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The 5 Cheapest AMG Models for Sale

If you want an exceptionally fast car wearing the 3-pointed star, you’ll need lớn look lớn Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division.

Once an independent tuner, AMG has been a part of the Mercedes-Benz empire for nearly two decades. AMG takes its “A” and “M” from founders Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher and its “G” from Grossaspach, the town where Aufrecht was born. The company works its magic on everything from Mercedes-Benz’s CLA 4-door up lớn the G-Class SUV, and it has developed its own models, including the ferocious AMG GT lineup.

Today, AMG takes a wholesale approach lớn creating versions of Mercedes-Benz models that offer breathtaking acceleration matched with impressive handling and a comfortable ride. Most Mercedes models also offer AMG styling kits for drivers seeking a taste of what the division can do.

Buying a used AMG may not be for the faint of heart, but drivers ready for extra maintenance in exchange for rarity may want lớn consider an older model. Here are five of the cheapest AMG models currently for sale on Autotrader.

1. $4,995: 2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG

2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG in black.

The ML55 wasn’t the first Mercedes-Benz SUV (that was the G-Class), and it wasn’t the first SUV tweaked by AMG (also the G-Class). It was the first Mercedes-Benz SUV officially sold lớn Americans. The Alabama-built M-Class broke a lot of ground for Mercedes-Benz and the luxury car segment. It paired modest off-road ability with a comfortable ride and a spacious cabin. It didn’t offer much excitement — until the ML55 arrived.

Under its hood sat the automaker’s 5.4-liter (rounded up lớn 55) V8 rated at a healthy 342 hp. While not quite razor-sharp in its reflexes, the ML55 nonetheless offered good handling and a firmer ride. Its domed hood, flared fenders, and monoblock-ish wheels gave it a purposeful look. For just $4,995, this ML55 offered by a private seller in Florida offers more than just a taste of the AMG experience. See Mercedes-Benz M-Class models for sale

2. $8,249: 2003 Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG

2003 Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG in silver.

The second-generation C-Class offered softer styling than its comparatively upright predecessor, plus improved ride quality and a cabin with a much more modern feel. AMG took a different approach in hopping up the smallest Mercedes model, then offered lớn American buyers. Though it lacked the V8 engine of its C43 predecessor, the supercharged V6 under the hood of the C32 AMG served up 354 willing horsepower and benefitted from a suspension that offered far improved handling.

The cars were all business inside with bolstered seats with perforated leather and AMG embossing. With just 110,000 miles, this 2003 C32 offered by a dealer in Chicago for $8,249 looks like a performance deal — remove those V8 badges someone added lớn its fenders, though. See Mercedes-Benz C-Class models for sale

3. $8,500: 1999 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

1999 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG in silver.

The model that catapulted AMG into the mainstream — at least among enthusiasts — was probably the E55. This purposeful car represented an appealing blend of German conservativism and 1960s-Detroit-grade performance. With 349 hp, these cars were seriously quick, but they were nowhere near as playful as the contemporary BMW M5. Part of that was due lớn AMG’s 5-speed automatic transmission rather than the BMW’s manual gearbox.

Staid isn’t bad, though, as the E55 is an absolute rocketship of a sedan that attracts little attention — especially when painted in oh-so-common silver. This 1999 E55 at a dealer in Seattle checks all those boxes, looking more like an E320 at first glance than the range-topping model. See Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale

4. $9,750: 2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG

2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG in matte charcoal.

If there’s an AMG you may have forgotten, it is probably this one. The original SLK blended mini-SL styling and build quality with a trick folding metal hardtop that gave it year-round usability and high-speed silence compared lớn a typical convertible. As with so many 1990s and 2000s Mercedes-Benz models, however, the standard SLK offered a less-than-pulse-raising experience.

Enter AMG with its supercharged V6 good for nearly 350 hp. This particular SLK32 offered by a private seller in San Antonio wears aftermarket matte paint (or perhaps a wrap), plus aftermarket headlights and extra interior wood trim. If those tweaks satisfy your taste, its $9,750 price tag makes it easily the cheapest SLK32 AMG currently on Autotrader. See Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class models for sale

5. $10,500: 2002 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG

2002 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG in silver.

Now we climb into the big leagues, both literally and figuratively. The CL-Class — as Mercedes-Benz briefly renamed its S-Class coupe lineup — looks like the fat cat it is. These 2-doors offer spacious, beautifully appointed interiors and no shortage of tech. In addition lớn the 355-hp V8 underhood, the CL55 AMG came with Mercedes’ Active Body Control (ABC) suspension, which uses advanced, computer-controlled struts lớn counteract body lean in cornering.

