Scanning our Facebook page the other day, I came across a rather amusing comment in response to our LS1 powered M coupe: “haul a** much?” Well, that would certainly apply to this five-door specimen, the E63 AMG Estate. What seems an improbable creation to be sold in the US market has now been with us through a few generations, proving this cult car does have some staying power amongst the enthusiasts. And when a company like Cadillac all of a sudden decided to drop a V8 bomb in their CTS wagon, well, you know you are on to something. For sale at a Porsche dealer outside of Washington DC, this one is doing its best to blend in with a shade of burgundy.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Estate on eBay
Model: E63 AMG Estate
Engine: 6.3 liter V8
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 70,360 mi
Price: $34,998 Buy It Now
E63 AMG, NAVIGATION GPS NAV, MOON ROOF, CLEAN CAR FAX. NO ACCIDENTS, ONE OWNER, RECENT PORSCHE OF ARLINGTON TRADE-IN, LEATHER, HEATED SEATS, MEMORY SEATS, WARRANTY INCLUDED. PASSES VA STATE INSPECTION, VENTILATED SEATS, HARMAN KARDON AUDIO. Don’t pay too much for the beautiful wagon you want. Come on down and take a look at this great-looking 2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. This superb Mercedes-Benz is one of the most sought after used vehicles on the market because it NEVER lets owners down. New Car Test Drive said it “…redefined its traditional best seller with loads of new technology, a sensuously athletic new look and more youthful, vigorous driving dynamics…” CONTACT OUR KNOWLEDGEABLE SALES STAFF TO SET UP YOUR TEST DRIVE TODAY!
I had to laugh when I saw the floor mats just strewn about in the cargo bay. Would it take that much more time to clean the mats and put them in their proper place? I never understood the practice of dealers throwing the mats in the trunk. Much like the BMW E91 Tourings with the 6-speed manual, the AMG E-class estates are garnering strong prices in the market. This one is probably a tad overpriced, considering the mileage and color combination, but then again, there’s a limited number of these fast-five doors that were produced. I think the market for these rare beasts is steadily being determined.