2011 Aston Martin DB9 Values
The 2011 Aston Martin DB9 is a grand tourer sports car available in coupe and soft-top convertible body styles. Both body styles are powered by a 5.9 liter V12 engine that produces 470 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque, for a 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds and top speed of 190 mph. Rear-wheel drive can be paired with a standard 6-speed manual transmission or optional 6-speed automatic. Fuel mileage is an EPA estimated 11 mpg city and 17 mpg highway, for a combined 13 mpg. Features include 19-inch wheels, full-grain leather interior, heated seats, satellite radio, front parking sensors, rear parking sensors, boot-mounted umbrella, Dolby® audio system, six-CD changer, iPod® connectivity, hands-free phone capability, hard disk drive, and satellite navigation. Safety is comprised of dual-stage front airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, traction control, emergency brake assist, electronic brake distribution, anti-lock braking system, and dynamic stability control. The DB9 is backed by a 3-year/unlimited mile warranty.Read more Read less
The Aston Martin DB9 got a significant refresh for 2009, with more power, revised styling, and a bolstered feature list. For 2011, it gets a few more minor updates--most notably a new adaptive damping system with Sport Mode, and available Bang & Olufsen audio, plus new 20-spoke alloy wheels.
Rip-roaring V12; good ride and sophisticated suspension; nicely executed Volante convertible; handsome looks and exotic appeal
The Aston Martin DB9 is a relatively rare sight, and that rarity, as well as its steeper price, makes it a step more exotic than a Mercedes-Benz SL or the Audi R8, and in the same realm as the Lamborghini Gallardo and the Ferrari California. With an emphasis on well-rounded performance plus long-distance travel potential, it's more an exotic grand-tourer than an all-out sports car. But as with most exotic cars, it's probably the sexy shape that counts most (the DB9 has it), followed closely by a sporty, exotic powertrain--and for that, the DB9's 470-horsepower, V12 also counts. Compared to a number of other edgy supercars, the DB9 offers a little more comfort--thanks to sophistication and fine-tuning, not outright softness.
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