This CL55 AMG at a dealer in Southern California is the cheapest full-size non-SUV AMG on Autotrader and comes with a clean Carfax report. Besides some light wear, it seems lớn retain much of its upper-crust goodness, from the fine leather wrapping just about every surface lớn its glossy wood trim and even its adaptive cruise control — 20 years ago! See Mercedes-Benz CL-Class models for sale

Related:

  • What is AMG? The Origins of Mercedes’ Performance Wing
  • 9 Most Expensive Mercedes-AMG Models on Autotrader
  • Here’s Why the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series Is the Best AMG Car


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If you want an exceptionally fast car wearing the 3-pointed star, you’ll need lớn look lớn Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division.
Once an independent tuner, AMG has been a part of the Mercedes-Benz empire for nearly two decades. AMG takes its “A” and “M” from founders Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher and its “G” from Grossaspach, the town where Aufrecht was born. The company works its magic on everything from Mercedes-Benz’s CLA 4-door up lớn the G-Class SUV, and it has developed its own models, including the ferocious AMG GT lineup.
Today, AMG takes a wholesale approach lớn creating versions of Mercedes-Benz models that offer breathtaking acceleration matched with impressive handling and a comfortable ride. Most Mercedes models also offer AMG styling kits for drivers seeking a taste of what the division can do.

Buying a used AMG may not be for the faint of heart, but drivers ready for extra maintenance in exchange for rarity may want lớn consider an older model. Here are five of the cheapest AMG models currently for sale on Autotrader.

1. $4,995: 2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG

The ML55 wasn’t the first Mercedes-Benz SUV (that was the G-Class), and it wasn’t the first SUV tweaked by AMG (also the G-Class). It was the first Mercedes-Benz SUV officially sold lớn Americans. The Alabama-built M-Class broke a lot of ground for Mercedes-Benz and the luxury car segment. It paired modest off-road ability with a comfortable ride and a spacious cabin. It didn’t offer much excitement — until the ML55 arrived.
Under its hood sat the automaker’s 5.4-liter (rounded up lớn 55) V8 rated at a healthy 342 hp. While not quite razor-sharp in its reflexes, the ML55 nonetheless offered good handling and a firmer ride. Its domed hood, flared fenders, and monoblock-ish wheels gave it a purposeful look. For just $4,995, this ML55 offered by a private seller in Florida offers more than just a taste of the AMG experience. See Mercedes-Benz M-Class models for sale
2. $8,249: 2003 Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG

The second-generation C-Class offered softer styling than its comparatively upright predecessor, plus improved ride quality and a cabin with a much more modern feel. AMG took a different approach in hopping up the smallest Mercedes model, then offered lớn American buyers. Though it lacked the V8 engine of its C43 predecessor, the supercharged V6 under the hood of the C32 AMG served up 354 willing horsepower and benefitted from a suspension that offered far improved handling.
The cars were all business inside with bolstered seats with perforated leather and AMG embossing. With just 110,000 miles, this 2003 C32 offered by a dealer in Chicago for $8,249 looks like a performance deal — remove those V8 badges someone added lớn its fenders, though. See Mercedes-Benz C-Class models for sale
3. $8,500: 1999 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

The model that catapulted AMG into the mainstream — at least among enthusiasts — was probably the E55. This purposeful car represented an appealing blend of German conservativism and 1960s-Detroit-grade performance. With 349 hp, these cars were seriously quick, but they were nowhere near as playful as the contemporary BMW M5. Part of that was due lớn AMG’s 5-speed automatic transmission rather than the BMW’s manual gearbox.
Staid isn’t bad, though, as the E55 is an absolute rocketship of a sedan that attracts little attention — especially when painted in oh-so-common silver. This 1999 E55 at a dealer in Seattle checks all those boxes, looking more like an E320 at first glance than the range-topping model. See Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale
4. $9,750: 2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG

If there’s an AMG you may have forgotten, it is probably this one. The original SLK blended mini-SL styling and build quality with a trick folding metal hardtop that gave it year-round usability and high-speed silence compared lớn a typical convertible. As with so many 1990s and 2000s Mercedes-Benz models, however, the standard SLK offered a less-than-pulse-raising experience.
Enter AMG with its supercharged V6 good for nearly 350 hp. This particular SLK32 offered by a private seller in San Antonio wears aftermarket matte paint (or perhaps a wrap), plus aftermarket headlights and extra interior wood trim. If those tweaks satisfy your taste, its $9,750 price tag makes it easily the cheapest SLK32 AMG currently on Autotrader. See Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class models for sale
5. $10,500: 2002 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG

Now we climb into the big leagues, both literally and figuratively. The CL-Class — as Mercedes-Benz briefly renamed its S-Class coupe lineup — looks like the fat cat it is. These 2-doors offer spacious, beautifully appointed interiors and no shortage of tech. In addition lớn the 355-hp V8 underhood, the CL55 AMG came with Mercedes’ Active Body Control (ABC) suspension, which uses advanced, computer-controlled struts lớn counteract body lean in cornering.
This CL55 AMG at a dealer in Southern California is the cheapest full-size non-SUV AMG on Autotrader and comes with a clean Carfax report. Besides some light wear, it seems lớn retain much of its upper-crust goodness, from the fine leather wrapping just about every surface lớn its glossy wood trim and even its adaptive cruise control — 20 years ago! See Mercedes-Benz CL-Class models for sale
Related:
What is AMG? The Origins of Mercedes’ Performance Wing
9 Most Expensive Mercedes-AMG Models on Autotrader
Here’s Why the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series Is the Best AMG Car

