Great drives: The Hammer | CarAdvice Flashback

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Not as raucous at idle as I expected, that glorious 6.0-litre V8 does, eventually, come into its own higher in the rev band. The suspension too, is subtle, nowhere near as firm as those in its modern counterpart, the Mercedes-AMG E63. It’s surprisingly supple over the B-roads of the Eifel mountains I now find myself on, more Autobahn cruiser than corner-carver. The steering is best described as vague (it is an almost 30-year-old car, so we’ll forgive it a bit of dementia).

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