2012 Mercedes-benz c63 amg
From spirited drives in the mountains, to picking up the thing she told you to grab but you forgot. The 2012 Mercedes Benz C63 AMG can make your daily, or maybe not so daily, commute more enjoyable.
The interior has minor visible wear and tear. Notably, the driver side seat bolsters show some aging simply from getting in and out of the vehicle. There are no obvious blemishes on the seats, dash or carpet. Overall, it's in good condition.
The exterior is in great condition, being a car with 55,000 miles. There are no significant dents, only a few scratches which have been documented. The wheels have taken the brunt of the damage; all four have some degree of curb damage.
All service is documented and the car recently had a brake job done. The car fires up without any hesitation and drives flawlessly.
The raspy note of the hand-built 450 horsepower 6.2-liter V-8 and snappy shifting of the seven-speed Speedshift MCT transmission is bound to put a grin on your face.
Coated in Palladium Silver, this car’s paint looks great in any light. The aggressive styling of the front fascia and fender flares are a head turner.
The car backs up its good looks with performance, too. The C63 AMG can take you 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and comes alive in the twisties. Inside, the two tone black and red leather seats keep you planted and behind the feature-packed instrumentation during spirited driving.
What’s really cool about this car is that the M156 was the first automobile V8 engine designed autonomously by Mercedes-Benz subsidiary Mercedes-AMG. It was also the last naturally aspirated V8 engines Mercedes-Benz AMG built. There’s no replacement for displacement, right??
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We did the math, and the C63 AMG weighs about the same amount as 4 1/3 polar bears, which is enough to break the ice.
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