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Is the C63 AMG reliable?

The C63 is a good car worth buying, if it hasn’t been thrashed and had a good record of regular servicing. With that sort of mileage on it you should be able to enjoy many years of reliable and fun motoring in the future.

Can you daily a C63 AMG?

The four-door AMG C63 is truly a car you could drive every day. In Comfort mode, it’s a well-mannered luxury cruiser. Rear-wheel drive means you can easily get the AMG C63 sedan to drift.

What year C63 is the best?

If you are in the market, we would recommend a 2010 C63 AMG as it has better available options and can still be found with a warranty still and may be outside of the headbolt issue build dates.

Is a 2008 C63 reliable?

Whatever its mighty 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 makes, James has found it to be completely reliable. His C 63 has now done 42,000 miles. As you’d expect, given that it has super-firm suspension and 19in wheels, its interior creaks a little.

Can you daily drive an AMG?

2 Mercedes-AMG GT-R While they may not be as fun in traffic, most German sports cars can be used as daily drivers—except for the Mercedes AMG GT-R. The regular AMG GT made for a decent daily driver, but the GT-R is a tad too hard and too raw to serve you every day.

What is high mileage on a Mercedes?

The High Mileage Award The Mercedes-Benz Classic High Mileage Award is presented to owners whose vehicles have logged 155,000 miles or more, as verified by an official Mercedes-Benz dealer representative.

How long do Mercedes AMG last?

With proper maintenance, Mercedes can last 13-17 years on average. Considering an average yearly mileage of around 15,000, that means that Mercedes can last anywhere from 200,000 to 250,000 miles before major repairs are needed.

Is W204 C63 reliable?

2011+ are generally reliable, but repairs and maintenance are expensive, so budget for that. 2011 and after have the updated head bolts. Expect to do valve cover gaskets/other oil gaskets every 60-80k miles. Expect to do your intake camshafts every 60-80k miles too.

Is C63 fast?

Top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph on the regular C63 and 180 mph on the S. In our testing, the C63 S went from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and ripped through the quarter-mile in 11.9 seconds at 122 mph; we haven’t tested a C63.

How much does it cost to service C63?

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG S auto repair and maintenance costs The estimated cost to maintain and repair a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG S ranges from $95 to $3395, with an average of $418.

How big is the Mercedes Benz C63 AMG engine?

The 2008 model year Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG was the first Mercedes to feature an engine entirely built by their AMG performance group. It was introduced to compete with the BMW M3. Its 6.2 liter engine produced 518 horsepower and 465 foot-pounds of torque. Most of the C63’s problems arose from trying to “tame the beast’s” M156 engine.

Are there any problems with my Mercedes C63?

Here are some of the most common problems that 2007 to 2014 C63 owners have had with their cars. As you will note, many of these problems can be related to one another. Shortly after its launch in late 2007, C63 owners started noticing clicking noises as soon as the engine was started.

Is the C63 AMG missing a power folding mirror?

There have been numerous reports that early C63s with the P30 package were missing components so it is best to run the VIN and get the build sheet with all the packages and options laid out one-by-one. For 2009, Mercedes added memory seats to the C63 but weirdly enough removed power folding mirror capability.

When did Mercedes replace head bolts on C63?

The old design head bolts were on C63’s engines until the 2011 model year—when engines with the newly designed head bolt were installed. Figure 2. Old vs. new head bolts. The new head bolts were installed starting with M156 engine #60658.