Mercedes-AMG C 63 2015, range and prices for Spain

Mercedes has renewed the Mercedes C 63 AMG has reorganized its name, calling now Mercedes-AMG C 63 and has been dismissed from mechanical V8 atmospheric to adopt the same engine that Mercedes AMG GT , rising from the hand of his S version, beyond the 500 horses. We met him on the occasion of Paris Salon of 2014 in September, but now is the time to learn all the details of price and range of Mercedes-AMG C 63 to Spain.

The first units of the sedan are available for the Estate have to wait until April.

Articulated around block V8 biturbo 4 liter of displacement we find two variants: one “normal” version of 476 horses and another variant S, from 510 horses . Both are rear-wheel drive and have a automatic gearbox dual clutch 7-speed and of course no shortage of specific aesthetic details ranging from the aero kit rigor new items inside, as the steering wheel, seats and instrumentation.

The development has also evolved to offer widened roads, better brakes, new suspension settings for … In this regard it should be noted that the cycle of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 and C 63 S differ , meeting with brakes even greater in the S, an electronic difference (mechanic in the “normal”), 19-inch wheels (instead of 18 inches) and a system of active engine mounts like the one adopted by the S version of the Mercedes-AMG GT.

range and prices for Spain’s Mercedes-AMG C 63

In addition to the sedan version is also available with familiar body hand Mercedes-AMG C 63 Estate being the price range and version as follows:








Version Power Price
Mercedes-AMG C 63 476 horses 91,525 euros
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S 510 horses 100,625 euros
Mercedes-AMG C 63 Estate 476 horses 92,975 euros
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Estate 510 horses 102,050 euros

If you want to know more details of the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 do not miss the article “Mercedes-AMG C 63 : sportiness in two flavors, 476 and 510 hp for the brave “.



Source: Mercedes
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