Likes

  • Incredible dynamics and performance.
  • The sound.
  • If maintained and treated correctly, mechanically reliable.
  • The last of its kind.

Dislikes

  • Arguably the image has been ruined by association.
  • Many used examples have been mistreated.
  • Huge premiums for spare parts and maintenance.
  • Premium badge does not equate to high quality.

Stuff you should know

The performance-focused and flagship model of the W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class range, the AMG C63, offers a compelling blend of power and sophistication:

  • Engine and Performance: Equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the C63 sends power to the rear wheels, providing an exhilarating driving experience. AMG-enhanced bodywork adds to the vehicle’s dynamic appeal.
  • Body Styles: Available in cabriolet, coupe, saloon, and estate versions. The C63 S Estate is particularly notable for its unique appeal among fast wagons.
  • International Variants: While all Australian-delivered models are the high-powered C63 S, international markets offer a slightly less powerful C63 variant.
  • Transmission Update: The 2018 mid-cycle update replaced the 7-speed dual-clutch transmission with a 9-speed automatic, enhancing driving dynamics and overall performance.
  • Interior and Exterior Enhancements: The 2018 update also brought subtle aesthetic improvements to the exterior and upgrades in interior materials, features, and technology, maintaining Mercedes-Benz’s reputation for luxury and innovation.
  • Special Editions and Options: Mercedes-Benz offers various special editions of the C63, along with an extensive list of optional equipment, allowing for a high degree of customization.

However, the reputation of the C63 has been impacted by certain issues:

  • Negative Image: The allure of the C63 is often marred by a minority of drivers who exhibit reckless behavior in inappropriate areas, tarnishing the car’s image.
  • Mechanical Sympathy: Many owners fail to drive with mechanical sympathy, often mistreating their cars. This problem is exacerbated when the C63 is leased with no intention of long-term ownership, leading to neglected maintenance and cost-cutting measures.
  • Inherent Issues: These practices can exacerbate inherent issues found in the C-Class and AMG models, emphasizing the importance of thorough maintenance and careful driving to preserve the car’s performance and reliability.

What goes wrong

Exterior Issues:

  • Several owners have reported issues with the black plastic trim fading. Components such as the roof rails, door trim, and front intake surrounds can fade to a dark blue color over time. Additionally, this black trim can become loose and eventually start to rattle.
  • Sunroof problems are also common, ranging from minor issues like squeaking or rattling to complete failures that can cost thousands to repair. Problems include rubber seals deteriorating, cables breaking, motors seizing, alignment issues, and electronic failures that prevent the sunroof from opening or closing properly. Some unfortunate owners have had their sunroofs fail to close just as it started to rain.
  • Door seals often require attention due to issues with rattles, squeaks, and excessive wind noise. The badging on the front quarter panels, particularly the “T” in “bi-turbo,” can fall off. Carbon trim, especially on the mirror cowls, can flake, and small aero clips on the rear wheel arch can disappear in car washes. Cars with the extended front splitter are prone to damage when navigating driveways.
  • Cleaning the C63 requires caution, as some cleaning products can turn the window trim into a rainbow hue, potentially costing thousands to replace. Incorrect cleaning products can also cause brake calipers to fade to a milky finish. Additionally, some owners have experienced electronic issues with power windows and mirrors malfunctioning.
  • According to Mercedes dealership technicians, quality control varies greatly among individual cars. Some vehicles exhibit perfect panel gaps and no issues, while others return to the dealership repeatedly with various problems. Technicians also noted that cars from 2017 tend to have better fit and finish, but quality has diminished in later models, even according to AMG specialists.

Interior Issues:

  • There are numerous reports of issues with the infotainment system, including Bluetooth and radio signals dropping out, screens locking up or displaying glitchy images, and the entire system restarting and losing saved presets. The native sat-nav system is notoriously unreliable, with some owners reporting that it incorrectly places the car in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Dealership technicians note that earlier infotainment systems are generally more stable, while newer systems with more functionality tend to have more issues. Although software updates often resolve these problems, some owners have had to replace the entire system, typically under warranty, which will not last indefinitely.
  • The headliner can come loose, similar to issues seen in older cars like the Ford Falcon. One owner was quoted $1500 for this repair, although anything over $500 is considered excessive.
  • Optional performance seats (option code 555) can have squeaky chrome plastic trim, and fixing this issue can be challenging. Some owners have also experienced rattling speakers and noted that the sound

