2011 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Review

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The Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG enters the 2011 model year with some interior upgrades in the form of leather appointments. The new leather can be found on the upper section of the dashboard and door beltlines, and a new black piano lacquer finish trim on the upper section of the center console give it that extra touch of class. Not too bad from a car with an engine that's known to be ultra-sporty.

There are no mechanical changes as the 2011 E63 AMG continues to use the same 525 horsepower 6.2-liter V8 engine. However, in addition to the interior leather upgrades, Mercedes-Benz is also offering new optional appointments of even more leather! Now you can opt for having the lower section of the dash, the glove compartment lid, and door linings all in leather. It's obvious that Benz has devoted a lot of energy in revamping the interior of this E63 AMG.

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