The Maico MC 400/4 is a car which appeared in May 1956. It was the first four-seater sedan the brand made and was produced until October 1956. The successor was the almost identical, but more powerful Maico MC 500/4, which appeared in June 1956.


The two-door sedan could seat four people.


The cars had a wheelbase of 202 cm and a track of 120 cm at the front and 115 cm at the rear. The overall vehicle length is 342 cm, the width is 147 cm and the vehicle height is 139.5 cm. With a curb weight of 585 kg, the maximum permissible weight is 880 kg.


The water-cooled two-cylinder two stroke engine of Heinkel had a displacement of 396 cm³ and produced ​​11 kW. It was mounted in the rear of the vehicle and was mated to a four-speed transmission. The top speed was 95 km/h and fuel consumption was reported to be 6 litres per 100 km.

Price and quantity

The price for a new car was 3490 DM. Between May 1956 and October 1956, 21 cars were made.