2009 Maybach Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Maybach has produced ultra-luxury vehicles since 1909, creating exotic sedans throughout recent decades. Owned by Mercedez-Benz since 1997, this brand is synonymous sophistication that rivals Rolls-Royce and Bentley. The Landaulet is their premium 2009 model, featuring a retractable soft-top roof controlled via power button and twin-turbocharged with a water intercooling system. Boasting a 6.0-liter V12 engine capable of 604 horsepower, the Landaulet offers raw power with the finest in driver and passenger comfort. Standard features for 2009 include the ESO Electronic Stability program and ASR acceleration skid control to provide owners with a smooth ride. Airmatic Dual Control air suspension on the 11-spoke 20-inch wheels adds to this experience. While Maybach's 57 model didn't see any notable changes for the 2009 rollout, 62 models could now be upgraded to a twin-turbo 6.0-liter engine. Folding tables and window curtains remained for this model year, showing off the level of luxury found in Maybach cars.
2009 Maybach models
57
$360,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$360,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
57s
$400,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$400,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
62
$411,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$411,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
62s
$451,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$451,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
Landaulet
$1,382,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$1,382,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
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