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2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT
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2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Pricing and Specs

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$219,900*

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 2021 prices range from $219,900 for the basic trim level Sedan AMG GT GT53 4Matic+ (hybrid) to $864,930 for the top of the range Coupe AMG GT GT Black Series.

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 2021 comes in Convertible, Coupe and Sedan.

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 2021 is available in Premium Unleaded Petrol and Hybrid with Premium Unleaded. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Sedan 3.0L 9 SP Auto Dual Clutch to the Coupe 4.0L 7 SP Auto Dual Clutch.

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Convertible

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Models SPECS PRICE
GT C 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $312,000 – 394,460
GT C 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $320,500 – 405,240

Coupe

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Models SPECS PRICE
GT Black Series 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $684,100 – 864,930
GT C 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $289,700 – 366,300
GT C 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $292,900 – 370,370
GT Night Edition 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $249,800 – 315,810
GT R 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $317,000 – 400,840
GT R 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $315,400 – 398,750
GT R PRO 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed $389,100 – 491,920
GT S 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $272,800 – 344,960

Sedan

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Models SPECS PRICE
GT53 4Matic+ (hybrid) 3.0LHybrid with Premium Unleaded9 speed automatic $219,900 – 278,080
GT63 S 4Matic+ 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol9 speed $310,400 – 392,480

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 2021 FAQs

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  • What van should I get to build a camper van?

    Mitsubishi’s L300 Express was available as a four-wheel-drive model way back in the 1980s (83 to 86) and was a very popular van to convert for camping thanks to that all-wheel-drive grip that allowed it to tackle rough roads with little problem. After 1986, a few of the later model Express 4WD vans (often badged Delica) made it into Australia as private imports, and there are a few of them around now to choose from.

    The requirement to be able to stand up inside the vehicle will limit your choices a little, but popular vans like the Toyota HiAce, Ford Transit and Mercedes-Benz Vito were available in a high-roof configuration. Even though they lacked all-wheel-drive, generally rugged construction means they should cope with dirt roads pretty well. They just won’t have the grip for off-road work.

    As with any second-hand commercial vehicle, try to find out what it did in its previous life. A van that has been used for hard labour might well be worn out. And don’t forget, nobody bought these things new for anything other than a working life.

    If, on the other hand, you’re shipping for a brand-new van, there are plenty of options from Ford, Mercedes, Peugeot, Fiat, Toyota and more. The vast majority of them use a turbo-diesel engine so will be quite economical and many also offer an automatic transmission for ease of driving. Choose the one that suits your intended layout best in terms of side and rear doors and the ability to climb from the front seat into the van area without leaving the vehicle (some have cargo barriers that will prevent this).

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  • I tried to buy a new set of the specified, run-flat tyres for my 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C250. None will be in stock until June...

    You don’t have to fit run-flat tyres to your car, but it can be a lot more convenient. A decade or so ago, it was quite common to replace run-flat tyres with more conventional tyres as the ride quality of run-flats was relatively poor. These days, that isn’t the case to the same extent, and run-flats have come a long way.

    But if you can’t get them in the correct size, then you have a problem that can be solved by fitting conventional tyres of the correct size, speed rating and load rating. A tyre shop should be able to sort this out for you.

    The catch, of course, is that a conventional tyre won’t get you home if it deflates for any reason (as a run-flat is designed to do). The knock-on problem there is that a car designed for run-flats will not only not have a spare tyre, it won’t even have a physical space to put one. The solution then is to find a repair kit of the type found in many cars today. This amounts to a tin of repair solution which is added to the tyre through the valve and the tyre reinflated with the attached compressor.

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  • The transmission keeps slipping on my 2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Do you know what could fix this?

    If the transmission is working properly between bouts of slippage, then it’s reasonable to think that this could be an electronic problem rather than a mechanical one. By turning the ignition off and then restarting, you’re effectively resetting the computer that controls the transmission. That’s why the gearbox comes good for a period before reverting to its old tricks.

    That’s on the surface, anyway, but the problem could also be within the torque converter or something intermittent inside the actual gearsets, clutches, bands or valve body that is giving the same set of symptoms.

    Ultimately, this is probably going to require a trip to a transmission specialist who will be able to identify the cause more accurately. In the meantime, though, there’s something you can try that might reset the transmission more permanently. On this model Mercedes-Benz, there’s a specific transmission-reset procedure that should take the gearbox back to its original factory settings. If that’s the case, it might fix your problem, but if not, then you need to call in the experts.

    The procedure starts with getting in the car, closing all the doors and turning the ignition key to the on position, but not actually starting the engine. You should have all the dashboard lights illuminated at this point. Then, press the accelerator pedal right to the floor, making sure you can feel that the kick-down détente has been activated. Hold the pedal all the way down for at least 60 seconds and then, without releasing the accelerator, turn off the ignition. Don’t open the door and don’t remove the key from the ignition. Now release the accelerator and wait five minutes before starting the engine and going for a test drive.

    Good luck.

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