2010 Maybach Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Maybach offered a wide range of models for sale in 2010. Among their seven luxury offerings is the classic Maybach 57. A luxury vehicle in every sense of the world, the 2010 57 boasts classic Maybach design and stylings on the interior and exterior. It's a full-size sedan with a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V12 engine. This powerful engine provides 543 horsepower and 664lbs per foot of torque. It has a 5-speed automatic transmission, AIRMATIC dual control suspension, and sensotronic brake control. The basics of the 57 remain the same from 2009, except for a few small design tweaks (including larger side mirrors) and updated color/finish options. Other 2010 Maybach models include the 57 Zeppelin, 57S, 62, 62 Zeppelin, 62S, and Landaulet. The Zeppelin models feature extra engine performance with 631 horsepower and 739lbs per foot of torque while the S models feature a sportier overall design.
2010 Maybach models
57
$368,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$368,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
57 Zeppelin
$458,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$458,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
57S
$408,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$408,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
62
$419,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$419,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
62 Zeppelin
$509,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$509,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
62S
$459,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$459,250
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
Landaulet
$1,382,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
$1,382,750
MSRP
13 MPG
COMBINED
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