2015Aston MartinDB9

Aston Martin DB9

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…

- Reviewed by Michael Harley

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2015 Aston Martin DB9
MSRP: $188,295 - $213,295
2014 Aston Martin DB9
MSRP: $183,700 - $198,700
2013 Aston Martin DB9
MSRP: $183,300 - $198,300
2012 Aston Martin DB9
MSRP: $189,915 - $211,821
2011 Aston Martin DB9
MSRP: $187,615 - $201,115
Aston Martin DB11 gets back to work at the Nurburgring

Aston Martin has been spotted once again testing a prototype for the successor to the long-serving DB9, expected to be dubbed DB11, at the Nürburgring.
One-off Aston Martin DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial up for grabs

Zagato only made this one DB9 Spyder to celebrate Aston Martin's centenary two years ago, and now that solitary example is going up for auction at Pebble Beach this summer.
Kahn tackles Aston Martin with a Vengeance

British tuner Kahn Design previews the design for its upcoming Aston Martin Vengeance, a coachbuilt custom sports car based on the DB9 but with modified bodywork.

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Aston to show $99k V8 Vantage GT, special editions in NY [w/video]

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.
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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.
Aston Martin recalling 689 vehicles over faulty throttle arms

There have been quite a few recalls to report lately, but as proof that no automaker is immune from the bug, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a recall that affects almost the entire 2012-13 Aston Martin lineup of vehicles. A total of 689 DB9, Rapide, Virage, V8 Vantage and V12 Vantage models built between May 2012 and April 2013 are being recalled due to an issue with the throttle pedal arm that could cause it to break without warning. Only 498 recalled vehicles a