Exterior Issues:

  • Several owners have reported issues with the black plastic trim fading. Components such as the roof rails, door trim, and front intake surrounds can fade to a dark blue color over time. Additionally, this black trim can become loose and eventually start to rattle.
  • Sunroof problems are also common, ranging from minor issues like squeaking or rattling to complete failures that can cost thousands to repair. Problems include rubber seals deteriorating, cables breaking, motors seizing, alignment issues, and electronic failures that prevent the sunroof from opening or closing properly. Some unfortunate owners have had their sunroofs fail to close just as it started to rain.
  • Door seals often require attention due to issues with rattles, squeaks, and excessive wind noise. The badging on the front quarter panels, particularly the “T” in “bi-turbo,” can fall off. Carbon trim, especially on the mirror cowls, can flake, and small aero clips on the rear wheel arch can disappear in car washes. Cars with the extended front splitter are prone to damage when navigating driveways.
  • Cleaning the C63 requires caution, as some cleaning products can turn the window trim into a rainbow hue, potentially costing thousands to replace. Incorrect cleaning products can also cause brake calipers to fade to a milky finish. Additionally, some owners have experienced electronic issues with power windows and mirrors malfunctioning.
  • According to Mercedes dealership technicians, quality control varies greatly among individual cars. Some vehicles exhibit perfect panel gaps and no issues, while others return to the dealership repeatedly with various problems. Technicians also noted that cars from 2017 tend to have better fit and finish, but quality has diminished in later models, even according to AMG specialists.

Interior Issues:

  • There are numerous reports of issues with the infotainment system, including Bluetooth and radio signals dropping out, screens locking up or displaying glitchy images, and the entire system restarting and losing saved presets. The native sat-nav system is notoriously unreliable, with some owners reporting that it incorrectly places the car in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Dealership technicians note that earlier infotainment systems are generally more stable, while newer systems with more functionality tend to have more issues. Although software updates often resolve these problems, some owners have had to replace the entire system, typically under warranty, which will not last indefinitely.
  • The headliner can come loose, similar to issues seen in older cars like the Ford Falcon. One owner was quoted $1500 for this repair, although anything over $500 is considered excessive.
  • Optional performance seats (option code 555) can have squeaky chrome plastic trim, and fixing this issue can be challenging. Some owners have also experienced rattling speakers and noted that the sound quality in pre-update cars did not meet expectations, leading Mercedes to upgrade the amplifier in post-facelift models.
  • The HVAC system can also present problems, from malfunctioning commands to the console becoming too hot to touch if the aircon temperature is set above 20 degrees. Reports include blower motor failures and heater core issues. Wagon owners have mentioned a reverberation or hum from the rear corners.
  • Many owners report rattles, squeaks, and creaks in various parts of the car, including the dashboard, instrument panel, door panels, windows, center console, and infotainment display. Given the car’s high price when new, such issues are unacceptable.
  • Furthermore, replacement parts can be extremely costly. One owner, a mechanic, had to replace an ABS module for $7000. Window switches can break, the silver interior trim can chip, and glossy carbon or piano black plastic scratches easily. Manufacturers should avoid high gloss finishes in high-traffic areas unless using more resilient materials.
  • Wear and tear on the interior varies by car, but the satin finish on the center console holds up well. However, the leather on the steering wheel can wear prematurely. Owners are advised to hold the steering wheel correctly to avoid unnecessary wear and prevent looking unprofessional.
  • Additionally, certain cleaning products and hand creams can damage the Alcantara on the steering wheel, turning it into a sticky mess if an oily moisturizer is used.

Mechanical Issues:

  • Many of the expected mechanical problems in these cars are actually not as prevalent. The engine internals, such as timing chains and turbos, are generally reliable. However, the cooling system can be problematic, especially in hot climates where overheating is an issue during hard driving or track days. Modified cars are particularly prone to overheating. The electronic thermostat can fail, usually getting stuck open rather than closed, but accessing it requires removing much of the front end of the car.
  • The charge cooler radiator is prone to damage and leaks, so it’s advisable to check the central reservoir periodically. Occasionally, air/oil separator issues can cause vacuum leaks and lean air-fuel ratio problems, or positive crankcase pressure leading to oil leaks. If valve covers leak, removing them is almost impossible without taking out the engine, which is a costly and time-consuming process.
  • Ignition coils and injectors are common sources of misfires, often due to oil filling up the spark plug tubes from a leaking valve cover seal, which again necessitates engine removal. Engine mounts also fail and are expensive to replace, making it wise to change them when the engine is out for other repairs.
  • The 7-speed transmission in early versions (up to 2018) is considered more reliable than the later 9-speed, which had software and valve body issues typically resolved under warranty. The electronic limited-slip differentials are weak and not serviceable, often requiring expensive replacements. Axles can break under hard driving, especially in tuned cars.
  • Modifications are generally discouraged, as pushing these engines often leads to various failures. While they can produce significant power, the longevity of such modifications is questionable.

