Mercedes-Benz has discontinued the AMG GT coupe and convertible for 2022 leaving the sedan as the only offering. The sedan – which Mercedes calls a four-door coupe as you know
GT Its engine feels strong and responsive around town, and it’s remarkably smooth. Standard all-wheel drive also means plenty of traction. On our test track AMG GT sprinted from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5sec.
The GT engine start-stop system is also not conspicuous.Unfortunately the rest of the GT 53 can’t match the power of the engine.
The AMG GT suspension is firmer than our favourite sports sedans. While comfortable on flat highways this car transmits more road imperfections into the cabin than..
The GT’s interior is shared with another 4door coupe from the Mercedes CLS and the large console seats appears to be pulled from the GT coupe.It’s a little intrusive but gives it a sporty cockpit feel
The big plus is the GT 53’s rear hatch. Its 12.7 cubic feet of cargo space is less than other coupe-like sedans but the space itself is wide and deep.
On our 115-mile evaluation cycle it got 22.4 MPG. That’s better than its V8-powered rival but worse than most six-cylinder competition most of which cost a lot less.