MBZ S600 Maybach

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        MBZ S600 Maybach

2016 MERCEDES-MAYBACH S600
FINISHED IN OBSIDIAN BLACK METALLIC OVER NUT BROWN / BLACK EXCLUSIVE NAPPA LEATHER INTERIOR.
THIS MAYBACH COMES EQUIPPED WITH:
523 HORSEPOWER 6.0L BITURBO V127-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WITH SHIFT PADDLES
19-INCH MULTISPOKE WHEELSMAGIC SKY CONTROLBLACK NAPPA HEADLINERBURL WALNUT WOOD TRIMKEYLESS-GO WITH HANDS-FREE ACCESSBURMESTER HIGH-END 3D SURROUND SOUND
PLUS ALL BOOKS, KEYS AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT.
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Even though the new Mercedes-Maybach S600 is shorter than the old Maybach 57, and thus far more maneuverable, it offers more room in the rear passenger compartment. The launch event for the press was designed so we could spend ample time back there, since this is how many customers will experience the car. Both rear seats recline like business-class seats on an aircraft, and together with extending footrests, they make it easy to work, watch a movie, or simply fall asleep. Daimler claims it offers the quietest rear passenger compartment of any car in production. We believe it. However, we also think that Daimler needs to take a hard look at the rear-seat entertainment system, which is slow and fiddly.
Powered by the familiar 6.0-liter twin-turbo V-12, a 36-valve engine rated at 523 horsepower and 612 lb-ft of torque, the Mercedes-Maybach accelerates with alacrity. The company claims a 0-to-60-mph time of 5.0 seconds. Keep pressing the pedal, and a feeling that reasonably approximates a corporate jet at takeoff continues up to the 155-mph limiter.
There is no mistaking that this is a large car, yet the driving experience is hardly different from that of a regular S-class. Our test car was equipped with an air suspension that reacts to camera-scanned road-surface data. Mercedes-Benz has refined this system to a remarkable level since our experience with a prototype, and it is quite apt at recognizing speed bumps.

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