Exterior Issues:

  • Several owners have reported issues with the black plastic trim fading. Components such as the roof rails, door trim, and front intake surrounds can fade to a dark blue color over time. Additionally, this black trim can become loose and eventually start to rattle.
  • Sunroof problems are also common, ranging from minor issues like squeaking or rattling to complete failures that can cost thousands to repair. Problems include rubber seals deteriorating, cables breaking, motors seizing, alignment issues, and electronic failures that prevent the sunroof from opening or closing properly. Some unfortunate owners have had their sunroofs fail to close just as it started to rain.
  • Door seals often require attention due to issues with rattles, squeaks, and excessive wind noise. The badging on the front quarter panels, particularly the “T” in “bi-turbo,” can fall off. Carbon trim, especially on the mirror cowls, can flake, and small aero clips on the rear wheel arch can disappear in car washes. Cars with the extended front splitter are prone to damage when navigating driveways.
  • Cleaning the C63 requires caution, as some cleaning products can turn the window trim into a rainbow hue, potentially costing thousands to replace. Incorrect cleaning products can also cause brake calipers to fade to a milky finish. Additionally, some owners have experienced electronic issues with power windows and mirrors malfunctioning.
  • According to Mercedes dealership technicians, quality control varies greatly among individual cars. Some vehicles exhibit perfect panel gaps and no issues, while others return to the dealership repeatedly with various problems. Technicians also noted that cars from 2017 tend to have better fit and finish, but quality has diminished in later models, even according to AMG specialists.

Interior Issues:

  • There are numerous reports of issues with the infotainment system, including Bluetooth and radio signals dropping out, screens locking up or displaying glitchy images, and the entire system restarting and losing saved presets. The native sat-nav system is notoriously unreliable, with some owners reporting that it incorrectly places the car in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Dealership technicians note that earlier infotainment systems are generally more stable, while newer systems with more functionality tend to have more issues. Although software updates often resolve these problems, some owners have had to replace the entire system, typically under warranty, which will not last indefinitely.
  • The headliner can come loose, similar to issues seen in older cars like the Ford Falcon. One owner was quoted $1500 for this repair, although anything over $500 is considered excessive.
  • Optional performance seats (option code 555) can have squeaky chrome plastic trim, and fixing this issue can be challenging. Some owners have also experienced rattling speakers and noted that the sound quality in pre-update cars did not meet expectations, leading Mercedes to upgrade the amplifier in post-facelift models.
  • The HVAC system can also present problems, from malfunctioning commands to the console becoming too hot to touch if the aircon temperature is set above 20 degrees. Reports include blower motor failures and heater core issues. Wagon owners have mentioned a reverberation or hum from the rear corners.
  • Many owners report rattles, squeaks, and creaks in various parts of the car, including the dashboard, instrument panel, door panels, windows, center console, and infotainment display. Given the car’s high price when new, such issues are unacceptable.
  • Furthermore, replacement parts can be extremely costly. One owner, a mechanic, had to replace an ABS module for $7000. Window switches can break, the silver interior trim can chip, and glossy carbon or piano black plastic scratches easily. Manufacturers should avoid high gloss finishes in high-traffic areas unless using more resilient materials.
  • Wear and tear on the interior varies by car, but the satin finish on the center console holds up well. However, the leather on the steering wheel can wear prematurely. Owners are advised to hold the steering wheel correctly to avoid unnecessary wear and prevent looking unprofessional.
  • Additionally, certain cleaning products and hand creams can damage the Alcantara on the steering wheel, turning it into a sticky mess if an oily moisturizer is used.

