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2009 Mercedes-Benz E63 Estate

I give a lot of credit to Mercedes-Benz for their willingness to let a select group of US buyers special order the last generation E class AMG wagon. The E55, introduced in 2005, featured the 5.5 supercharged AMG V8 that cranked out 469 horsepower. With the phasing out of the 5.5 liter supercharged engine, it made way for the E63, which brought us a family estate with over 500 horsepower.

These are rather unique cars, as only a few hundred were sold new. This 2009 E63 represents the last year for the W211 AMG estate.

2009 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Estate on AutoTrader

CARFAX Certified one owner. The most rare car on the road, only two for sale in the whole United States for 2009. 507 HP, black on black, leather seats. Third row seating. Low miles. Navigation, Harman-Kardan Sound System, Xenon lights, all service completed. This E63 is immaculate. It is powered by a 6.2L 507 HP engine. No dents, scratches, non-smoker.

Multi-Zone A/C, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Heated Driver Seat, Heated Passenger Seat, Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror, Adjustable Lumbar Support, Power Door Locks, Heated Power Mirrors, Variable, Rain and Speed Sensing Wipers.

The seller’s description in this ad was so bad that I had to massively edit it for the site. If it’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s dealers that try and sell unique cars like this and try and pass them off as your usual ex-rental Corolla. Also, I’d like to know how the Mercedes emblem on the tailgate was broken (there’s no ring around the three pointed star). All in all, a car of this stature deserves of a better presentation. With issues like these, it makes me wonder what else could have happened in this car’s past. When you spend this kind of money for a used car, you’ve just got to get it right.



  1. AlwaysFixing
    AlwaysFixing November 8, 2011

    I think buying a flagship car like this from a used car dealer would be a mistake. Instead, I’d be looking for an original owner car, with a binder of service records, and membership in a car club.

    If they don’t care enough to fix the emblem, it’s probably not been loved.

  2. Larry
    Larry November 9, 2011

    Note: some folks intentionally “revised” the 3-pointed star emblem to delete the circle. Apparently, it’s a style thing, but I don’t get it.

  3. Larry
    Larry November 9, 2011

    The seller’s description and staging are big demerits here also. You can’t find a better backdrop for your $55K Mercedes AMG than an abandoned factory?!?

    That said, I wish I had enough disposable income to buy one of these. What an amazing wagon! Too bad BMW and Audi left their M5 Touring and RS6 Avant back in Europe…

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