Aston Martin speculators are losing out
However, this automotive crapshoot is not without its risks, as evidenced by the over abundance of Aston Martin V8 Vantages flooding the used car market across the pond. The supposed 911-fighter was expected to have a two- to three-year waiting list, but according to 4Car, Autotrader is listing over 50 Vantages, with prices ranging from £80-90k depending on what marks were checked off in the options menu. This, coupled with a quicker-than-expected production schedule for new vehicles, is causing speculation buyers to sit on their vehicles for longer periods of time.
As this same trend has played itself out numerous times before (the first Miata and the Cayman come to mind), what's your take on prospect buying? Your opinions can find a voice in 'comments.'
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