2012Aston MartinDBS

2010 Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black - Click above for high-res image gallery We'll admit right now that we have never been completely taken with the Aston Martin DBS. It wasn't that we didn't like it – on the contrary, it's every bit the fabulous car. It's just that we found the DBS…

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2012 Aston Martin DBS - 2dr Coupe (Base)
2dr Coupe (Base)
MSRP:
$275,461
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
11 City / 17 HWY
2012 Aston Martin DBS - 2dr Coupe (Carbon Black)
2dr Coupe (Carbon Black)
MSRP:
$284,976
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
12 City / 18 HWY
2012 Aston Martin DBS - 2dr Convertible (Volante)
2dr Convertible (Volante)
MSRP:
$290,461
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
11 City / 17 HWY
2012 Aston Martin DBS - 2dr Convertible (Volante Carbon Black)
2dr Convertible (Volante Carbon Black)
MSRP:
$296,387
Engine:
6.0L V-12
MPG:
12 City / 18 HWY
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.
This Aston Martin DBS has lived in a barn since 1986

In 1986, this Aston Martin DBS was rolled into a barn and locked safely away from prying eyes, and for the last 30 years, that is exactly where it has remained, until now.
This guy bought a 1971 Aston Martin DBS instead of a house

The owner of this 1971 Aston Martin DBS decided to buy the classic British grand tourer instead of purchasing a house, and he explained why that was the perfect decision for him to Petrolicious.

For Sale

2010 Aston Martin DBS
$107,888 / 20,565 miles / CA
2010 Aston Martin DBS
$114,990 / 13,325 miles / CA
2011 Aston Martin DBS
$129,990 / 9,137 miles / CA
This guy bought a 1971 Aston Martin DBS instead of a house

The owner of this 1971 Aston Martin DBS decided to buy the classic British grand tourer instead of purchasing a house, and he explained why that was the perfect decision for him to Petrolicious.
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.