Pro Racer’s Take: 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon

  • Published on Mar 30, 2019
  • Americans might not, generally speaking, embrace station wagons as they once did, but even the most ardent of wagon haters can’t deny the hilarious fun that is the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S wagon.
    In this episode of Pro Racer’s Take, championship-winning driver Andy Pilgrim tackles NCM Motorsports Park and explains why the smoking-fast five-seater makes all the sense in the world, even at a cost of almost $108,000.
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Comments • 9

  • elgiacomo
    elgiacomo 2 months ago

    Dream car.

  • Jere C
    Jere C 3 months ago

    Hi there, which one do you recommend between E63s and M5 Competition, if I'm looking for a car for nice long range road-trip, easy in-town maneuver, thrilling exhaust, and occasionally fun in the racetrack? Thank you :)

  • Jorge Tamacas
    Jorge Tamacas 5 months ago +2

    Who said wagons are slow and boring? I don't think so. If I had the money I would buy this wagon, it's powerful and has enough space and room for my family and their stuffs for a weekend trip. I prefer a wagon over a crossover or SUV. Great video!!

  • Blake Swan
    Blake Swan 5 months ago +3

    Honestly I find this car way more interesting and exciting than a Lamburghi whatever. Love estates

  • David Reese
    David Reese 5 months ago

    You said it,,,, It's too Large, and heavy... A station-wagon, it has to have a purpose! Cadillac makes an assume wagon also? You have too love them... $$$$$$$$$$$

    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan 5 months ago

      Cadillac doesn't make anything now. I mean they do have a coffee shop in New York so

  • Alan Bowers
    Alan Bowers 5 months ago

    Bigger brakes than my wheels. Probably needs them though being over double the weight of a Miata.

  • Jkan2001
    Jkan2001 5 months ago +1

    I would love to have a beer with Andy Pilgrim, seriously talented and funny dude

  • necstanunn
    necstanunn 5 months ago +1

    I loved the commentary and his thoughts of going through the course. Stuff like this is awesome