Mercedes releases US pricing ahead of April arrival.
As one of the most exciting cars arriving on our shores this year, the 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 has been on our wish list since its official reveal last September. But with its upcoming arrival at American auto shows this coming April, Mercedes has finally revealed what it will cost US buyers to get behind the wheel of one of these beastly sedans. The C63 will arrive with two power variants, the base model and the C63 S, with no wagon on the horizon for American buyers.
The 469 horsepower, 479 lb-ft torque entry-level C63 starts at $63,900 (plus $925 destination charge) – about $2,000 higher than its direct competitor, the BMW M3. Meanwhile, opting for the C63 S's 503 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque will set you back $71,900 (plus destination). As one would expect, the list of optional equipment is endless, including everything from carbon ceramic brakes (C63 S only) to a Parktronic system, blind spot assist, carbon trim, panoramic sunroof, silver or black 19-inch alloy wheels, an AMG performance exhaust and AMG performance seats, as well as a heads up display and more. Both models go on sale in the US starting next month.