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2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S
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Price: $99,998 Buy Now
Contact: Meir
Phone#: 205-403-8601
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Vehicle Information:
Year: 2016
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: AMG GT
Trim: S
Stock Number: 004748
Sale Price: $99,998
Suggested Retail Price: $152,480
Mileage: 9,458
Body Style: Coupe
Doors: 2 Dr
Engine: V 8 4.0 Li
Transmission: Automatic 7 Speed
Interior Color: Red Pepper/black
Exterior Color: Designo Cardinal Red Metallic
Stereo: High End Stereo System

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The true sport race car. AMG GT fully loaded with every option. under full factory warranty just been full inspected and service. under manager special price to sale.Some cars are just special. They have an X factor that other cars do not possess. There are a couple different ways you can tell. One is to just look at 'em. Do you feel tingly? Short of breath? Excited because you're standing next to a lump of metal, plastic, and paint? If so, the car in question is special. Another way is to drive said car near a crowded area. Are you seeing a bunch of thumbs up? Are camera phones flying out of pockets? Do you see scores of young men hyperventilating? Those are also good indications that the car is special. Other ways to tell involve driving it hard, with aggression, purpose, and not too much poise on some of the finest roads known to man. Are you still grinning like an idiot three days later? If yes, well, special. Is the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S a special car? I'll save you the suspense. Double hell yes it is! Starting with just looking at it. German cars are not pretty. German cars are generally engineered very well and can be quite fast and fun to drive, but the overwhelming majority of them desperately look like they want to be a train or a fist. Once in a blue moon a German car is sorta neat-looking — BMW M1 for instance — but pretty? The way a Ferrari or a Jaguar or a Corvette can be pretty? No way. They are industrial, purposeful, heavily muscled. But light, lithe, and lissome? Absolutely not. It's quite safe for me to say, then, that the Mercedes-AMG GT S is the prettiest German car since the BMW 507. No, the GT isn't the most original design of all time, nor does it have to be. Yes, I can describe it as the offspring of a Porsche 928 and a Jaguar E-Type. But pretty doesn't have to be original. Pretty only has to be pretty. Hats off to Gorden Wagener, head honcho of Mercedes design, for pulling off an all-timer.The AMG's interior is also a thing of beauty. Saddle-looking leather and big, polished aluminum bits, and while I'm normally not a fan of carbon-fiber interior trim, at least here such things feel authentic. Starting with the W222 S-Class, Mercedes interior design has been peaking on a very high plateau. The GT continues that lovely trend. There's also space. The AMG GT rides on a cut down SLS "Gullwing" chassis. Cut down as in length, not width. As such, the cabin feels airy and light, not confining or cramped. You have room to work. That's a very good and important characteristic, because you will want to drive the tires off this thing's wheels. Best to do so in some modicum of comfort, no? Speaking of that, the slim but well-padded seats are wonderful, even on 1,500-mile road trips. Ask me how I know. Our technical director, Frank Markus, covered the mechanical and electronic aspects of the GT S exhaustively in his First Drive review. I just want to highlight a few key pieces of information to get us through this First Test. The new 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V-8 (code: M178) produces 503 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque in S guise. The standard GT makes a bit less: 456 hp and 443 lb-ft. Curiously, the exact same engine in the C63 AMG S also makes 503 hp, but 516 lb-ft of twisting force. The engine's output is routed through a carbon-fiber torque tube to the same seven-speed dual-clutch transaxle that came in the SLS. Only it's been reprogrammed for faster shifts. AWD is not an option, and never will be
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EPA Mileage Rating 22
Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle's condition. Gas mileage information based on EPA rating at time of manufacture.
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