This 2009 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon was originally delivered to Mercedes-Benz of South Bay in Torrance, California in August of 2008. Finished in Iridium Silver Metallic (775) over Anthracite Nappa Leather (851), power is provided by a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 paired with a seven-speed AMG Speedshift automatic transmission. Features include the Premium II Package, 18″ AMG wheels, AMG 10-way power adjustable heated and active-ventilated front seats w/position memory, COMAND with DVD navigation, Bi-xenon headlamps with Active Curvelight illumination, cornering foglamps, Keyless-Go, and a rear-facing folding third row bench seat. The current owner acquired the car in October 2021 from the second owner and is now represented by the selling dealer under consignment. The owner has added approximately 3k miles since purchasing. This example shows 63k miles and is offered with factory literature, an original tool kit, original first aid kit, two keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Georgia title in the seller's name.
This is one of 24 examples produced for the 2009 model year and one of only 153 E63 AMG wagons delivered to the US during three years of production. This E63 AMG is finished in Iridium Silver Metallic (775) and features AMG Aerodynamic bodywork that includes sculpted bumpers, side-skirts and AMG-specific badging on the rear tailgate and both front fenders. The wagon is equipped with an AMG-specific exhaust system with w/dual twin chrome exhaust outlets in the rear. Additional equipment on this example includes a power glass sunroof w/tilt & one-touch open/close, cornering fog lights w/chrome bezels, headlamp washing system, and Bi-xenon headlamps with a Active Curvelight illumination. The included Carfax report shows a history free from damage or accidents and detailed photos can be seen in the gallery. A scuff is noted and shown on the bottom left of the front bumper under the air ducts.
This example shows original 18″ AMG 5-spoke alloy wheels w/Titanium Gray painted spokes measuring 18 x 8.5" in the front and 18 x 9" in the rear. All four tires wear Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 4 tires measuring 245/40 in the front and 275/35 respectively. The tires have approximately 5k miles on them. There is slight curb rash on the front left wheel which the seller is offering to have addressed prior to the new owner taking delivery.
The cabin is upholstered in Anthracite Leather (851) with with matching Alcantara accents in the seat shoulders, optional Black Birdseye Veneer trim on the dashboard, doors, shifter and center console, and a designo Alcantara headliner. Interior amenities include illuminated Mercedes-Benz branded plates on the door sills, Keyless-Go with ignition on the shift knob, AMG-specific 10-way power adjustable heated and active-ventilated front seats w/position memory, keyless entry for all four door handles, split-folding second row seats, left & right rear door sun blinds, aluminum AMG performance pedals, a retractable cargo net/dog barrier, power rear liftgate, a rear-facing third-row bench seat and four-zone automatic climate control. Original NTG2.5 COMAND infotainment, exclusive to the 2009 models, features Harmon-Kardon Logic7 Digital Surround, Sirius Satellite Radio, and auxiliary input integration for audio and iPod. The headlamp switch shows some light wear on the switch surround and the headliner is starting to fall near the rear speaker over the cargo area.
The leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel frames AMG-specific instrumentation featuring a 200-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, a multi-function display, and digital readouts for coolant temperature and fuel level. The digital odometer shows just over 63k actual miles, approximately 3k of which were added by the seller. The digital readout displays trip functions, audio information, navigation directions, and AMG-specific readouts including oil temperature and a lap timer. AMG-exclusive red accents can be seen on the clock and tachometer.
The 6.2-liter naturally-aspirated M156 V8 developed 507 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque when new. The hand built AMG engine is covered by an AMG-exclusive airbox showing the signature of the single-engine maker emblazoned on an aluminum plaque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed 7G-Tronic AMG Speedshift automatic transmission w/manual mode. The transmission can be shifted manually via the shifter assembly in the console or the aluminum paddles on the AMG Performance steering wheel.
The Carfax report lists no accidents or damage and registration history in California up until 2020, followed by Utah and now Georgia. This E63 AMG Wagon shows 63k miles and is offered with factory literature, an original tool kit, original first aid kit, two keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Georgia title in the seller's name.
Videos included show a walk around, start up and driving.
In recent decades the station wagon has graduated from housewife’s grocery getter to sophisticated and tasteful carry-all. For enthusiasts, the “performance wagon” has always been the ideal family car or one-car-garage blending utilitarian convenience with staggering speed and handling. At the top of this touring pyramid is the AMG Wagon for all the right reasons: power, speed, convenience, and rarity. In this specific example, rarity is an understatement as this is the lowest production AMG of the modern era. Now is the time to buy one of these oh-so-rare AMG longroofs before the low mileage examples are all scooped up for the long haul.
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