Oh Yes, There's A Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Wagon

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler

Ah, the joys of forbidden fruit. Shortly after the leaked photos of the new C63 AMG were revealed, the official pics and specs were released – along with a tasty two-box treat.

The wagon bodystyle will, of course, not be offered in America. All-wheel drive doesn’t appear to be in the cards either, unlike recent AMG offerings. Unlike the BMW M3, the C63 will retain its V8 configuration, though no manual gearbox will be offered.








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  • Wmba Wmba on Sep 24, 2014

    Caramba! Mercedes AMGs, BMW M cars are the only reason I buy lottery tickets. If I ever hit the jackpot, I'd want that AWD Ferrari wagon with the V12 just to thumb my nose at the Ferraristas. But a tenth place payout and a C63 would be just fine. No luck in 40 years of trying. But the occasional daydream is worth a coupla bucks every now and then..

    • Derek Kreindler Derek Kreindler on Sep 24, 2014

      You and me both wmba. There's an older lady who drives a black FF around downtown Toronto. I am really hoping that she'll notice the dashing young auto journalist in the grey Miata. A longer shot than your lottery ticket but a man can dream...

  • IHateCars IHateCars on Sep 25, 2014

    Though this Merc is tasty, I'd still rather a RS6 Avant.

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  • TooManyCars VoGhost; I was referring more to the Canadian context, but the same graft is occurring in the US of A and Europe. Political affiliation appears to be irrelevant.
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