Used Mercedes E63 AMG For Sale
The 2016 Mercedes-AMG E63 for sale comes equipped with a handcrafted twin-turbo V8 delivering an astonishing 577 horsepower. The engine is mated to a seven-speed AMG Speedshift MCT transmission. The luxury sedan is also equipped with multiple AMG features, including adaptive sport suspension, sport exhaust, high-performance braking system, and a limited-slip differential. All in all, the new E63 S seems to be built for the automotive enthusiast who wants a luxurious and spirited drive. Some additional options for it include the AMG carbon-ceramic braking system, lane tracking package and the driver assistance package.
The E63 S Wagon is similarly equipped to the Sedan. The Wagon comes with 14-way power front sport seats, easy-fold rear seats, an active multi-contour driver’s seat and many other interior luxuries for driver and passengers. This wagon will not only put you back in your seat but can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds. That’s quite impressive considering it weighs in at over 4,600 pounds. Additional features for the Wagon include the roof rack basic carrier, cargo box and heated rear seats to keep the kids toasty on a cold winter day.
When you take a peek at the top of Mercedes-Benz’s E-class model range, you'll find exactly what you were hoping to wake up and drive every morning. The Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S 4MATIC Sedan is the flagship of AMG's new S series. All of the optional AMG performance content is now standard, yielding 577 horsepower and 590 foot-pounds to a revised 4Matic AWD system, meaning 60 mph arrives in less than four seconds. The ability to overtake purpose-built race cars is blended with state-of-the-art safety and technology. Inside the cabin is a sport-oriented sight of luxury. Buyers that don’t opt for the carbon-fiber interior trim are given three choices of handcrafted wood. Nappa leather covers 14-way adjustable front seats and machined aluminum controls are pleasing to the touch. For the discerning driver, a Designo interior offers tailor-made exotic packages for leather and wood. These examples of old-world craftsmanship and civility are punctuated by three controls of the AMG Drive Unit. Dialing in the correct combination of transmission, suspension and traction control unleashes one of the fastest sedans ever built.
Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon
Behold the world's most powerful station wagon: the Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon. All of the benefits of a station wagon fuse together with a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine with an output of 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. A 0 to 60 acceleration speed of a mere 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 180 MPH are all equally astonishing for a car that the vast majority of the world associates with the unfortunate wood-paneled varieties of the 1980’s. The E63, however, is making strides in proving that station wagons can be as mighty as any of their competitors with an exterior configuration that is equally pleasing.
The Mercedes-AMG E63 S comes in the form of a sedan and a wagon. Under the hood of both bodies lies a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. Beefed up with 603 ponies and 627 pound-foot of torque, its modest and sophisticated looks are deceiving. Both the sedan and the wagon fly from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under 3.5 seconds and can climb to 188 miles per hour without hesitation. The E63 S models are equipped with all-wheel-drive, a drift mode that activates rear-wheel drive and a Sport+ drive setting. When left in all-wheel drive, the handling and speed of the E63 S are unmatched. The option to switch to rear-wheel drive is an enthralling concept for serious drivers, while the Sport+ mode presents improved steering, slowed body roll and enhanced stiffening. Drivers are also treated to a host of other settings, which include Active Steering Assist, Active Lane Change Assist and Active Lane Keep Assist.
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