/2015 Mercedes C63 AMG UK Pricing Announced

2015 Mercedes C63 AMG UK Pricing Announced

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Mercedes-Benz UK released today the official pricing for the new Mercedes C63 AMG sedan and estate ahead of their market launch in Spring. The handsome and powerful sports sedan start from £59,795, which is more than 3 grand dearer than the equally hot BMW M3 F80. But then again, the Merc comes with a V8 and 476 hp whereas the Bimmer has a 430 hp straight-six.

If it’s the estate version of the Mercedes C63 AMG you are interested in, set aside £60,995. Both sedan and estate also come as S-Model variants, starting from £66,545 and £67,745 respectively.The S-Model bumps the power to 510 horsepower and the torque to 700Nm (from 650), but the effect of that extra power on performance is negligible, not at all worth the extra pay. The S-Model C63s are only one tenth of a second quicker to 60 mph. The top speed of all variants is limited to 155 mph.

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In fairness though, Mercedes C63 AMG S-Model comes with number of extras such as 19-inches wheels, a new braking system with 390 mm discs at the front red finish to the calipers,electronically-controlled rear differential linked to a ‘Race’ function in the COMAND system, and AMG Performance Seats finished in Nappa leather and twinned with Crystal Grey seat belts. These elements help justify the price difference.

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If you are willing to spend even more on your C63, you can do so thanks to the C63 S Edition 1 which costs £73,500 in Saloon form and £74,700 as an Estate. Edition 1 versions come with exclusive paint jobs and wheel designs, as well as special interior appointments such as AMG red carbon fibre trim.

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