2019 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe

While it seems like the majority of the world has switched to SUVs in order to haul around as much empty air as possible, I’m here to cheer on the legacy of the full-size touring coupe. Especially those from Mercedes-AMG. Make no mistake, Mercedes wouldn’t produce these cars if there wasn’t a market for them, especially when the base S550 coupe started at well over $100,000. That number got even crazier when you consider the S65 AMG coupe started at $242,000 without options and regularly sold well north of $250,000.

Today, we have the younger brother S63 AMG coupe with the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 with 603 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Starting price? $170,000. A real bargain considering these go face-to-face with the Bentley Continental GT and even the Rolls-Royce Wraith. That’s even true if they are still listed for around sticker price like this one up for sale in Texas is.

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Year: 2019
Model: S63 AMG Coupe
VIN: WDDXJ8JB6KA036577
Engine: Twin-Turbocharged 4.0 liter V8
Transmission: 9-speed automatic
Mileage: 15,556 mi
Location: Addison, Texas
Price: $159,900 Buy It Now

Obsidian Black Metallic 2019 Mercedes-Benz S-Class S 63 AMG 4MATIC 9-Speed Automatic 4.0L V8 4MATIC, Saddle Brown/Black w/Exclusive Nappa Leather Upholstery, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC, AMG Exclusive Floor Mats, AMG Nappa Lthr/DINAMICA Performance Steering Wheel, AMG Red-Painted Brake Calipers, Black DINAMICA Headliner, designo Black Piano Lacquer Wood Trim, designo Exclusive Nappa Leather Upholstery, DISTRONIC PLUS w/Steering Assist, Driver Assistance Package, Driver Assistance Package Plus, Extended Restart by Stop & Go Traffic, Front Heated Armrests, Heated Rear Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, LED Lighting, Route Based Speed Action, Speed Limit Takeover, Traffic Sign Assist, Warmth & Comfort Control Code, Warmth & Comfort Package, Wheels: 20″ AMG 5-Spoke Titanium w/Black Accents.

This is all I really need in my life. I recently drove a 2019 S550 4Matic coupe and I fell hard for it. Despite just being the S550, I thought it was outstanding in the way it drove and the total package it offered. The beautiful thing about the S-Class is you rarely if ever see cost-cutting measures in the interior. Nothing is held back in terms of materials or technology. They are produced to be the best effort, within reason of course, and only turn the dial up on performance when handing them over to AMG.

This car is a wonderful combo of Obsidian Black Metallic with designo Saddle Brown upholstery, which I love. However, the asking price with just under 16,000 miles is something I don’t love. It seems like the insane depreciation we are used to seeing with these AMG cars is probably gone for the time being. I don’t think the days of snagging a $220,000 CL65 AMG for $35,000 are ever going to be seen again. These cars are way too good and just have too much demand given their volume. I think these one does have room to come down under $100,000, but my dream of snagging these cheap probably will never come true.

– Andrew

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One Comment

  1. I beg to differ on the depreciation. Just last week I saw a 2015 S63 sedan with 65k miles go through Manheim and MMR was only $52k! And it graded well at 4.2 out of 5. And there is only one way it was headed price-wise. Down. Give this car time. The CL/S-Class Coupes have always held their value better. Just look at the last gen CL65’s. Those are still around $70k for a good one. Give this car a few more years and another 40k miles. It’ll be worth $50k too.

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