2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 Estate Edition 1 comes with record-breaking price of 139,980 euros

Article by Christian A., on May 5, 2017

In time for the official market launch of the new generation E63 and E63 S models, pricing for Mercedes-AMG’s E63 Estate Edition 1 has also been announced in Germany. Let’s just say the equivalent price in US dollars comes at approximately $152,575.

For starters, the standard E63 wagon boasts a 0-62 acceleration under 3.6 seconds and a top speed reaching 155mph (250 kilometers per hour). With 571hp (420kW) and 553 lb-ft (750Nm) of torque under the hood, the entry level variant can be had for the price of 112,907 euros. Clearly there’s nothing “ordinary” about its performance.

Next, the E63 S comes with a starting price of € 124,688. With its mightier engine, the Mercedes E63 S can deliver a much more powerful 612hp (450kW) and 627 lb-ft (850Nm) torque than the standard version. Even more impressive is the output that has enough punch to push the vehicle by tenth of a second before topping off at 155mph (250kph).

Now for those who want more, there’s an available upgrade that will increase the limiter to as much as 180 miles per hour (290kph). According to Mercedes AMG, both S and the base model can be availed with the optional AMG Driver’s Package at an additional price.

In case the first two variants won’t do, Mercedes-AMG is offering a more expensive E63 Estate for the price of €139,980. Needless to say, the E63 Limited Edition is the most high-priced wagon in its class. In Germany, the Audi RS6 Avant Performance is deemed to be the E63 S Estate’s toughest competition in the market. The RS6 Avant Performance can be bought locally at a starting price of 117,500 euros.

Beyond that, the Limited Edition 1 features a handful of cosmetic enhancements both for the exterior and interior sections. Outside, you can have this super wagon either in elegant Designo Night Black or in Selenite Gray Magno body paint . This comes together with AMG’s Night Package, a new set of 20-inch forged alloy wheels either in matte or high gloss finish and body stripes to match.

Though it doesn’t fetch more power under the hood, the amount of money we think you’ll be paying for this model will be worth all the premium upgrades that comes with it.

Inside, the fully specified Limited Edition 1 will be featuring black Nappa leather with yellow stitching for the upholstery. A number of carbon fiber accents and a whole lot of yellow trims are also visible across the cabin. To complete the premium look, the limited-run E Class will be having the special “Edition 1” badge right at the steering wheel.

Interested customers can now start placing their orders while all three variants should be available at the Deutschland dealerships starting June.

Press Release

Available for order now: Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ Estate and E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate: Sales release of the Performance Estate models

In the new E 63 4MATIC+ Estate and E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate models (fuel consumption combined: 9.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 206 g/km), Mercedes-AMG marries the hallmark driving performance to high utility and the intelligence of the E‑Class. With immediate effect, the Performance Estate model can now be ordered with prices starting at 112,907 euros* and at 124,688 euros* for the S‑Model. They will arrive at dealerships in June 2017.

As already the Saloon model, the E 63 4MATIC+ Estate and E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate offer innovative drive system technology and maximum performance, combined with a discrete design and exclusive equipment. In addition, the vehicles are also fitted with the latest infotainment features for extensive connected multimedia applications.

The 4.0‑litre twin-turbo V-8 engine with an output of up to 450 kW (612 hp) and the fully variable AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive ensure superior driving dynamics. An acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h of 3.5 seconds sets a new record in this class. Thanks to standard cylinder deactivation, the engine is actually even more efficient. Compared with the predecessor, the throttle response of the new Estate model is even more agile besides: The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT (Multi-Clutch Technology) 9‑speed sports transmission is combined with a wet start-off clutch. Another highlight is the new AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel-drive system, which combines the advantages of various drive configurations. The torque split between the front and rear axles, which is fully variable for the first time, ensures optimum traction in all road conditions.

* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for Germany including 19% VAT

The new E 63 4MATIC+ Estate likewise sets standards in its segment when it comes to everyday practicality: boasting a capacity of 640 to 1820 litres, its boot is the largest in the performance estate segment.

Even more exclusivity: the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate Edition 1

From the market launch, the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate is available for about one year as an especially exclusively appointed Edition 1 model. The designo selenite grey magno or optionally designo night black magno paintwork and the AMG Night package boost the powerful appearance, while the dynamic stripes above the side sill panels optimally highlight the elongated side profile. Added to this are the AMG 20‑inch forged wheels, painted in matt black with high-gloss polished rim flange.

The black nappa leather AMG Performance seats with yellow topstitching characterise the sporty ambience in the interior, which is further enhanced by the colour-coordinated yellow highlights on the AMG Performance sports steering wheel, upper part of the dashboard, door panels, centre console, AMG floor mats and analogue clock in IWC design. The sports steering wheel in black DINAMICA microfibre features "Edition 1" lettering and a 12‑o 'clock marking in black. Carbon-fibre trim elements further enhance the exciting juxtaposition of colours and materials. The price for the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate Edition 1 is 139,980 euros (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for Germany including 19% VAT).

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