Used Mercedes-Benz Amg Gt Cars For Sale
The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT can be discovered in variants including the coupe and roadster, as well as the more track-orientated GT3 and GT4 racing cars. While the AMG GT doesn't have the gull-wing doors of its all-out supercar predecessor, the more shouty SLS, it nevertheless roars when put through its 2-seat sports car paces by an enthusiastic driver. If this sounds like the right sort of car for you, be sure to check out findandfundmycar.com's trusted dealer network below, to hopefully get your hands on an affordable pre-owned Mercedes-Benz AMG GT.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £209.89, with a Final Payment of £210.89, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,594.40. Total Cost of Credit £3,594.40. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 5.19%. Representative APR 9.90%.
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How Much is a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT?
While a new Mercedes-Benz AMG GT will cost you anywhere in the region of £98,760 upwards (and a lot upwards), a pre-owned model sourced via our trusted dealer network could hurt the wallet considerably less.
What's the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT's Engine Size?
All Mercedes-Benz AMG GT's utilise the same rudimentary, hand-built twin-turbocharged V8 engine, and all are rear-wheel driven. They just benefit from different power outputs once individually tweaked. The result even in standard AMG GT form sees 469bhp generated, rising to 549bhp in the more muscular and range-topping C model.
What's the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT's Max Speed?
This 2-door sports convertible races towards a top speed of 197mph (where legal), and hits 62mph in a mere 3.5 seconds.
What Insurance Group is the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT in?
All Mercedes-Benz AMG GT models are found sitting within insurance group 50.
What's the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT's Fuel Economy?
The greenest Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, for want of a better word, is the GT 63 S 4Matic. This relatively economic AMG GT model can return some 25mpg on average. Which, from a 639bhp engine, is no mean feat.