Wednesday, March 18, 2015

2016 Mercedes-Maybach Pullman


A few weeks ago, we spent some time with the Mercedes-Maybach S600, Daimler's surprising take on a dormant nameplate that was resurrected last decade, fizzled out a several years later, and is now back with a genteel sort of vengeance.
A few weeks ago, we spent some time with the Mercedes-Maybach S600, Daimler's surprising take on a dormantWe enjoyed spending time behind the wheel as much as in the opulent rear compartment, an experience that could only be heightened in the even more grandiose Pullman iteration.
A few weeks ago, we spent some time with the Mercedes-Maybach S600, Daimler's surprising take on a dormant.
At a length of 255.9 inches, the Pullman is more than four feet longer than a Mercedes-Benz S-class; it’s also four inches taller. Daimler says the rear compartment resembles a "club lounge.
A few weeks ago, we spent some time with the Mercedes-Maybach S600, Daimler's surprising take on a dormant," In standard configuration, the Pullman comes with two chairs facing forward and two rearward-facing fold-down seats for minions accompanying the VIPs. Those extra seats can, of course, be deleted, and the possibilities for individualization are virtually endless.