Mechanical Issues:

  • Many of the expected mechanical problems in these cars are actually not as prevalent. The engine internals, such as timing chains and turbos, are generally reliable. However, the cooling system can be problematic, especially in hot climates where overheating is an issue during hard driving or track days. Modified cars are particularly prone to overheating. The electronic thermostat can fail, usually getting stuck open rather than closed, but accessing it requires removing much of the front end of the car.
  • The charge cooler radiator is prone to damage and leaks, so it’s advisable to check the central reservoir periodically. Occasionally, air/oil separator issues can cause vacuum leaks and lean air-fuel ratio problems, or positive crankcase pressure leading to oil leaks. If valve covers leak, removing them is almost impossible without taking out the engine, which is a costly and time-consuming process.
  • Ignition coils and injectors are common sources of misfires, often due to oil filling up the spark plug tubes from a leaking valve cover seal, which again necessitates engine removal. Engine mounts also fail and are expensive to replace, making it wise to change them when the engine is out for other repairs.
  • The 7-speed transmission in early versions (up to 2018) is considered more reliable than the later 9-speed, which had software and valve body issues typically resolved under warranty. The electronic limited-slip differentials are weak and not serviceable, often requiring expensive replacements. Axles can break under hard driving, especially in tuned cars.
  • Modifications are generally discouraged, as pushing these engines often leads to various failures. While they can produce significant power, the longevity of such modifications is questionable.

Should you buy it?

If you come across a Mercedes-AMG C63 from the W205 generation with a flawless service history, meticulous maintenance, no modifications, and minimal mileage, and you are mentally and financially prepared for the ownership experience, then yes, you should consider buying one. It can be a phenomenal car.

However, we must ask a favor: please don’t drive it irresponsibly. While the C63’s engine sounds fantastic and might boost your ego, showing off in suburban or metropolitan areas only makes you look inconsiderate.

Another scenario that could damage your image is being stranded on the side of the road with the hood up. This is why you should avoid any C63 that has been modified, shows signs of mistreatment, or has a questionable history. Many of these cars do have such issues, and they are not worth the risk.

It’s unfortunate that a prestigious brand like Mercedes-Benz no longer guarantees premium quality. Nowadays, you might find better fit and finish in a Kia or Mazda than in some AMG models.

If you come across a Mercedes-AMG C63 from the W205 generation with a flawless service history, meticulous maintenance, no modifications, and minimal mileage, and you are mentally and financially prepared for the ownership experience, then yes, you should consider buying one. It can be a phenomenal car.

However, we must ask a favor: please don’t drive it irresponsibly. While the C63’s engine sounds fantastic and might boost your ego, showing off in suburban or metropolitan areas only makes you look inconsiderate.

Another scenario that could damage your image is being stranded on the side of the road with the hood up. This is why you should avoid any C63 that has been modified, shows signs of mistreatment, or has a questionable history. Many of these cars do have such issues, and they are not worth the risk.

It’s unfortunate that a prestigious brand like Mercedes-Benz no longer guarantees premium quality. Nowadays, you might find better fit and finish in a Kia or Mazda than in some AMG models.

Should you buy it?

If you come across a Mercedes-AMG C63 from the W205 generation with a flawless service history, meticulous maintenance, no modifications, and minimal mileage, and you are mentally and financially prepared for the ownership experience, then yes, you should consider buying one. It can be a phenomenal car.

However, we must ask a favor: please don’t drive it irresponsibly. While the C63’s engine sounds fantastic and might boost your ego, showing off in suburban or metropolitan areas only makes you look inconsiderate.

Another scenario that could damage your image is being stranded on the side of the road with the hood up. This is why you should avoid any C63 that has been modified, shows signs of mistreatment, or has a questionable history. Many of these cars do have such issues, and they are not worth the risk.

It’s unfortunate that a prestigious brand like Mercedes-Benz no longer guarantees premium quality. Nowadays, you might find better fit and finish in a Kia or Mazda than in some AMG models.

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What is the car's build year?

