in private, quiet, reclined comfort.

Until 2019, this elegant sedan remained with its original owner, a real estate executive who used it sparingly, accumulating less than 15,000 miles since new. Finished splendidly in Caspian Black with Maui Pearl Nappa leather, the original cost of such luxury was $409,000; however, a number of factory options added to the price of this Maybach, including the partition wall with Intercom package for over $30,000, as well as the glass sunroof with solar panel package for $15,000. Additionally, this Maybach is optioned with rear window curtains; heated, active, ventilated front seats; and active, ventilated rear seats, bringing the total price listed on the window sticker to a not insignificant $463,280. This remarkable automobile is one of just 66 Maybachs imported to the US for the 2009 model year, and possessed nearly every luxury amenity imaginable when constructed. From any seat, this long-wheelbase, high-speed touring machine is an absolute delight to experience.