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Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Owner Smashes Car With Golf Club

Footage has emerged of a furious Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG owner using a golf club to smash his expensive German luxury sedan in South Korea.

The 33-year-old owner was protesting the poor service from his local Mercedes-Benz dealership. It is reported that the S-Class’s engine stopping running on three separate occasions. The owner then took the car back to the local Mercedes dealer who apparently promised to exchange the car if the engine suddenly stopped again.

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When the engine did in fact stall for a fourth time while the driver was behind the wheel with his family on board, he immediately headed back to the dealership. The dealership workers told him that they couldn’t do anything until their boss returned from an ongoing business trip.

Not satisfied with this explanation, the frustrated owner decided to take things into his own hands. He grabbed a gold club out of the boot and swiftly set about smashing the body panels, windows as well as the headlights and taillights of the expensive super-sedan.

27 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for your great news gtspirit, much appreciated. However, if I may correct one thing in your article, this occurred in South Korea, not China. It would be much appreciated if you could amend that from the article.
    Warm regards,
    Charlie

    • It is S63 AMG and it was in Korea tippy dumbass. Gotta stupid so you have to be if you are arguing about something which is written in the car in the video. It clearly states S63 AMG.

      Wow, there is stupid and then there is the likes of those similar to you. Literacy, really is an important skill.

    • It is S63 AMG and it was in Korea you dumbass. How stupid do you have to be if you are arguing about something which is written on the car in the video. It clearly states S63 AMG.
      Wow, there is stupid and then there is the likes of those similar to you. Literacy, really is an important skill.

    • Chinese Number plates are not any kind like that slim one. It is all same standard size and looks twice bigger than that.

  2. Yes is from Korea ,the China one is another story.. U see careful in the video there’s a lot of Korean writing on bas and building..and is c63

    • yes, Korea. In fact China has extremely good customer service when it comes to luxury cars. Rich men are either powerful men, politicians or mafias or all of the above. They are “bosses” in any circumstances, dealers won’t dare cross them. If a man buys enough worth of Mercedes he can pretty much ask to fuck the dealers wife or sister or daughter too, he still has to take the deal. If it’s China and any dealership really does anything like the Koreans, it’s not the car that get smashed, it’s the dealer’s head and the shop. Probably everyone who works there too. He’s powerful enough the cops will come help too.

  3. get the point – Mercedes is piece of junk – I have C300 2015 and it was in dealership five times in first few month of owning it – two times for wind noise from all four doors – and dealer said that how it is – this is call service and standard of quality for you

  4. That’s Korea not China. Please revise the article. Chinese license plates are blue with white letters. You can see all the Korean logos in the back.

  5. so the car stopped to prevent further damaged to the engine as a safety measure….. so this chinaman wrecks a perfectly good golf club…..

  6. The owner’s wife is pregnant and unconscious at the incident. The car was in the shop 20 days for the first fix and 40 days for second fix, but it continues. There are 12 more S63 AMG owners who have same problem joined the demonstration.

  7. This man needs anger management and also get another better car than a Mercedes-Benz. Let’s see where he can get out of his tamtrum and his stupid way of seem to fix things in life. Good luck getting it replace.

  8. Last update,
    Dealership promised to chage a new car with him.
    And guys said about stop&go options, it’s not the situation with that. Engine stall occured during driving actually.

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