Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG-4 Door Sport Sedan

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The 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG is really an otherwise tame four-door E-Class sedan if it weren't for the hand built AMG powerplant inside it. The E63 AMG has a boosted suspension and slow-down-and-stop powerplant, along with some added bling. The vehicle gets the same powerplant as AMG's own SL63, and on-road experience in the latter car shows this motor is truly breathtaking.

The E63 AMG is more than a new body and a big motor, and seems to have received the little touches that will allow it to finally compete with the best from BMW and Audi. The E AMG stopped using a torque converter pseudo-manual, instead it has opted in favor of a 7-speed automanual. The suspension system has also been revised with a new steel-springed strut setup front and an air suspension out back. The new and improved E63 AMG is really one super powerful car worthy of a look.

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