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If you want an exceptionally fast car wearing the 3-pointed star, you’ll need lớn look lớn Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division.
Once an independent tuner, AMG has been a part of the Mercedes-Benz empire for nearly two decades. AMG takes its “A” and “M” from founders Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher and its “G” from Grossaspach, the town where Aufrecht was born. The company works its magic on everything from Mercedes-Benz’s CLA 4-door up lớn the G-Class SUV, and it has developed its own models, including the ferocious AMG GT lineup.
Today, AMG takes a wholesale approach lớn creating versions of Mercedes-Benz models that offer breathtaking acceleration matched with impressive handling and a comfortable ride. Most Mercedes models also offer AMG styling kits for drivers seeking a taste of what the division can do.

Buying a used AMG may not be for the faint of heart, but drivers ready for extra maintenance in exchange for rarity may want lớn consider an older model. Here are five of the cheapest AMG models currently for sale on Autotrader.

1. $4,995: 2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG

The ML55 wasn’t the first Mercedes-Benz SUV (that was the G-Class), and it wasn’t the first SUV tweaked by AMG (also the G-Class). It was the first Mercedes-Benz SUV officially sold lớn Americans. The Alabama-built M-Class broke a lot of ground for Mercedes-Benz and the luxury car segment. It paired modest off-road ability with a comfortable ride and a spacious cabin. It didn’t offer much excitement — until the ML55 arrived.
Under its hood sat the automaker’s 5.4-liter (rounded up lớn 55) V8 rated at a healthy 342 hp. While not quite razor-sharp in its reflexes, the ML55 nonetheless offered good handling and a firmer ride. Its domed hood, flared fenders, and monoblock-ish wheels gave it a purposeful look. For just $4,995, this ML55 offered by a private seller in Florida offers more than just a taste of the AMG experience. See Mercedes-Benz M-Class models for sale
2. $8,249: 2003 Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG

The second-generation C-Class offered softer styling than its comparatively upright predecessor, plus improved ride quality and a cabin with a much more modern feel. AMG took a different approach in hopping up the smallest Mercedes model, then offered lớn American buyers. Though it lacked the V8 engine of its C43 predecessor, the supercharged V6 under the hood of the C32 AMG served up 354 willing horsepower and benefitted from a suspension that offered far improved handling.
The cars were all business inside with bolstered seats with perforated leather and AMG embossing. With just 110,000 miles, this 2003 C32 offered by a dealer in Chicago for $8,249 looks like a performance deal — remove those V8 badges someone added lớn its fenders, though. See Mercedes-Benz C-Class models for sale
3. $8,500: 1999 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

The model that catapulted AMG into the mainstream — at least among enthusiasts — was probably the E55. This purposeful car represented an appealing blend of German conservativism and 1960s-Detroit-grade performance. With 349 hp, these cars were seriously quick, but they were nowhere near as playful as the contemporary BMW M5. Part of that was due lớn AMG’s 5-speed automatic transmission rather than the BMW’s manual gearbox.
Staid isn’t bad, though, as the E55 is an absolute rocketship of a sedan that attracts little attention — especially when painted in oh-so-common silver. This 1999 E55 at a dealer in Seattle checks all those boxes, looking more like an E320 at first glance than the range-topping model. See Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale
4. $9,750: 2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG

If there’s an AMG you may have forgotten, it is probably this one. The original SLK blended mini-SL styling and build quality with a trick folding metal hardtop that gave it year-round usability and high-speed silence compared lớn a typical convertible. As with so many 1990s and 2000s Mercedes-Benz models, however, the standard SLK offered a less-than-pulse-raising experience.
Enter AMG with its supercharged V6 good for nearly 350 hp. This particular SLK32 offered by a private seller in San Antonio wears aftermarket matte paint (or perhaps a wrap), plus aftermarket headlights and extra interior wood trim. If those tweaks satisfy your taste, its $9,750 price tag makes it easily the cheapest SLK32 AMG currently on Autotrader. See Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class models for sale
5. $10,500: 2002 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG

Now we climb into the big leagues, both literally and figuratively. The CL-Class — as Mercedes-Benz briefly renamed its S-Class coupe lineup — looks like the fat cat it is. These 2-doors offer spacious, beautifully appointed interiors and no shortage of tech. In addition lớn the 355-hp V8 underhood, the CL55 AMG came with Mercedes’ Active Body Control (ABC) suspension, which uses advanced, computer-controlled struts lớn counteract body lean in cornering.
This CL55 AMG at a dealer in Southern California is the cheapest full-size non-SUV AMG on Autotrader and comes with a clean Carfax report. Besides some light wear, it seems lớn retain much of its upper-crust goodness, from the fine leather wrapping just about every surface lớn its glossy wood trim and even its adaptive cruise control — 20 years ago! See Mercedes-Benz CL-Class models for sale
Related:
What is AMG? The Origins of Mercedes’ Performance Wing
9 Most Expensive Mercedes-AMG Models on Autotrader
Here’s Why the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series Is the Best AMG Car

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