This 2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG has spent its entire life in the southern United States between North Carolina and Missouri. Finished in Flint Gray Metallic (368) over Black Nappa Leather with Alcantara accents (851), power is provided by a 6.2-liter V8 paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. Factory equipment includes heated and ventilated front seats, an electric rear-roller blind, COMAND with navigation, bi-xenon headlamps, cornering fog lamps, Keyless-Go, and a panorama sunroof. Service within the last year includes new front and rear brake pads along with new tires. This E63 AMG shows 70k miles from new and is now offered by the selling dealer in Missouri with manufacturer’s literature, 2 keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Missouri title.
The exterior is finished in Flint Gray Metallic (368) paintwork and includes AMG-specific bodywork including a sculpted front spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser, and quad exhaust outlets. Additional features include bi-xenon headlights and a rear lip spoiler. All paint is believed to be original as supported by the clean Carfax report. A scuff is visible on the rear passenger corner of the bumper and some scrapes behind the rear passenger wheel can be seen in the gallery. Oxidation is present on the headlamp lenses but should be able to be restored.
AMG five-spoke 18″ wheels are mounted with a set of new Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires measuring 245/40 up front and 265/35 in the rear with 2021/2020 date codes. Curb rash is visible on some of the wheels and pictured in the gallery. Service within the last year includes new front and rear brake pads.
The interior is trimmed in Black Nappa Leather with Alcantara accents (851) along with burl wood trim along the center console, dash, and doors. Additional interior appointments include heated and ventilated dynamic front seats, multi-zone automatic climate control, power windows/mirrors/locks, COMAND with navigation, Keyless-Go, and an electric rear roller blind. Bird’s eye maple wood trim adorns the center console, dashboard, and doors. The seller notes some fading on the wood trim and normal wear is seen on the driver's seat bolster along with a small tear in the rear seat.
The leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel frames AMG-specific instrumentation featuring a 200-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, a multifunction display, and digital readouts for coolant temperature and fuel level. AMG-exclusive red accents can be seen on the clock and tachometer. The digital odometer shows just over 70k miles, approximately 2k of which have been added by the seller.
The naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter M156 V8 develops 507 horsepower at 6,800 rpm and 465 lb-ft of torque at 5,200 rpm from the factory. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission. The seller reports the car has received regular oil changes from new as seen on the Carfax report.
The provided Carfax report lists no accidents or damage and registration history in North Carolina and Missouri since new. This E63 AMG is now offered with the manufacturer's literature, 2 keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Missouri title.
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The W211 has been a favorite of enthusiasts for many years now and often hailed as the perfect size, and the perfect amount of tech vs. tradition. With the quad-headlight setup, these cars harken back to Sacco-era styling days when Mercedes were built to be the best and, as evidence by the number of W211s still on the road, they towed the reliability line as well. The AMG variants from 2005-2009 were really the peak of W211 enthusiast enjoyment and this example could serve as a daily driver or enthusiast toy for anyone wise enough to plunk down dollars while these are still surprisingly affordable. When it comes to performance on a budget withh four doors, there's not much out there that can beat a W211 E63 AMG.