What is the Cheapest Maybach?
is the cheapest of the two available vehicles. The sedan starts from $170,750, so "cheap" isn’t the best word to use here, but it’s not as expensive as the S650 model. The Maybach S560 4Matic is $66,000 more than the Mercedes-Benz S-Class it is based on.
What is the Sportiest Maybach?
Sporty isn’t the best word to describe a Maybach. Although both of the company’s models are very powerful, they’re also heavy and weren’t design for track use. Thus they don’t have a sporty chassis setup or race-derived technology. In this case, the sportiest Maybach is actually the quickest, a title that goes to the Mercedes-Maybach S650. This model is only a tenth-second quicker than the S560 4Matic, but it has a RWD setup, which should translate into a sportier feeling when driven hard.
What is the Most Popular Maybach?
Mercedes-Benz doesn’t publish specific Maybach sales so we don’t know for sure which of the two models is more popular. However, it’s safe to assume that the Maybach S560 4Matic moves more units because it’s more affordable, but also because it comes with an all-wheel-drive system, a popular choice among luxury car owners.
What is the Most Expensive Maybach?
The Mercedes-Maybach S650 is the most expensive model offered by the luxury division. This sedan retails from $199,900, some $29,000 more than the Maybach S560 4Matic version. This Maybach is surpassed only by AMG S65 versions of the S-Class sedan, coupé, and convertible in the entire Mercedes-Benz lineup as of 2019.
What is the Fastest Maybach?
The range-topping Mercedes-Maybach S650 is the fastest Maybach you can buy. Powered by a twin-turbo, 6.0-liter V-12, this sedan hits the pavement with 621 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. This is enough to push the massive four-door from 0 to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds. That’s a half-second quicker than the Maybach S560, which is less powerful but comes with all-wheel drive. When it comes to top speed, both sedans are electronically limited to 155 mph.
Are Maybach Cars Reliable?
Due to Maybach’s low production volume, the company’s models are rarely included in reliability surveys. However, since Maybach’s current models are actually Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedans with extra comfort features, they should be as reliable as their least expensive sibling. Mercedes-Benz isn’t as reliable as it used to be, but it scores better than their closest rivals, BMW and Audi. The company’s engines are still considered very reliable if maintained properly, while interior materials are known to last. On the flipside, Mercedes isn’t as reliable when it comes to technology. The German firm is quick to adopt new, state-of-the-art technology, but it relies on suppliers to implement it. Sometimes, these technologies come with faults that generate issues with the electrical and the entertainment systems.