Customer Review Summary for 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG
2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMGRandy S - Houston, TX05/19/2016
Comfort, Speed, I drove the E63 on a out of town trip and it performed outstanding. I owned an M3 and a Porsche. The E63 has the best of both cars in one package.
2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMGChris Martin - Miami, FL05/06/2016
The E63 AMG is a powerhouse of a car but has the ride of a limousine. Bought it for daily driving and have loved every trip, short or long, that I have taken it on. Even around town this thing is an amazing piece of machinery.
2010 E63 AMG
2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMGEngineer - , 01/28/2013
fun car but expensive to maintain.
first off, after purchasing my vehicle, i had to get my service A1. it costed me ~$300. the dealer then turn around and told me i need a new brake. front and back. the car only had less than 20,000 miles. looked up a forum, many people change their brakes right around that time. dealer says ~$900. just for the front. benz brake pads (original, parts only) cost ~$500 front ~$300 for rear. so make sure you have some extra cash when you play with this car.
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