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Finished in Morning Frost White with Obsidian Black Leather Interior this one owner, November 2012 registered (2013 model year) DB9 Coupe has recorded only 2500 miles and comes with the following options in addition to the standard specification:-

Silver stitching, Black brake calipers, Piano black veneer, 700W Premium audio, Reversing camera, DB9 logos on seats, Sport seats, Warm charcoal seatbelts, 2+2 Seating arrangement, 20” five spoke silver alloy wheels. Original list price £143000 inc vat.

This DB9 Coupe is available to purchase today at £130000 including VAT (excluding shipping/delivery costs)

Please note this car is VAT qualifying.

For further details please give The Car Spy a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net.

Aston Martin DB9 in Morning Frost White

N.B. This image was created using the Aston Martin Configurator. It is not an image of the actual car for sale.

Finished in Morning Frost White (AML Special Colour) with Obsidian Black Leather Interior this new, unregistered DB9 Coupe comes with the following options in addition to the standard specification:-

Touchtronic 2 Transmission, Contrast Stitching, 2+2 Seating, DB9 Seat Logo, Electrically Adjustable Heated Front Seats with Side Airbags, Leather Headlining, Piano Black Fascia Trim, Five-spoke Cast Alloy Silver Painted Wheels, Black Brake Calipers, Reversing Camera.

This DB9 Coupe is available to purchase today at £143077 inc VAT (excluding Shipping/Delivery costs)

Please note this car is VAT qualifying.

For further details please give The Car Spy a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net.

Aston Martin DB9 in Morning Frost White

N.B. This image was created using the Aston Martin configurator. It is not an image of the actual car for sale.

So it’s goodbye Virage and hello (revised) DB9. Well it is hardly a surprise since the Virage clearly struggled to make a good case for itself in a line-up of Astons that has been getting increasingly crowded with choice. The Virage therefore is confined, maybe temporarily, to the subs bench of Aston Martin model names and joins the recently banished DBS which was recently replaced with the new Vanquish.

Quite frankly, there is not a great deal that is new with the facelifted DB9 and most of the bodywork design cues come from the outgoing Virage anyway. There is no such thing as an ugly Aston these days so thankfully the DB9 will still attract the same drooling stares as all of the other models in the range…er correction, except the Cygnet of course.

To be fair there have been several changes in the areas of chassis and powertrain which make sure the car is keeping up with the Jones’s. Aston talks a lot about its ‘Gen4 VH Architecture’ which has been applied to the hardware of the new model and is shared with the latest versions of other Aston models. This is basically in-house jargon for the version of technological developments that are being added to AM cars today.

The engine is the 6.0 litre V12 which has been played with to produce a hefty 517 PS and 620 Nm of torque. No performance figures have been quoted in the company’s press release but it is likely that the DB9 will be smidgen quicker than the Virage it replaces.

Carbon Ceramic Matrix discs and calipers are fitted as standard on the DB9 with clever anti-fade and anti-judder technology. The Active Damping System (ADS) has also been enhanced to include three damping settings: Normal, Sport and Track. Somehow it is hard to imagine that many buyers will be opting to select Track mode unless they fancy a jaunt to Nurburgring or if they like to have their spines shattered on a typical B-road in the UK. At least you are given the choice now.

On the equipment side Aston Martin are offering their usual high levels of standard specification and you can create the car of your own individual choice via the on-line configurator which is now live. There is an impressive range of colours to choose from that are both conservative and vivid and lots more carbon fibre bits to pick from for both the exterior and interior of the DB9.

The 2013 DB9 is available to order now in both Coupe and Volante form with the first cars arriving in the UK in October 2012. Prices will start at £131995.

If you would like to know more about the new DB9 or any other Aston Martin model give The Car spy a call on 01732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net

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Finished in Carbon Black with Obsidian Leather Interior this new, unregistered DB9 Volante comes with the following specification:-

Ventilated, grooved disc brakes with ABS, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Traction Control (TC), Adaptive Damping System (ADS), Bright-finish grille, HID projector headlamps (dipped beam), Power-fold exterior heated mirrors, Front and rear parking sensors, LED rear lamps, Full-grain leather interior, Electrically adjustable heated front seats with side airbags, Memory seats and exterior mirrors, Dual stage driver and passenger front airbags, Heated rear screen, Auto-dimming interior rear view mirror, Satellite navigation system, Auxilliary audio input including integrated Apple iPod® connector, Bluetooth® telephone preparation, Trip computer, Cruise control, Tyre pressure monitoring system, Alarm and immobiliser, Umbrella and holder, Three year warranty. Optional Extras: Leather ECU pouch, Garage door opener, Alarm upgrade – volumetric and tilt sensors, First aid kit, Ashtray and cigar lighter. List Price £145819.50 inc VAT.

This DB9 Volante is available to purchase today at £122000 inc VAT (excluding Shipping/Delivery costs)

Please note this DB9 is VAT qualifying.

For further details please give us a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net.

Henrik Fisker is a very talented car designer. Why? Well because he is credited with putting the finishing touches to the DB9 after Ian Callum started the original pencil sketches. If Henrik designed no other car in his lifetime then he would indeed go down as one of the all-time greats because of his efforts with the DB9.

However, he now has his own car company and already he is busy creating more pant-wettingly gorgeous designs. There are several more masterpieces on the way from Henrik we suspect especially if the pretty Fisker Karma is anything to go by.

Back to the DB9. It is beautiful. If aliens landed and wanted to take back a souvenir from Earth to remind them of some of the nicer encounters during their visit they would pick a DB9. And why not? Is it not universally acclaimed as one of the prettiest cars ever produced?

Yes, the E-Type did end up in a few art galleries but try and find one now. And yes, there have been some blinders from Ferrari and Lambo but the Aston just exudes style, poise and class at every level. But then we are biased of course because we come from Blighty.

Can you do better then a DB9? Well how about a DBS then? Looking a little more aggressive cosmetically (without hurting the orginal stunning looks of the DB9) and offering an additional 40 BHP over the 470 on offer in the DB9’s V12. Extensive use of aluminium, carbon fibre and magnesium alloy means the car is light on its feet and 0-60 mph is seen off in a little over 4 seconds. Top speed is a whisker under 200 mph. Say no more.

If you want to feel the wind in your hair while savouring the extra performance of the DBS then you can have the Volante with its convertible roof and equally stunning good looks.

And better still, if you want a brand-new one now we can get you a DBS Volante with the following spec:-

Morning Frost White (special order from Aston Martin), Obsidian Black leather interior with Silver stitching, Black Hood, Piano Black fascia trim and 10-spoke Diamond Graphite alloy wheels.

Interested? Then give us a call on ++44 (0)1474 854490 to find out a lot more about this gorgeous car.