The DB9 from Aston Martin is a beautiful 450 brake horsepower grand
touring machine. With the front-midship placement of the
all-aluminum V-12 and the transmission the rear axle, the DB9
enjoys an ideal 50/50 front/rear weight distribution. The Aston
V-12 makes power the old-fashioned way, without variable valve
timing or variable-length intake manifolds. A full 85 percent of
the engine's torque is achieved at 1,500 rpm. It has twin
electronically controlled throttles and a large-bore
stainless-steel dual exhaust which sounds as delicious as anything
Ferrari has to offer. This gorgeous example at Driven is draped in
Carbon Grey metallic paint over a black leather interior with
bamboo trim. It has a clean CarFax, and a recent major service
which included fluids and filters plus new brake pads and rotors
all around. It has clear paint protection film (PPF) over the front
end and rooftop to prevent rock chips. With less than 17,000 miles
travelled, the exterior and interior are in exceptional condition.
The car comes with owner's manual, two remote keys, detailed
service records and of course an umbrella in the ''boot''. This is
a great opportunity to own a superbly maintained naturally
aspirated V-12, hand built by Aston's factory technicians. The era
of small displacement turbocharged cars is upon us. Cars like this
DB9 are not going to be built anymore and this example offers
fantastic value for anyone wanting to experience a British GT with
a glorious V-12.
2005 Aston Martin DB9
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