Have you ever pondered how to come across as a sophisticated individual who is nevertheless capable of letting loose when the occasion calls it? Mercedes-Benz had the exact same thought. As a result, they create marvels such as the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63, a vehicle that embodies luxury and athleticism. This remarkable car is based on the E-Class sedan but takes performance and style to a whole new level. You'll find a wealth of high-tech features to elevate, delivering heart-pounding performance and razor-sharp handling. All while keeping you in absolute comfort. This stunning example of the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 bears just over 48,500 miles on its clock. So, take your chance on this AMG and become a part of Mercedes renowned legacy.
The German luxury automobile maker Mercedes-Benz is considered one of the top three best-selling luxury car manufacturers alongside BMW and Audi. Mercedes-Benz has been in the automotive industry since 1883 in various forms and names. Starting in 1953, Mercedes-Benz has been producing a luxurious executive car called the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The E-Class is considered the best-selling model with over 13 million sold by 2015. The E-Class designation came into being in the 60s. Currently, in its fifth generation, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is still a much sought-after vehicle for its craftsmanship and quality. Up for grabs is a 2020 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Sedan with just 31,000 miles on the clock and ready for a new owner.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG is a high-performance luxury sedan and part of the E-Class lineup. As the top-of-the-line AMG version in its class, the E63 has plenty to live up to, and the German automaker took no shortcuts in the development of this machine. Over four years, Mercedes cooked up 1,200 prototypes and drove 12 million kilometers in harsh conditions before they finally shook their head in agreement that the car was up to par. Now combine all that engineering with a long-standing history in racing, and you get a vehicle that strikes a perfect balance. This specific car is an example of that balance and is currently up for sale.
Car ownership as a petrolhead can be quite costly; you need a daily to get the family around and a track car for the weekend to get your adrenaline rush. But what if you didn't need two cars? This 2016 Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S 4MATIC answers all your problems; with four doors, performance that raises eyebrows, and just a reported 41,750 miles on the clock, it's time you stop browsing and drive off in this German powerhouse today.
The solid and dependable E-Class has served as a practical Germanic way of getting about over the years, but what if you were to inject some AMG performance into the mixture? What would be the result? This 2019 Mercedes-AMG E63 we have today can answer that question. With a reported 13,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage autobahn legend can be yours for performance-infused practical car ownership.
As we grow, so do our priorities, performance and speed turns to practicality and comfort. While many automotive brands cater to the latter, very few cars blend all those factors and provide customers with comfort that rivals high end luxury brands and have the power to scare performance cars. Very few cars, until you’ve set your eyes on this 2020 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4MATIC that we have today. With a reported 24,321 miles on the clock this is German performance, practicality, and luxury in one precision package.
An E-Class or a 5-Series. Those are the choices for purveyors of top-shelf German executive cars. Yes, Audi, Volvo and even Volkswagen have offerings in the segment, as does Porsche, but these two stalwarts are considered a cut above the rest in the minds of the majority. The E-Class lineage dates back to 1993, with the E-Class nomenclature entering the scene forty years later. This 2016 Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG 4MATIC is from the fourth generation of the E-Class badged models, and comes to you with 31,300 miles on the clock. Fettled by Mercedes-Benz performance maestros AMG, it’s the most potent of the range.
Mercedes-Benz’ long-running E-Class is a fine example of the quintessential Teutonic German sedan. This executive car class offering has its origins since 1953, but the E-Class nameplate only appeared on the facelifted W124 in 1993. Currently on its fifth generation, the W213 E-Class can be had with, you guessed it, a banzai AMG variant, which is what this 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon represents. AMG was absorbed by Mercedes-Benz some years ago, and their models are now known as Mercedes-AMG, which is a fitting tribute to one of the finest tuner companies out there. This car sports just 1,275 miles on the clock, making it a brand-new vehicle that you can buy right now – no waiting lists to content with! What are you waiting for?
Growing up means sacrifice. Speed and fun now equate to practicality and safety, But what if you didn't have to sacrifice all those fun times when you have to be practical? Mercedes-Benz and their lineup of fast wagons rise to the occasion. With performance figures that would scare a lot of supercar owners as well as practicality that can go somewhat match the typical MPV, you see all around. If you are the type of person that likes to tackle those tight corners and then take your kids to school in comfort and safety this 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class AMG E63 S Wagon we have today sure fits the bill well. Located in Florida and with a reported 42,700 miles on the clock, this can be your way of enjoying a practical performance at its peak.
Present in the Mercedes lineup since 1953, the E-Class is categorized as a mid-range vehicle and is the second most technologically advanced option after the executive flagship, the S-Class. Pricing placement of the E-Class, along with the many options that came with it, made it the best-selling Benz of all time. The fifth-generation W213 E-Class was released in 2016. However, in typical Benz fashion, there had to be a version that was designed for the bold and daring, and that is the E63 AMG. This 2021 Mercedes-Benz E63S AMG 4MATIC RENNtech is designed to burn rubber and carve up tracks. Up for sale in South Carolina, this example has an extensive list of upgrades and just 2,100 miles on the clock.
Originally manufactured exclusively as a range of executive cars, the E-Class first made its debut in 1953 and has been marketed worldwide across five generations. The generation of E-class featured here today started reaching owners in 2017. At the time, it was the most technologically advanced E that Merc had ever produced. The fifth-generation was a great success, winning multiple plaudits from automotive publications. This specific example, which is available in California, is the high-performance E63 AMG S Edition 1, and more specifically, the S213 station wagon. It’s ideal for enthusiasts who enjoy the perfect blend of excitement, practicality, and luxury, while the exclusive Edition 1 Package P88 (only available in the first production year) was a $22,000 option when new.