2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG E 63

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class rules the mid-size luxury roost, with a beautiful interior, twin-turbo thrust, and state-of-the-art safety. Choices include a sedan, coupe, convertible, and wagon. Two AMG versions are offered: a mild hybrid and an even higher-performance beast.

For 2020, the base sedan gets its name changed from E 300 to E 350, with a bit more power from its turbo-4 engine. The E 450 is an awesome twin-turbo V-6, while the AMGs are a no-compromise mild-hybrid AMG E 53 and the track-slaying AMG E 63. Rear-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive available.

The coupe and convertible are gorgeous but compromise their practicality compared to the sedan. The wagon makes up for it with cargo space that rivals an SUV, compared to the sedan's small trunk.

Automatic emergency braking is standard, while a reasonably priced package adds adaptive cruise control and active safety features that help center the car in its lane and change lanes at the tap of a turn signal. The E-Class won't drive itself, but it does take some of the stress out of crowded freeway driving.

The E 350 is EPA-rated at 23 mpg city, 32 highway, 26 combined with rear-wheel drive, or 1 less mpg with all-wheel drive, on premium fuel. The E 450 gets 23 mpg, while the AMG E53 gets 24 mpg thanks to its mild-hybrid technology.

Then there's the AMG E 63, which gets nearly 20 mpg, quite amazing for more than 600 horsepower.

The NHTSA rates the E-Class at five stars overall in safety, while the IIHS gives some models its Top Safety Pick+ award; even the models with standard LED headlights get high marks.

Automatic emergency braking is standard, while blind-spot monitors and rear side airbags are optional but should be standard, for a car like this with a price like this.
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The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class rules the mid-size luxury roost, with a beautiful interior, twin-turbo thrust, and state-of-the-art safety. Choices include a sedan, coupe, convertible, and wagon. Two AMG versions are offered: a mild hybrid and an even higher-performance beast.

For 2020, the base sedan gets its name changed from E 300 to E 350, with a bit more power from its turbo-4 engine. The E 450 is an awesome twin-turbo V-6, while the AMGs are a no-compromise mild-hybrid AMG E 53 and the track-slaying AMG E 63. Rear-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive available.

The coupe and convertible are gorgeous but compromise their practicality compared to the sedan. The wagon makes up for it with cargo space that rivals an SUV, compared to the sedan's small trunk.

Automatic emergency braking is standard, while a reasonably priced package adds adaptive cruise control and active safety features that help center the car in its lane and change lanes at the tap of a turn signal. The E-Class won't drive itself, but it does take some of the stress out of crowded freeway driving.

The E 350 is EPA-rated at 23 mpg city, 32 highway, 26 combined with rear-wheel drive, or 1 less mpg with all-wheel drive, on premium fuel. The E 450 gets 23 mpg, while the AMG E53 gets 24 mpg thanks to its mild-hybrid technology.

Then there's the AMG E 63, which gets nearly 20 mpg, quite amazing for more than 600 horsepower.

The NHTSA rates the E-Class at five stars overall in safety, while the IIHS gives some models its Top Safety Pick+ award; even the models with standard LED headlights get high marks.

Automatic emergency braking is standard, while blind-spot monitors and rear side airbags are optional but should be standard, for a car like this with a price like this.
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Retail Price

$107,350 - $111,750 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 4.0L V-8
MPG Up to 16 city / 23 highway
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 9-spd w/OD
Power 603 @ 5750 rpm
Drivetrain AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all wheel
Curb Weight 4,515 - 4,669 lbs
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