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Muzz's Maybach - Best Luxury Car known to man
Muzz Hafeez, 08/31/2016
2005 Maybach 57
If you can afford it buy it, not the purchase price the ownership price. I have owned a 2005 fully loaded Maybach 57 since 7/2014 and I am parting ways with it today 8/31/2016. The car was mostly reliable, however when issues did occur do not be surprised with bills exceeding $5,000.00. A new alternator is $11,000.00 just the price NOT including installation. I used this car mostly for … business purposes and closing deals on my business ventures, this car consistently blew executives and high net worth individuals away with its amenities dispute the age of the vehicle. Very high technology considering the year, however electronics were buggy during my ownership period. I would have several error codes and lights and then after some driving they would disappear but then randomly reappear mid-drive. Being driven in the vehicle provides a heaven on Earth sense of opulence unmatched by any other experience I have had. Beware of insurance, very expensive to own, operate and insure this vehicle. All in all I highly recommend this vehicle, stay ahead of the maintenance as I did during my ownership, baby the car and it will keep you cocooned in his luxurious trim. Have deep pockets for the upkeep and insurance costs, find a Mercedes expert outside of the dealership which will charge you triple the amount as a reasonable mechanic who knows what he or she is doing. I quickly stopped going to the stealership and opted for finding a Mercedes guru to take care of my vehicle. Today is one of the saddest days in vehicle ownership for me...I have to say goodbye, wife is pregnant with our first child and I simply have too many high end vehicles, this being the oldest I made the strategic decision to part ways... Goodbye Maybach, I will be repurchasing again within 5 years!!
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Edmunds has 13 Used Maybach 57s for sale near you, including a 2004 57 Sedan and a 2009 57 Sedan ranging in price from $37,995 to $99,995.
How much is the used Maybach 57?
- There are 13 used Maybach 57 vehicles for sale near you, with an average cost of $67,954.Prices for a used Maybach 57 range from a high of $99,995 to a low of $37,995. Remember that mileage and condition can affect price. Learn more about the Maybach 57
Is the used Maybach 57 a good car?
- The used Maybach 57 received an average score of 4.8 out of 5 based on 9 consumer reviews at Edmunds. If you want to learn more about the Maybach 57, read Edmunds' expert review. Learn more about the Maybach 57