2016Aston MartinV8 Vantage

Only one thing is going through my mind as I blast down the Autobahn at 170 miles per hour: If someone were to give me $100,000 today, I'd go buy a new Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT tomorrow. I know there are a dozen other choices out there – cars that are more powerful, quicker around a road…


2016 Aston Martin V8 Vantage - 2dr Coupe (Base)
2dr Coupe (Base)
MSRP:
$121,295
Engine:
4.7L V-8
MPG:
13 City / 19 HWY
2016 Aston Martin V8 Vantage - 2dr Roadster (Base)
2dr Roadster (Base)
MSRP:
$135,795
Engine:
4.7L V-8
MPG:
13 City / 19 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.
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Aston Martin isn't bringing the Vantage GT8 to the US, but at least you can play with the online configurator.
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The new crazy Vantage would follow in the footsteps of the previous GT12, which was similarly crazy.

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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.
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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.