DESCRIPTION: For Sale is my beautiful 2007 Aston Martin DB9 with factory Aston Martin CPO Warranty. When I purchased this DB9, I paid for the inspection as well as a 2 year warranty. The CPO inspection is a rigorous 4 hour process! The CPO Warranty expires 5/2015 and can be extended for an additional 2 years! This means you can actually enjoy driving the car instead of worrying about potential costly breakdowns. This vehicle is fully loaded with every factory option including: -Aluminum front grille -Sports package (19" wheels, sport tuned suspension, 1" lowered ride height) -Front skid plate (prevents damage to front fascia) -Ventilated slotted front and rear brake rotors -6 piston front and 4 piston red brake calipers -Upgraded Lynn sound system with sub woofer -"Clear skin" over rockers and rear quarter panels to protect against chips and scratches -Contrast black/red leather interior -Black piano wood accents -Parking sensors -Heated seats -Navigation -Bluetooth -Aston Martin full size umbrella -Aston Martin battery tender -Aston Martin tire repair/inflator kit (never used) This DB9 is also extremely rare as it comes with a 6 speed manual transmission. Less than 5% of all DB9's EVER made have the optional 6 speed manual. In my opinion, you cannot drive this car unless it's manual, an automatic transmission simply does not do this car justice. Additionally, this DB9 comes with full Aston Martin service history, and at this point does NOT require any maintenance for at least another year or 10k miles (whichever comes first). The car will also come with the Aston Martin owners Manuel, Navigation DVDs, and 2 sets of keys. -Oil and Filter service performed 6/2014 -Tires were changed 6,600 miles ago -Brakes were changed 1,800 miles ago Basically, this DB9 is ready to be a daily driver or can be parked in your living room as a work of art because it's in pristine showroom condition. Although I mostly drive the car on weekends, I have driven it several times to work from NJ to Manhattan where the roads differ greatly. The DB9 feels comfortable in any setting and road surface. The ride is never too stiff and has just enough modern creature comforts that you would never expect from a car that's nearly 7 years old or rather young! I am selling the car simply because I need the money to fund a new business, additionally, as can be seen from the miles, I just have not had time to use the car as much as I hoped I would. With that being said, I am not desperate to sell the car, however, I am negotiable on the price. Similar DB9's that are NOT fully loaded, do NOT have the rare 6 speed manual transmission, and certainly do NOT have the CPO Aston Martin Warranty have sold for my current asking price. Additionally, the cost of a 1 year Aston Martin CPO Warranty is around $4,000, making this car a fantastic value. Hopefully, this car can go to a home that will love and cherish it as much as I have.
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Auto blogSun, 23 Mar 2014 09:00:00 EST
The agonizingly slow courtship between Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz has been a regular topic of conversation ever since the 2009 Lagonda Concept debuted, riding on a Mercedes GL chassis. Beyond that one polarizing concept, though, nearly every other attempt to pair the two brands up in a major way has fallen through. Only the technical partnership between Mercedes and Aston for certain components from AMG, which was negotiated back in July, has held up so far.
That may finally be set to change, according to an excellent profile of the two brands' relationship from Automobile, which claims that two platforms will unite the Germans and Brits. The first tie up is, not surprisingly, a sports car.
As Aston Martin's VH platform - which underpins every car that comes out of Gaydon - continues to age, the pressure will well and truly be on Aston to find a next-gen replacement to underpin the successors to the Vantage, Vanquish, DB9 and Rapide. Automobile claims Mercedes has just such an architecture, in the form its new modular sports car platform. This new platform is slated for the next-generation SLK and SL and is still in its design infancy.
The development of a partnership between Mercedes-Benz and Aston Martin has been a long time coming. The news dates back to 2008, and over the five years since was supposed to lead to a rejuvenation of both the Maybach and Lagonda brands. That program ultimately fell apart, but the tie-in was forged afresh in July when the two automakers signed a letter of intent over a renewed partnership. And now that partnership has been formalized.
In a deal just announced, Mercedes-AMG will build a new V8 engine for Aston Martin that will power a new generation of luxury GTs for the British marque, presumably to replace the 4.7-liter V8 in the Vantage. The relationship appears to be similar to the one already in place between AMG and Pagani, only in this case, will involve Daimler taking as much as a five-percent stake in Aston Martin and an observer seat on Aston's board.
The technical partnership is also set to lead to the supply of electric and electronic systems, and could incorporate "additional areas of cooperation in the future." Whether that will include a fresh attempt at reviving Lagonda remains to be seen, as does the future of Aston's long-serving, Ford-based 6.0-liter V12 engine. But for now you can read the full announcement below.
There's been talk of late about the technical partnership between Aston Martin and the AMG division of Mercedes-Benz going beyond engines to include Mercedes sports car and SUV platforms for the English brand, perhaps as a way to kickstart the development of a Lagonda SUV. But AMG CEO Tobias Moers, speaking to Top Gear, said that's effectively out of the question because, "No one has the time to discuss any more involvement than that for now."
Moers believes Aston Martin will be so busy "for the next two to three years" integrating its AMG-sourced engine and electronics that it won't have the resources to devote to working out a platform-sharing deal; Daimler sources have already said that Aston Martin's development budget "just isn't enough" to even consider a whole new model, and that greater cooperation would require something like a larger ownership stake in the boutique sports car maker.
AMG, in the meantime, is busy with the recent launch of the GLA45 AMG, the coming C63 AMG and its rumored 4.0-liter V8, the Mercedes-AMG GT and its assault on the Porsche 911 among who-knows-what other skunkworks projects. Moers said the technical partnership is about profit for AMG, clear and simple, and, "All these rumors about platform sharing are nice but no one at Aston or Mercedes has the time to discuss them."