Mercedes-AMG has announced pricing for the “affordable” version of the GT 4-Door Coupe. The GT53 will start at $99,995, constructing it quite a bit less costly than other simulates in the lineup–though by no means actually cheap. As previously announced, the more powerful GT63 model begins from $137,495. The top-dog GT63 S will put you out at the least $159,995.
The base 53 simulation comes with a turbocharged 3.0 -liter inline-six that delivers 429 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque. Unlike the other trims, it applies a mild hybrid system that contributes 21 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque at low-spirited locomotive accelerations. Its rate undercuts the comparable Porsche Panamera 4S, which starts at $105,250 and get 440 horsepower and 405 lb-ft from its turbocharged V-6. Standard features on the base 53 include navigation, Burmester audio, an electronically deployable rear spoiler, and a sport suspension with adaptive damping. Top quicken is 174 mph, compared to 190 -plus-mph for the 63 and 63 S.
Both the AMG GT 63 and 63 S use a 4.0 -liter twin-turbocharged V8 that builds 577 mares and 590 lb-ft in the former and 630 horses and 664 lb-ft in the latter. So these are the ones to go for if the 53′ s zero-to-6 0 hour of 4. 4 seconds only won’t cut it, as the 63 smashes benchmark speed in 3.3 seconds and the S in 3.1. These two modelings are currently on sale, while the Mercedes-AMG GT5 3 4-Door Coupe ten-strikes marketer plenties this spring.
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