This 2004 Maybach 62 was sold new in San Diego and was produced during the brand’s revival by parent company Mercedes-Benz in the early 2000s. The current owner purchased the car in 2014, and it has resided in Los Angeles since. The Maybach 62 and the smaller 57 were based on the contemporary Mercedes S-Class, though they existed as standalone models intended to compete with the Rolls Royce Phantom. This example is finished in black over tan leather and is powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.5L V12 paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Features include power reclining rear seats, an electroluminescent roof panel, fitted champagne flutes, a set of Maybach monogrammed cushions and umbrellas, rear tray tables, extensive burl wood trim, and much more. This Maybach is now being offered a VMI report, clean Carfax and a clean California title.
The exterior is finished in black, which is contrasted by silver alloy wheels and chrome trim on the beltline and window surrounds. The 20″ wheels are fitted with Continental Extreme Contact DWS tires, and the front brakes feature two calipers per rotor to help cope with the 3-ton curb weight. The seller notes that some chips and marks are present from regular use, including a pair of scratches on the left rear quarter, small scuffs on the left rear bumper, and other small scratches elsewhere on the car.
The 150″ wheelbase is 28.5″ longer than the period long-wheelbase Mercedes S-Class. Overall length is 242.5,” or just over 20.’
The cabin is trimmed in tan leather with burlwood veneers on the dash, center tunnel, and doors. Additional wood trim is present in the Maybach when compared to the S-Class, including large burlwood inserts on the doors, mirror blanks, and control panel for the overhead lighting. COMAND navigation and infotainment is shared with other Mercedes-Benz models. The driver’s master power window switch was recently replaced, and there is some looseness in one of the driver’s door pockets. 62k miles are shown.The long wheelbase affords 57.2″ of legroom to rear seat passengers, who are also provided with a reclining power adjustable seat, powered curtains for each rear window, folding tray tables, and a set of polished champagne flutes which mount in dedicated holders. A small stain is present on one of the curtains, and some minor squeaks are audible if the radio is not playing. The roof incorporates an electroluminescent panel, which can be set anywhere from opaque to clear. An analogue clock, thermometer, and speedometer are mounted in the headliner for rear seat passengers.
The seller has been testing the interior features and reports that everything he has utilized is working, including the A/C, interior power features, and instruments. A video demonstration of many items can be seen below.
The twin-turbocharged M285 V12 was factory rated at 543 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 5-speed AMG Speedshift automatic transmission. The most recent service included the replacement of both brake pressure reservoirs, the brake fluid, and pressure testing and bleeding the brake system. The invoice for this service is attached in the gallery, and service records are available for the last two years.
The Carfax shows history in California from new. The car has had two owners, not the four indicated by the Carfax report. Consistent service and mileage updates are shown since new.
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|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||WDBVG78J04A000778||Mileage:||62,000|