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Aston Martin DBS

Aston Martin DBS

REVIEW

The name’s DBS. Aston Martin DBS. The link between James Bond and Aston Martin is decades old, but when the franchise was relaunched with Daniel Craig as the salubrious spy in Casino Royale there was only one manufacturer they wanted to feature – Aston Martin (hopefully banishing the memories of Bond driving a BMW Z3 forever…). Now Aston had a new range-topper coming out and it had to be that car – the DBS. Evoking the classic name from the 1970’s the modern DBS took the basic DB9 shape and injected it with steroids – muscular and aggressive but still a very classy looking Aston. Power was from the venerable 5.9 litre V12 which produced 510bhp in this car and was accessed via a deliciously slick manual gearbox – there weren’t many manual V12’s you could buy at the time, and these are certainly rare even second hand. So if you win this car you be sure you’ve got a very cool, very fast, rare supercar that you could park at Goodwood or the Golf club and gain admiring glances. Just try not to flip it like Bond did…

Note: This is a pre-owned car, registered in 2009 (mileage 36,219) and valued at £105,990. In the event that this particular car is no longer available, you will be able to choose a similar car up to the same value.

Stats

Engine / CylsV12 Power510bhp
Displacement5.9ltr Torque569 Nm
Engine PositionFront Top Speed191mph
DrivetrainRWD CO2388 g/km
MPG17.2 mpg Retail Price£105,990
0-62mph4.3secs Cash Alternative£85,000

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