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82K km 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Four-Door Coupe High bid was $13,500

 

82K km 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Four-Door Coupe

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Here is a 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG.  It is finished in black with a black leather interior.  It is powered by a 6.2 litre V8 engine and has been well-kept through its 82,000 km.  It is an elegant, powerful car whose original Canadian MSRP checked in at over $128,000.  It was delivered to its first owner in Greater Vancouver and remained in British Columbia until 2013.  The current owner has been its custodian since July 2020 and has accumulated approximately 1,500 km.

 

 

CCC Vital Info – 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG

Lot – 035
Seller – H-Guy (Private)
Seller location – North York, On M9L
VIN – WDDDJ77X09A143148
Odometer – 82,000 km shown
Engine Info – 6.2L V8, 507 HP
Transmission Info – 7-speed automatic, paddle shifters
Exterior Colour – Black
Interior Colour – Black
Other features – Exquisitely appointed, 19″ wheels, Rear spoiler, Heated/cooled perforated leather seats, Bluetooth.
Category – German
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Carfax starts in photo gallery with image 144.

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When released for the 2004 model year, it was clear that the CLS was not designed for automotive neophytes.  A four-door, it is appropriately marketed as a coupe, given its frameless door windows; its downward swooping rear half add to the coupe motif, occupancy of this car is four.  The owner of this 2009 is no exception to the rule of “aficionados only”.  He currently has a collection of twenty-seven vehicles in his stable, among them an air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo, a 911 Carrera 2, a Porsche 928S4, a BMW M5 and an Audi A5 coupe.  So, while no stranger to German muscle, this never got into his driving rotation.

As noted, the CLS63 AMG is powered by a 6.2 litre eight-cylinder engine.  When new, the big V8 produced 507 horsepower at 6,800 RPM.  Torque rating is equally impressive, 465 lb.-ft. at 4,500 RPM.  The power is sent to the rear wheels only, making this the prototypical big German super sedan.  The guts get to the pavement by a seven-speed automatic transmission, which features steering wheel-mounted paddles for easy shifting from the driver’s seat for the engaged driver.  The dual twin exhaust tips below the carbon-fibre splitter add to the aggressive look.  In the words of Autoblog, the CLS was available in two trims, powerful and crazy-powerful.  This is the crazy-powerful version.

Technology abounds in the CLS63 AMG.  Air-spring suspension adjusts automatically based on the harshness of the road.  Air bags abound and it boasts an advanced skid management system.  The clearcoat on the paint is infused with tiny ceramic particles, which is done with the effect of making the finish up to 300 percent more resistant to scratching than typical clear coats – a nice benefit with a black car.  Interior appointments include heated and cooled perforated leather seats, analog clock, AMG floor mats and rear console with folding arm rest.  Windows, locks, seats, mirrors are power-operated; cruise control and climate control add to the luxo-ride.

The 2009 came with several updates from the prior year.  The 19-inch wheels come with dual spokes and the rear bumper was new, complemented by geometric dual exhaust tips.  Interior upgrades are the sportier three-spoke steering wheel, white gauges with silver backgrounds and a revised display for the infotainment system with Bluetooth and voice activation.  Those 19s are shod with Good Year Eagles in the front, at 245/45R 19 94W, and Continental Pro Contact in the rear, 255/40R19 100V.

This car has been well-kept.  The Carfax notes recent servicing at Mercedes-Benz Oakville.  It recently had new rotors and pads installed at all four corners, with the calipers rebuilt at the same time.  It has also been treated to a recent tuning and four-wheel alignment.  The Carfax does have claims against it, a minor collision where the impact in the rear was termed minor and another where the insurance claim was $11,000 – though it should be noted that body repairs on these cars can add up quickly.  Other flaws include marks of varying degrees on the rims, which could be refinished, some separation of the carbon-fibre rear splitter and two missing pieces of small trim on the front end.  In the circumstances, the Carfax mileage discrepancy is considered a clerical error.

This 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG is available via private sale from the owner in North York, Ontario.

82K km 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Four-Door Coupe High bid was $13,500

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Item condition: Used

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Bidder Name Bidding Time Bid Auto
hondaguy October 6, 2021 11:37 am $13,500
The Bolt October 3, 2021 8:45 am $10,000
The Bolt October 2, 2021 12:59 pm $7,500
KWR October 2, 2021 2:14 am $3,000
Auction started September 29, 2021 8:37 pm

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