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For the handful in the highest echelons, even the precision luxury of a Mercedes-Benz wasn't quite enough. This 2005 Maybach 57 was specifically developed for that discerning crowd. It's a powerful V12 machine that remains exceptionally quiet and composed to make sure it exceeds your expectations.
Mercedes made sure we all know the legend of Maybach. They resurrected the ultra-luxurious name for a distinctly styled sedan worthy of the artful badge up front. Buying a premium German machine means everything was inspected with the highest scrutiny during the labor-intensive production process. So those swoopy design lines were held to the highest standards before this car was ever allowed to see daylight. That's how the original Caspian Black can have a deep luster like they made a black mirror. It also helps that this example has averaged less than 1,300 miles annually, so it has likely spent more time at home in the garage than anywhere else in the world. Everything about this car is aimed to announce its dignified elegance. The jewel-like quality of the HID headlights; the electronically assisted soft-close doors; the subtle side trim that run the full length of car like an unbroken line - it's all pure rolling opulence.
Inside, supple leather, real wood, and the plushest carpeting are all part of the experience, and low mileage means it all still has a look that rivals day one. You have all the best in luxury, including power windows, power locks, power seats, heated seats, dual airbags, side airbags, heated steering wheel, cruise control, a power sunroof, and a premium Bose AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with satellite navigation and Bluetooth. There's even the best in safety with anti-lock brakes and 10 airbags in total. The owners of these cars are not necessarily the drivers. That's why there's a limo's worth of legroom in the rear. There's also individual seatback entertainment systems, tray tables, a refrigerator in the armrest, privacy curtains, and both rear buckets can be electronically adjusted for ideal comfort. The automatic climate control is even set for four separate zones so everyone is allowed to dial-in an individual level of comfort. Mercedes also loves this as a showpiece for thoughtful technology, including the solar panels in the roof. After all, they are going to get powered on hot days, and these are directly power the air conditioning system to keep this car cool even when parked in the hot sun.
Another reason why the Maybach is so desirable is because of what's under the hood. The 5.5-liter V12 motor is a twin turbocharged unit developed specifically for the this program. They knew that a car with this many features would be substantial, and so Mercedes engineered a powerhouse that would handle it effortlessly. In fact, this has a 0 to 60 mph time that rivaled the contemporary Porsche Boxster. But you don't want this for hot laps. Instead, the quietly dignified motor works with the adjustable air ride suspension and adaptable five-speed automatic transmission to deliver a ride that will make you forget about Rolls-Royces and Bentleys.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, service manuals, and owner's manual. There are so many more advanced luxury features that you really need to fully experience it to understand the thoughtfulness that goes into a car built only for the elite few. Call today!!!
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