This 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG sedan is finished in Iridium Silver Metallic (775) over Black (201) leather and is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 paired with a seven-speed AMG Speedshift automatic transmission. Features include heated and ventilated front seats with dynamic bolsters, COMAND infotainment with GPS navigation, bi-xenon headlights with active curve illumination, Keyless-Go, rear roller-blind, rear-view camera, Panoramic roof and AMG adaptive air suspension. The car was originally delivered to Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz of Newport Beach, CA and remained in southern California its entire life. The seller acquired the car in 2020 and a California smog check was passed earlier this month. It now has 111k miles, and service in the last 10k miles includes replacement of the front and rear brakes, brake rotors, tires and a transmission service. In addition, an oil and filter change was performed in preparation for the sale. This E63 AMG is now offered on behalf of its current owner with factory literature, a Vehicle Master Inquiry (VMI), two keys, a recent Carfax report, and a clean California title.
The car is finished in Iridium Silver Metallic (775) and. when compared to the standard E-Class. the E63 gained an AMG-specific body kit with deeper valances and side skirts, as well as a rear spoiler and front bumper vents. Equipment includes a power operated panoramic sunroof, bi-xenon headlights with active curve illumination and high-beam assist, and a power trunk closer. The seller notes minor chips and imperfections in the finish with specificity in the gallery below and the front and rear bumpers have been recently refinished to remediate minor scuffs.
Factory 18″ five-spoke AMG wheels are mounted with Continental ExtremeContact DWS06 tires measuring 255/40 up front and 285/35 out back. The date code on the front tires show 2019 while the rear show 2017. The seller had 3 of the 4 wheels refinished to correct any road rash. Braking is handled by six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers acting on 14.2″ cross-drilled and ventilated rotors. The seller notes that all four brakes, brake rotors and tires have been replaced within the last 10k miles in 2019.
The cabin features seating upholstered in Black (201) leather, along with matching carpets and trim complemented by burled walnut wood veneer on the center console, dash, and door cards. Features include heated and ventilated front seats with dynamic bolsters, COMAND infotainment with GPS navigation, Keyless-Go, a rear-roller blind, rear camera and rear seat airbags.
The leather-rimmed four-spoke steering wheel frames an AMG-branded 200-mph speedometer with nested digital multi-function display, a tachometer with 7,200-rpm redline, and an analog clock. 111k miles are shown on the digital odometer, approximately 3k of which were added by the current owner.
Power is provided by a naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 that was factory rated at 518 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque. That power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed AMG Speedshift automatic transmission. Detailed photos of the underbody along with a picture showing the internals with the oil cap removed are viewable in the gallery. A transmission service was completed on the car within the last 10k miles.
This lifelong southern California car is reported to be completely free of rust or corrosion and additional photos of the underside are provided in the image gallery.
Manufacturer’s literature shows in a black leather folio and a set of black AMG-branded mats and two keys are included.
The Carfax report shows one minor rear accident reported in 2020 with no other damage and lists ownership history exclusive to southern California through its most recent entry in 2021.
Both a walkaround and a startup and idling video are viewable below.
The E63 AMG has always been the sweet spot for daily AMG performance driving pleasure. The perfectly-sized E Class (untiil the arrival of the bloated W213) allows for comfortable use in city driving while still providing enough cabin and cargo room to suit most any lifestyle. The secret to the E63’s success, of course, is the naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter V8 powerplant that – with updated head bolts for the W212 – delivers both adrenaline and reliability in equal measure. This example is finished in the classic Mercedes-Benz color combination and thankfully hasn’t been butchered with modifications or other treachery throughout its pampered southern California life. With collectors seemingly looking past these pre-facelift W212 sedans at the moment, this example is sure to be the bargain buy for anyone looking to get into a classically intoxicating, proper AMG without breaking the bank.
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