2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S-Model 4Matic Estate

Coming from a family with a history of Mercedes-Benz ownership spanning decades, it pains me to admit that few vehicles in the 2015 lineup impress me. Apart from the Geländewagen and AMG GT, the one car which stands out in the lineup is the car we see here: the E63 AMG S-Model Estate. Mercedes is on its third generation of bonkers AMG-tuned wagons, with this latest all-wheel drive beast cranking out 577 horsepower from the twin-turbo V8. That makes this five-door good for a sprint to 60 mph in under four seconds. A bit ridiculous for a family hauler, no? However, if you’re in a real hurry for that quart of milk…

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Year: 2014
Model: E63 AMG S-Model Estate
Engine: 5.5 liter biturbo V8
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 7,300 mi
Price: $109,900 Buy It Now


-Designo Magno Alanite Grey (Matte Finish)
-Keyless Go
-Sirius XM
-Full LED Headlamp w/Active Curve Illumination
-Carbon Fiber Trim
-19″ AMG 10 Spoke Wheels in Black
-Bang & Olufsen Sound
-Wheel Locking Bolts
-Rear Side Airbags
-AMG Parking Assist w/Surround View Camera System
-XPEL Clear Bra Protection (Full Front)

Driver Assistance Package:
-Distronic Plus w/Steering Assist
-Active Blind Spot Assist
-Active Lane Keeping Assist
-BAS Plus w/Cross Traffic Assist
-PRE-SAFE Plus w/Pedestrian Recognition
-Original MSRP $120,405.00

One owner car, comes complete with all owner’s manual, spare keys, original window sticker and is all original, accident free condition.

Autoweek Review: http://autoweek.com/article/car-reviews/2014-mercedes-benz-e63-amg-s-model-4matic-wagon-review-notes

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Of all the E-class AMG estates, my favorite had to be the W211 E55 AMG, with it’s supercharged 5.5 liter V8. That preference aside, time moves on, and now one can have their all-weather cake and eat it too with this V8 hauler. Depreciation is steep on these AMG estates, but we’ve seen earlier generation E55 and E63s in good condition stabilize around the $30,000 to $35,000 territory on average. At over $100,000, this is steep for a pre-owned vehicle, but you’ll be buying into a limited club with a rabid following. With all-wheel drive and exclusivity, why settle for your average SUV?


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  1. And yet the exclusivity is destroyed (with MB’s blessing) when it shares the same black and patterned wheels as literally every other 1998 Camry on the road — the ones with the fenders hanging off. Google 98 Camry and we can all have a laugh at the fact that that car is truly afflicted with the black wheel scourge. Matte (bbq re-finisher spray can — $5) or gloss, your choice! Or, do the truly free method and just take off the hubcaps and reveal those steel wheels. They were probably black all along. Bonus points if the Camry is baby poo brown, as is often the case. Brown and black go swell.

  2. Brad is spot on— this car is really going to look dated in a couple years with the black wheels and matte finish. Make mine gloss silver with standard finish wheels, please

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