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How much does a DB9 Aston Martin cost?

How much does a DB9 Aston Martin cost?

The 2016 Aston Martin DB9 GT has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of around $203,000 for the coupe and about $218,000 for a Volante convertible. If you’re opting for the Bond Edition, you’ll pay $240,000 for the coupe-only option.

How much is a 2021 DB9?

Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $334,700.

What does the DB stand for in DB5?

The DB moniker used on multiple Aston Martin models actually stands for David Brown, who purchased Aston Martin in 1947.

How many miles can a Aston Martin last?

The Aston Martin can’t last as long as its less luxurious counterparts, especially without constant repairs. You can expect it to last about 150,000, or a little less than ten years on average.

What makes the Aston Martin DB9 so special?

Following iterations of DB9 continued to improve the Aston Martin flagship. A powerful AM11 V12 engine increased power to 517 ps, with torque of up to 620 NM. Advanced carbon ceramic brakes gave DB9 a better response with a longer life, as well as improved performance with virtually no fade.

What is the best Aston Martin of the 21st century?

However, perhaps one of the best Aston Martin’s to come from the 21st century, if not the best, is the DB9. The DB9 was first shown off by Aston Martin in 2003 at the Frankfurt Auto Show, and was put into production in 2004.

What kind of engine does a Gaydon Aston Martin have?

Powered by a V12 engine, this was also the first Aston Martin to be developed on the VH (Vertical / Horizontal) Platform which underpinned all Gaydon produced cars.

When did the DB9 get a facelift?

The DB9 received a facelift in July 2008. This facelift was mainly the increase in engine power and torque, to 477 PS (351 kW; 470 hp) and 600 N⋅m (443 lb⋅ft), and a redesigned centre console. Externally, the DB9 remained virtually unchanged.