|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Private Party|
|Mileage (kms)||95,000-kms (59k-miles)|
|Motor||Twin-Turbocharged 5.5-Liter V8|
|Transmission||Seven-Speed Automatic Transmission|
|Interior Color||Black leather|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
This is a 2015 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG finished in Sunsetbeam Orange over a black leather designo interior. This G63 is powered by a 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. German automakers Magna Steyr and Mercedes-Benz began producing the G63 AMG in 2012. The seller is the original owner, having bought the vehicle new in 2015. With approximately 95K-kms on the odometer, this G Wagon is currently registered in Ontario with a clean and (Normal) status. The original build sheet is included and shows a purchase price of $217k CAD. One accident resulting in minor damage occurred in 2019, and is reported in the Carfax located in the gallery below. The seller mentions that this 2015 G63 was recently serviced to the tune of $12K a couple months ago, with its steering and suspension components being replaced, along with fluids and filters.
For US bidders, this G63 AMG is importable after a compliance letter from Daimler AG Germany has been obtained. If the highest and winning bidder is US-based, the seller will acquire this letter. For more information on transport within Canada and import to the USA, please visit our Transport/Import page here.
This G63 was released from the factory with a custom, limited-run Sunsetbeam Orange finish which was a ($22,000 option). The front fascia of this luxury SUV features chrome bumper guards and rounded Xenon headlights framing a grille with a single horizontal fin with twin chrome edges, AMG badging, and a Mercedes-Benz three-pointed star that rivals the headlights in size. Running lights are LEDs mounted atop the fenders and fog lights are 5-bulb strips beneath the headlights. Airflow inlets are found on both front fenders, next to AMG V8 Biturbo badging. The side mirrors are power-folding and contain turn signal lighting. Dual exhaust outlets tipped in high gloss chrome emanate at an angle from beneath the running boards under the rear doors on each side. The G63 rides on 20” light alloy wheels painted black with Benz and AMG branding wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion winter tires, 275/50R20 all around. Stopping power is provided by six-piston fixed calliper disc brakes painted red with AMG lettering on all four wheels. This G63 AMG SUV is 73 inches wide and 76 inches tall with a 112 inch wheelbase. Some exterior flaws are noted, such as minor paint chipping and a crack in the windshield - these are pictured in the imperfections category of the gallery.
Inside the cabin of this G63, the seats and door panels feature diamond-quilted black leather with orange stitching - an upgrade labelled “the designo interior”. The arm rests, steering wheel, and shifter are also wrapped in leather. The front bucket seats and rear bench seats are heated and ventilated, and the rear seats fold down for increased storage capacity. 2015 brought an increase in front-door storage space. The centre console and a passenger side handle are trimmed in twill weave carbon fibre. Dual zone climate, audio, and 10-way seating support and lumbar controls are located on the centre console, along with selectors for the G63’s three fully locking differentials - a feature highly unique to a luxury passenger vehicle. A 7-inch display screen is mounted on the dash - this uses Mercedes-Benz COMAND interface. The G63 comes with Bluetooth connectivity, a 12-speaker Harman Kardon surround sound system, and satellite radio. A power tilt and telescopic heated steering wheel fronts analog instrumentation with a 280 km/hr speedometer and inset fuel gauge to the left, and an 8K rpm tachometer and inset temperature gauge to the right.
The G63 AMG powers Mercedes’ full-time all-wheel-drive 4MATIC system with a 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. This uses a low-range transfer case and a limited-slip rear differential with locking front, centre, and rear differentials for use when driving off-road. Live axles are found at both the front and rear suspension, with multi-link at the front and coil springs at the rear. The G63’s V8 is factory rated at 563 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 560 lb-ft of torque when new and has a claimed zero-to-60 mph of 5.3 seconds.