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2007 - Aston Martin Db9 on 2040-cars

US $48,000.00
Year:2007 Mileage:26500 Color: Black
Location:

Parlin, New Jersey, United States

Parlin, New Jersey, United States
2007 - Aston Martin Db9, US $48,000.00, image 1 2007 - Aston Martin Db9, US $48,000.00, image 2

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!

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