Looking for a performance car that you can also use for the daily school run? This 2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon could be the one for you.

We’re living in an era where SUVs have become the go-to vehicles for those looking for family cars, but performance-focused wagon/estate vehicles have something undeniably cool about them. This E63 AMG Wagon currently residing in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, looks to have been well maintained and will make its future owner stand out from the droves of SUVs that have seemingly taken over the streets.

The Bring A Trailer ad lists that the car is finished in Diamond White Metallic and sits on factory 19-inch AMG wheels finished in black and wrapped in staggered-width Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. Adding to the wagon’s desirability is the fact that it is equipped with the factory P30 Performance Package that boosts power to 550 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque routed to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic. It also includes a stiffened electronically adjustable sport suspension and an AMG-specific braking system with cross-drilled rotors and red calipers.

Inside, the Merc features black semi-aniline leather across the seats and door panels, various carbon fiber accents and a black Alcantara headliner. It also has powered, heated, and ventilated seats with memory functions, a panoramic moonroof, Blind Spot assist, lane tracking, and illuminated door sills.

This E63 AMG Wagon has been driven 103,000 km (~64,000 miles) and was serviced in October and fitted with new differential side cover seals, axle nuts, and front sway bar links. It is being sold with service records, factory literature, accessories, two Carfax reports and a British Columbia registration. 

Source: mercedes-world.com

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