Well, this is certainly one way to stick out. What we are looking at today is a Mercedes-AMG C63 S Edition 1 … edition. What exactly does that mean? It is a C63 S AMG coupe with Mango Selenite matte grey paint, some different bodywork, and a whole lot of yellow accents everywhere. If you do not like yellow, this is not your car. Performance improvement over the standard car? Nah. This is just about extra flash. Truth be told, the C63 S is already extremely impressive with 503 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque good for a 0-60 time in under four seconds. You know what that means. Bring your wallet.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2017 Mercedes-Benz C63S AMG Edition 1 on eBay
Model: C63 S Edition 1 Coupe
Engine: Twin-Turbocharged 4.0 liter V8
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 284 mi
Location: Wheeling, West Virginia
Price: $114,000 Buy It Now
Only 284 original miles. Pristine, showroom condition. No exceptions.
Selling my 2017 C63 S AMG Edition 1. I purchased this car as an addition to my european car collection as it is limited. 2017 was the last production year w/ a V8 engine. This Edition 1 pretty much has every option that was available. Stored indoors in a climate controlled warehouse year-round. I am selling for personal reasons.
Notable options include (not all will be listed):
– Designo Selenite Grey Magno (Matte). Inspired by the 2016 MB DTM racing colors.
– AMG Carbon Ceramic Front Brakes
– AMG Dynamic Engine Mounts
– AMG Dynamic Exhaust
– AMG Aerodynamic Front Splitter
– AMG Spoiler
– AMG Ride Control Sport Suspension
– AMG Electronic Limited Slip Rear Differential
– AMG Night Package with Chrome
– P97 Edition 1: 19″ Front/20″ Rear Forged Black Twin 5-Spoke Wheels (Matte)
– R01 High Performance Tires
– AMG Dynamic Select with Race Mode
– AMG Performance Diamond Stitched Dynamica Racing Bucket Seats (Nappa Leather)
– AMG Performance Steering Wheel w/ Dinamica Alcántara
– AMG Instrument Cluster
– International Watch Company Yellow Accent Dial Watch
– Floor Mats with Yellow AMG Contrast Stitching
– H77 Matte Carbon Fiber Trim & Inlays
– AMG Illuminated Yellow Door Sills
– COMAND w/Navigation and Voice Control
– 8.4″ Touch High-Resolution Screen
– Blind Spot Assist
– Attention Assist
– Collision Prevention Assist
– Adaptive Highbeam Assist
I just don’t get stuff like this. Even as a person who is under 40 years of age, this does not appeal to me at all. I understand the buying demographic for the C-Class trends lower, but strange racing stripes that vaguely pay tribute to a DTM car that no one except the most hardcore racing fans know about is a real stretch to retail buyers. The saving grace on this car is the powertrain and those beefy (and expensive) carbon-ceramic brakes, but everything else is a very hard pass for me.
This one seems like it was put away as an “investment” with just under 300 miles, and now it has an asking price way over its original sticker at $114,000. I believe these had a sticker price of over $90,000, so factoring in the inflation, taxes, and whatever else it took to keep this car, that $114,000 probably isn’t much of a profit at all. In terms of value today, I think it would be very tough pill to swallow to claim this was a good deal.