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2007 Maybach 57 Review and Pictures

Summary
2007 Maybach 57 is a luxury sedan that can seat five passengers. It has four doors.

Price
MSRP: US$335,500
Invoice: Not Listed

What is New in 2007 Maybach 57?
There are no specific overall changes to 2007 Maybach 57 model. However, you can customize your car and therefore every model could have new additions.

Introduction
2007 Maybach 57 is overtly luxurious with most modern features, design, and style. Yet, it does not create exclusive visual impact.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
2007 Maybach 57 is available in single trim of Sedan. You can include any options you wish to have in your car in your chosen model.

Powertrains and Performance
2007 Maybach 57 offers standard 543hp 5.5-liter V12 turbo engine with five-speed automatic transmission and overdrive. It delivers 12-mpg in city and 17-mpg on highway.

Interior Design and Special Features
Interiors are exorbitantly luxurious. Features include separate air-conditioning systems for front and rear passengers, rear passengers can control their environment through button-laden center console, workstation tables for rear-seat passengers, reclining rear seatback, and detailed leather and wooden styles on seats.

Safety Features
Standard safety measures include stability and traction control systems, front and side airbags for passengers in front and rear and side curtain airbags.

Driving Impressions
Powerful engines help maneuver huge weight of these vehicles. Driving is a pleasure.

Pros
Powerful engines, luxurious interiors

Cons
Too expensive and too heavy

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  • Puneeth

    You have to understand what the insurance considers replacement value. Many times, an insurance company will use the Kelly Blue Book value of a car for the year of the car in question. In your case, they will look up a 2003 Honda Passport and the value will show $15,000. What this means is technically you should be able to find a 2003 Honda Passport for sale for $15,000. The one catch in using blue book value is some companies use the Wholesale (sell it yourself) price and some use retail (dealer bought) price.

    Their is a big difference on these 2 values and if you are forced to get your car through a dealer, then you will lose money.Honestly, after such an accident, I would be more worried about your husband’s health right now and the car later. Keep all your medical receipts as more health insurance companies won’t pay a claim due to a car accident. When you are both feeling up to it, check on-line to see what 2003 Honda passports are available and at what price; if you can’t get close to the price of the 2003 model, fight it with the v company. The value they throw at you is one they hope you will settle on. I fought one recently and got $1600 more than their first offer.Good luck.