Maybach offering buyers a $100,000 rebate - report

If you've been holding out on buying a new Maybach, you might want to head to your dealer because the company is reportedly offering a $100,000 rebate on their wildly unpopular vehicles.

The Maybach saga is coming to a close, but it's still a tad surprising the company is reportedly offering a $100,000 (€76,250 / £62,775) rebate to anyone who buys one of their wildly unpopular vehicles.

While the discount is certainly impressive, it only lowers the base price of an entry-level Maybach 57 to $279,050 (€212,660 / £175,170). This makes it $5,950 (€4,535 / £3,735) cheaper than a Bentley Mulsanne but still $119,550 (€90,980 / £75,050)  more expensive than a Mercedes S600.

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Automaker Maybach
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Tags maybach closure, maybach collapse, maybach discount, maybach rebate, maybach sales