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Models, pricing & features

Mercedes-AMG C63S-2

C63 AMG S

Price when new: $154,900

Price used: $73,800 - $81,100

Equipment

  • 12V Socket(s) – Auxiliary
  • 13 Speaker Stereo
  • 19″ Alloy Wheels
  • ABS (Antilock Brakes)
  • Adjustable Steering Column – Power
  • Air Cond. – Climate Control Multi-Zone
  • Air Conditioning – Charcoal Filter (Odour Reducer)
  • Air Conditioning – Pollen Filter
  • Air Conditioning – Rear
  • Air Conditioning – Sensor for Humidity
  • Air Conditioning – Sensor for Pollutants
  • Air Conditioning – Sensor for Solar/Sun
  • Airbag – Driver
  • Airbag – Knee Driver
  • Airbag – Passenger
  • Airbags – Head for 1st Row Seats (Front)
  • Airbags – Head for 2nd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Side for 1st Row Occupants (Front)
  • Airbags – Side for 2nd Row Occupants (rear)
  • Alarm with Motion Sensor
  • Alarm with Tow Away Protection
  • Ambient Lighting – Interior
  • Armrest – Front Centre (Shared)
  • Armrest – Rear Centre (Shared)
  • Audio – Aux Input USB Socket
  • Audio – Input for iPod
  • Blind Spot Sensor
  • Blind Spot with Active Assist
  • Bluetooth System
  • Body Colour – Bumpers
  • Body Colour – Door Handles
  • Body Kit – Lower (skirts
  • F & R Aprons)
  • Brake Assist
  • Brake Emergency Display – Hazard/Stoplights
  • CD Player
  • Calipers – Painted Front
  • Calipers – Painted Rear
  • Camera – Front Vision
  • Camera – Rear Vision
  • Camera – Side Vision
  • Central Locking – Key Proximity
  • Central Locking – Once Mobile
  • Central Locking – Remote/Keyless
  • Clock – Analogue
  • Collision Mitigation – Forward (Low speed)
  • Collision Warning – Forward
  • Control – Electronic Damper
  • Control – Electronic Stability
  • Control – Park Distance Front
  • Control – Park Distance Rear
  • Control – Pedestrian Avoidance with Braking
  • Control – Traction
  • Cruise Control – Distance Control
  • Cruise Control – with Brake Function (limiter)
  • Cup Holders – 1st Row
  • Cup Holders – 2nd Row
  • DVD Player
  • Differential Rear:- Active/Electronic
  • Digital Sound Processing
  • Disc Brakes Front Composite/Ceramic
  • Disc Brakes Rear Composite/Ceramic
  • Driver Attention Detection
  • Driving Mode – Selectable
  • Electric Seat – Drivers with Memory
  • Electric Seat – Passenger with Memory
  • Engine – Stop Start System (When at idle)
  • Engine Immobiliser
  • Exhaust System – Dual
  • First Aid Kit
  • Floor Mats
  • Fog Lamps – Front
  • GPS (Satellite Navigation)
  • Gear Shift Paddles behind Steering Wheel
  • Headlamp – High Beam Auto Dipping
  • Headlamps – Active (Cornering/steering)
  • Headlamps – Blacked Out Surrounds
  • Headlamps – LED
  • Headlamps – See me home
  • Headlamps Automatic (light sensitive)
  • Heated Seats – 1st Row
  • Hill Holder
  • Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Front Passenger
  • Inbuilt Harddisk Drive
  • Information Display – Head Up
  • Internet Connectivity via Paired Device
  • Keyless Start:- Key/FOB Proximity related
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keeping – Active Assist
  • Leather Seats – Nappa
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 1st Row
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 2nd Row
  • Mesh Grille
  • Mesh Grille – Lower Bumper
  • Metallic Finish Interior Inserts
  • Multi-function Control Screen – Colour
  • Multi-function Steering Wheel
  • Paint – Metallic
  • Park Brake – Electric
  • Parking Assistance – Automated Steering
  • Pedals – Sports
  • Power Boot Closing Aid
  • Power Door Mirrors – Folding
  • Power Door Mirrors – Heated
  • Power Door Mirrors – with Memory
  • Power Steering – Speed Sensitive
  • Power Windows – Front & Rear
  • Radio – Digital (DAB+)
  • Rain Sensor (Auto wipers)
  • Rear View Mirror – Electric Anti Glare
  • Rear Windows – Extra Dark/Privacy
  • Scuff Plates (on door sills)
  • Seat – Driver with Electric Lumbar
  • Seat – Passenger with Electric Lumbar
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiters 1st Row (Front)
  • Seatbelt – Pretensioners 1st Row (Outer Seats)
  • Seatbelts – Lap/Sash for 5 seats
  • Seats – 2nd Row Split Fold
  • Sports Exhaust
  • Sports Instruments
  • Sports Seats – 1st Row (Front)
  • Starter Button
  • Stopwatch – Digital
  • Storage Compartment – Centre Console 1st Row
  • Sunroof – Electric
  • Sunvisor – Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Driver
  • Suspension – Sports
  • TV Tuner – Digital
  • Tail Lamps – Blacked Out Surrounds
  • Tail Lamps – LED
  • Trip Computer
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring – with logging/display
  • Voice Recognition
  • Warning – Rear Cross Traffic (when reversing)
  • Woodgrain – Inserts

