2007 Mercedes E63 AMG 29K Mile One Owner

June 2, 2021 Update – Unfortunately, the high bid of $15,000 was not enough to meet the reserve price, so we’re moving this gorgeous car to our “Rides Still Available” page.  If you would like to make a serious offer, please contact Rudy at (877) 468-6497

GuysWithRides.com is excited to offer this 28,981 original mile, 2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG for our latest reserve auction lot. Bidding opens Wednesday, May 19, 2021, at Noon Eastern Time and continues for 14 days through Wednesday, June 2 at 7:00 pm. This Mercedes-Benz is currently located about one hour from Boston’s Logan International Airport.

Here is a three-minute walk-around video of this gorgeous Capri Blue E63 AMG:

Mercedes-Benz updated its E-Class line for the 2003 model with a new W211 version. In the fall of 2006, Mercedes gave the W211 version a mid-cycle refresh for the 2007 model year. There was new standard and optional equipment, which enabled the W211 to hold its own against its competitors. Sensotronic was dropped due to customer complaints about its software, while Pre-Safe (w/o autonomous braking) was made standard. In total, 29 model variants were available, with 16 Saloons and 13 Estates. New standard equipment included PRE-SAFE active protection, NECK-PRO head restraints, flashing brake lights, tire pressure monitor. The optional Intelligent Light System included bi-xenon headlamps and 5 different lighting functions. The bodies were restyled including the front grille, rearview mirror, side mirrors, redesigned headlamps, front spoiler, rear lights, gear knob, and steering wheel.

The E63 AMG was the refreshed high-performance model of the W211, replacing the E55 AMG. Besides the Sedan, it was also offered in the Estate body style similar to the E 55 AMG estate model to compete with the new wagon versions of the BMW M5 (E61) and Audi RS6 (C6), though those two high-performance wagons were never sold in North America.

This engine had a high-pressure die-cast alloy cylinder block with twin-wire arc spray-coated running surfaces. The compression ratio is 11.3:1. According to many auto journalists, the E 63 AMG was one of the quickest production sports sedans in the world. Both the Sedan and Wagon had a 0–60 mph acceleration time of 4.3 seconds. Compared to the previous E 55 AMG, the E 63 AMG had more horsepower but less torque, enabling it to be mated to the newer 7G-Tronic automatic transmission.

While the E500 and E550 had the standard Mercedes Airmatic DC suspension with adaptive damping, the E63 AMG had the AMG-tuned Airmatic suspension which with the stability control turned off gave it far better driving dynamics than its non-AMG predecessors.

The AMG Performance package P030 added electronic speed limiter deletion, limited-slip rear differential, Alcantara sports steering wheel, stiffer valving Airmatic suspension over the standard AMG tuned Airmatic, AMG 18 inch 5-spoke multi-piece wheels, and optional AMG carbon-fiber trim.

Black or Silver with a black leather interior.  Start your search for an E55 or E63 AMG Mercedes and more than likely those are the likely color choices come across. Not this car. Dare to be different in this standout Capri Blue over a tan combination of both Alcantara and leather. It is simply stunning to see in person.

We photographed and inspected this E63 personally and given the low mileage, the fact it’s been exclusively serviced at the original owner’s local Mercedes-Benz dealership since new, we did not feel the need for a pre-purchase inspection for this listing.

We’re are proving this complimentary CarFax you can review either by clicking here or on the picture below:

 

If you have any questions about this like-new, original owner, 2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, please leave a comment below or feel free to call Rudy directly at 877-468-6497.  Thank you for looking and happy bidding!

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