Lot 194 - 2013 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG
|Sold - £28,840
- Good service history
- Many upgrades
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W204) is the third generation of the C-Class and was introduced on 18th January 2007 at the Geneva Motor Show. The C63 AMG is reportedly the first AMG-Mercedes designed from the ground-up. Its AMG C-Class predecessors had essentially featured bolt on performance modifications, and according to Car and Driver these earlier AMG models suffered from understeer and heavy steering. The C63 AMG has a revised front suspension that is shared with the CLK 63 AMG Black Series. The C63 AMG also has the quickest, most responsive steering of any Mercedes automobile to date. The Mercedes-Benz M156 engine, provides the C63 AMG with more horsepower and torque over its direct rivals such as the Audi RS4 and BMW M3, offering a 0-60 mph time of 3.9 seconds.
Originally registered on 17th May 2013 this beautiful C63 is finished in Pearl White with black leather trim. The rear wheel arches have been widened by 90mm and the rear axle extended. The car has been Stage 1 remapped and now produces 507 bhp with improved gear changes. A carbon front spoiler has been fitted as well as a F1 carbon defuser. Under door lighting has been fitted which is generally only found on the Black Series range. This is clearly a very well cared for and much loved example, presenting in excellent condition. Seven services have been carried out, the first five by main dealers and latterly by marque specialists, the last service was carried out on 25th January 2023. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate, together with a history folder. This C63 AMG is very versatile, offering blistering performance (where permitted) or sitting in traffic, whatever happens it will put a smile on your face.
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