I have a Picado 2AF Cypress flamenco model. I got it used for a reasonable price. While I complain about it a lot...I play a lot of other factory model guitars in the same budget or higher and always find something favorable about the Picado.
Honestly you'd be better off with the Model 60...Consider the "choice tonewoods" A bragging rights upcharge. The rosewood might be Brazilian or as the web-site says "amazonion,madagascar" etc...You get a figured back, and possibly a top with a bit more silking.
Then the Model 60...more or less is built in the same high quality way...look in the guitar, see the braces and tentelones...lot's of care.
I'm not saying the 62 is bad, I haven't personally heard it. I enjoy my Picado Cypress, it's got some sustain and okay basses. But this was not the top model, however the bracing and lightness of the instrument makes for big percussive, flamenco voiced instrument. But then comparing it a vintage Ramirez 1A...I do indeed like the Ramirez, but I also paid 1,000$ for my guitar.
I think the Model 60 would be a better buy, it puts you in the highest quality factory guitar category, at a price that isn't close enough to single luthier pricing, where it will leaving you wondering what you could have gotten.
Brazilian or figured amazon wood is more or less an aesthetic these days...Boring old Indian Rosewood, has greater consistency and less prone to crack than Brazilian woods.
Hope you join the Picado club, they are nice guitars. Rumor has it the old Taurus guitars were built in the Picado factory, so that is entirely another option, buying a vintage upper end Taurus guitar for a lot less money
I think it's important to leave tonewood bias when selecting a guitar. Look for neck comfort, and generally agreeable tonalities. One can get a real boomy canon of a guitar and realize just how fatiguing it is.
Good luck, subversively speaking...Picado,Picado,Picado...Potato, Tomato.