2007 560hp Mercedes Eurocharged ML63 AMG in rare alabaster white 1 owner

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: M-Class
  • SubModel: 560hp Eurocharged ML63
  • Year: 2007
  • Mileage: 75,562
  • VIN: 4JGBB77E17A249405
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 560hp Eurocharged ML63 Description

This is a relist to due to buyer not having the funds to complete transaction. One last chance to get a gorgeous ML63. If it is not sold this week, I will keep it. There are no ML63's near this condition on Ebay. Buy a one owner from Nevada, not the mid-west, east coast, or Florida. I encourage a pre-purchase inspection.

Let me preface this by saying I am in no hurry to sell this, just need more space for another toy I am taking delivery of. Please call with any questions before bidding 702-834-9623. This is a private sale and depending on your state you will not have to pay taxes on the purchase price unlike with a dealer. I reserve the right to end the auction early contingent upon an acceptable offer. Why buy a new one for over a $100k when this one will compete with it's looks and performance. Mercedes did very subtle changes to the 2016 ML63 vs the 07 ML63. These are at rock bottom for price and the perfect time to pick one up. AMG's are like a fine time piece if you take care of them, they will last forever.

Pristine 2007 Eurocharged ML63 AMG in rare Alabaster white 75,500 miles. It lived its whole life in the desert, and maintained meticulously at Fletcher Jones from the day one in 2007 until present. It has never left Fletcher Jones Mercedes. Meticulously one owner had ever single service and maintained to the highest level possible all done in a timely manner. Even the Valve body was done, which is honestly the only thing you ever have to worry about with these ML63's. The 07 ML63 and the 2016 will do the exact same 0-60 in 4.5 seconds according to Car and Driver and Motor Trend. I have driven both, and I prefer the visceral feeling of a NA 6.2 litre V8 vs. a Twin Turbo 5.5. Every single aspect of the car has been well looked after. Not a single dent on the door, the paint is near flawless. The transmission was flushed at 45,000 miles, and all docs and records to be released with the new owner. These W164's don't come up too often on EBay, I believe there is currently only 2 others. The best 2 states to buy a car from will always be Nevada, and Arizona. The leather, dash, everything looks like new. I had the ECU tuned from Jerry at Eurocharged. It really takes this hand built 6.2 litre V8 closer to the 560hp mark, with custom stainless exhaust, x pipe, K&N filters. It's amazing how fast this SUV is considering it's a 2 ton SUV. Mercedes has always been the leader in performance luxury without compromise from the W211 E55, to the R230 SL55/65, to the W164 ML63. Audi, BMW, Porsche have always been chasing the coat tails of AMG. The exhaust note has been enhanced and has an amazing throaty burble without being too obnoxious. These have been out for nearly 10 years now, and have been proven to be incredibly reliable. Just make sure you do the fluid flushes at the appropriate time. It's basically a like new ML63 at a quarter of the price. The truck needs nothing, other than a new owner. The brakes are at about 50% and the front tires are at 50%, but that's it. Has pretty much every option under the sun including my favorite rear factory screen entertainment system, matching dark wood steering wheel, and automatic rear tail gate, distronic, bixenon, gps, navigation, heated, cooled seats, tow package, backup camera, bluetooth, etc....

AMG refers to its all-aluminum beast as a "6.3 liter," despite its 6.2-liter displacement, specifically referring to the 1970 300SEL 6.3-liter V-8-at the time one of the fastest, most powerful sedans in the world. The new 6.2-liter sports its share of racing technology. Vertical intake and exhaust ports, a variable intake manifold with two internal throttle flaps, bucket tappets in the cylinder heads, variable camshaft adjustment, and a low-friction twin-wire arc-sprayed coating on the cylinder walls are just a few of the high-tech tidbits that come from the motorsport melting pot. Perhaps more significant (if not incredibly odd) is the fact that this new engine was designed autonomously by AMG and thus has no features or shared parts whatsoever in common with other eight-cylinder units by Mercedes-Benz. The new power plant is hand built in AMG's Affalterbach engine shop, according to the "one man, one engine" philosophy, which means each engine builder's signature sits on the engine's AMG badge.