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Mercedes-AMG E63 4Matic+ Estate 2017’s Fastest Wagon


Mercedes-AMG E63 – Nobody really needs an estate car with 603bhp that can do 0-62mph in 3.5sec, do they? Happily, Mercedes-AMG has built one anyway, and if it’s anything like the new E63 saloon it’s based on, that’s reason to celebrate.

The E63 wagon, or the Mercedes-AMG E63 4Matic+ Estate to give it its full gobstopping title, uses the same 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 as the E63 saloon, with cylinder deactivation tech to save fuel and cut emissions when you’re not in a hurry.

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All-wheel drive as standard

Like the E63 saloon, the estate drives all four wheels to give it a fighting chance of deploying all that power without tying itself in knots. The rear wheels are permanently driven, while an electronically controlled coupling brings the fronts into play when called for.

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Mercedes-AMG E63 4Matic+ Estate 2017’s Fastest Wagon

Both the base E63 Estate and the more expensive, more lavishly engineered S version use the same engine and nine-speed automatic gearbox, but with a big difference in power output.

Base Mercedes-AMG E63 Estate:

  • 563bhp, 553lb ft
  • 0-62mph in 3.5sec

Mercedes-AMG E63 S Estate

  • 603bhp, 623lb ft
  • 0-62mph in 3.6sec

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Top speed of both models is limited to the usual 155mph as standard, although speccing the optional AMG Driver’s package lifts it to 180mph. In an estate!

Other upgrades the S enjoys over the boggo E63 include:

An extra ‘Race’ mode for the powertrain, steering, stability control and suspension (both versions are fitted with air suspension and adaptive dampers as standard)

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Dynamic engine mounts

  • Bigger 390mm front brake discs (360mm discs are standard), with giant 402mm carbon ceramic discs an option
  • The regular E63 has a mechanical limited-slip differential, and the S an electronically controlled version
  • In the saloon, Mercedes expects the S to far outsell the base non-S version, but in estate world the sales split may be less clear-cut.

What about the being an estate car bit? How much flatpack can it pack?

See our regular E-class Estate review for details, but in short, quite a bit.

The rear seat backs can be tilted 10 degrees steeper to free up another 30 litres of boot volume, or folded down entirely in a 40:20:40 split via remote electric switches.

Seats up there’s an echoic 640 litres of bootspace, and 1820 litres with them down – more than 5-series, V90 and A6 Avant.

Mercedes-AMG E63 4Matic+ Estate Launches April 2017

We’ll see the new Mercedes-AMG E63 Estate for the first time at the 2017 Geneva motor show in March, before it goes on sale in April 2017. First deliveries are scheduled to start from June.

Expect a premium of a couple of thousand pounds for the estate over the E63 saloon’s £78,385 starting point (and £87,745 for the S).

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