2016Aston MartinDB9

Fresh Arrival Makes The Virage A Distant Memory My neighbor had been ignoring the various exotics and high-priced luxury cars parked in my driveway for many years – I should have expected that the DB9 would shatter the trend. The morning sun was glistening off the Aston Martin's…


2016 Aston Martin DB9 - Coupe (GT)
Coupe (GT)
MSRP:
$198,250
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
13 City / 19 HWY
2016 Aston Martin DB9 - Coupe (GT Bond Edition)
Coupe (GT Bond Edition)
MSRP:
$235,307
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
13 City / 19 HWY
2016 Aston Martin DB9 - Convertible (GT Volante)
Convertible (GT Volante)
MSRP:
$213,250
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
13 City / 19 HWY
Last 9 Aston Martin DB9s roll off the line

Last DB9s are ready for final inspection.
Aston Martin recalling 6,076 for locking doors

Affected vehicles have locks that work too well.

British automaker Aston Martin is recalling 6,076 vehicles for locks that work a little too well.
Enterprise adds Aston Martin DB9, Rapide S to rental fleet

Enterprise is adding the Aston Martin DB9 and Rapide S to its Exotic Car Collection at locations across America.

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Aston Martin has never been touted for the affordability of its cars, but with its new V8 Vantage GT, it's at least taking a stab at the concept. Priced at $99,900, the company probably feels like it's giving them away.
Aston Martin recalling 6,076 for locking doors

Affected vehicles have locks that work too well.

British automaker Aston Martin is recalling 6,076 vehicles for locks that work a little too well.
Aston Martin recalls 7,000+ vehicles over seat heaters

Aston Martin recalls just about every two-door it's sold in the US since July 2006 because of a switch that may not turn off the seat heater.
Aston Martin recalling majority of cars built since late 2007 over counterfeit Chinese parts

Back in June 2013, Aston Martin recalled just under 700 vehicles over faulty throttle arms that could break without warning. Bad news, for sure – and things just got a whole lot worse. According to Reuters, the British luxury brand now needs to recall 17,590 vehicles due to counterfeit plastic materials being used by a Chinese sub-supplier – that's roughly 75 percent of the company's output over the same period.