Tech specs

Body Styles

  • 4 door Sedan
  • 5 door Wagon
  • 2 door Coupe
  • 2 door Cabriolet

Engine Specs

  • 4.0 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo petrol, 375kW / 700Nm

Transmission

  • 7-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)
  • 9-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 14.4 / 100km

Length

  • 4686mm – 4756mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 4702mm – 4772mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 4686mm – 4750mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 4686mm – 4751mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Width

  • 1810mm – 1839mm (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon)
  • 1810mm – 1877mm (2 door Coupe, 2 door Cabriolet)

Height

  • 1426mm – 1442mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 1440mm – 1457mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 1402mm – 1405mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 1409mm – 1411mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Wheelbase

  • 2840mm

Kerb Weight

  • Unknown kg – 1730kg (4 door Sedan)
  • Unknown kg – 1800kg (5 door Wagon)
  • Unknown kg – 1820kg (2 door Coupe)
  • Unknown kg – 1940kg (2 door Cabriolet)

Towing

  • Unknown kg (unbraked) – 1800kg (braked) (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon, 2 door Coupe)
  • Not listed (2 door Cabriolet)

Ancap Ratings

  • Not tested

Body Styles

  • 4 door Sedan
  • 5 door Wagon
  • 2 door Coupe
  • 2 door Cabriolet

Engine Specs

  • 4.0 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo petrol, 375kW / 700Nm

Transmission

  • 7-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)
  • 9-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 14.4 / 100km

Length

  • 4686mm – 4756mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 4702mm – 4772mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 4686mm – 4750mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 4686mm – 4751mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Width

  • 1810mm – 1839mm (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon)
  • 1810mm – 1877mm (2 door Coupe, 2 door Cabriolet)

Height

  • 1426mm – 1442mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 1440mm – 1457mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 1402mm – 1405mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 1409mm – 1411mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Wheelbase

  • 2840mm

Kerb Weight

  • Unknown kg – 1730kg (4 door Sedan)
  • Unknown kg – 1800kg (5 door Wagon)
  • Unknown kg – 1820kg (2 door Coupe)
  • Unknown kg – 1940kg (2 door Cabriolet)

Towing

  • Unknown kg (unbraked) – 1800kg (braked) (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon, 2 door Coupe)
  • Not listed (2 door Cabriolet)

Ancap Ratings

  • Not tested

Body Styles

  • 4 door Sedan
  • 5 door Wagon
  • 2 door Coupe
  • 2 door Cabriolet

Engine Specs

  • 4.0 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo petrol, 375kW / 700Nm

Transmission

  • 7-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)
  • 9-speed Sports Automatic (C63 AMG S)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 14.4 / 100km

Length

  • 4686mm – 4756mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 4702mm – 4772mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 4686mm – 4750mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 4686mm – 4751mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Width

  • 1810mm – 1839mm (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon)
  • 1810mm – 1877mm (2 door Coupe, 2 door Cabriolet)

Height

  • 1426mm – 1442mm (4 door Sedan)
  • 1440mm – 1457mm (5 door Wagon)
  • 1402mm – 1405mm (2 door Coupe)
  • 1409mm – 1411mm (2 door Cabriolet)

Wheelbase

  • 2840mm

Kerb Weight

  • Unknown kg – 1730kg (4 door Sedan)
  • Unknown kg – 1800kg (5 door Wagon)
  • Unknown kg – 1820kg (2 door Coupe)
  • Unknown kg – 1940kg (2 door Cabriolet)

Towing

  • Unknown kg (unbraked) – 1800kg (braked) (4 door Sedan, 5 door Wagon, 2 door Coupe)
  • Not listed (2 door Cabriolet)

Ancap Ratings

  • Not tested

Warranty & servicing

Warranty

  • 3 years / unlimited km (C63 AMG S)
  • 5 years / unlimited km (C63 AMG S)

Servicing

  • 20,000 km / 12 months

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