What Is It?

What is it?

Last week’s photo showed the new Mercedes-Benz E63 wagon, which is more for show than most wagons need to be. For a better photo and information, read this week’s road test.


Chosen randomly from the correct entries was Jim Muraski, of Martinez.

He wins a prize from The Augusta Chronicle. Other readers identifying the vehicle were:

AUGUSTA: Carolyn Ogles wrote: “Motor Trend states that this is the rarest model Mercedes-Benz sells and is special order only.”

CUMMING, GA.: Chris Rhodes wrote: “Equipped with a 302-horsepower, 3.5-liter direct-injected gasoline V-6 and seven-speed automatic transmission, this wagon will hold its own against most competitors in this category.

“However, for those well-heeled consumers looking for sports car performance with grocery-getting capabilities, an AMG version of the E-wagon can be ordered. Featuring a twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8 pumping out 518 German horses and 518 pound-feet of torque, this is one wagon that can haul more than groceries. Zero-to-60 takes a scant 3.9 seconds and the quarter mile is consumed in only 12.2 seconds!

“This is Camaro ZL-1 and Mustang GT500 territory, folks, in a 4,500-plus pound wagon!

“So, if you own stock in a tire company, have a hundred grand lying around and want a station wagon that will pass almost everything except the gas station, I am sure AMG would be more than happy to build you one.”

EVANS: Jerry Paul

MARTINEZ: Jeff Miller


Can you tell us the make and model of this 2013 sedan? If you know what it is, call (706) 823-3419 or send an e-mail to glynn.moore@augustachronicle.com.

Please tell us your name and telephone number and the city you live in. It helps if you spell your name for us so we can include your response along with everybody else’s.

You have until noon Wednesday to respond. A winner will be chosen randomly. If you win, let us know when you would like to pick up your prize.

– Glynn Moore,

staff writer