2011 Aston Martin DBS Values

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2011 model year changes

The Aston Martin DBS sees no changes for 2011.

Competitive comparison

Very exclusive; top-tier performance; V12 soundtrack; good ride comfort for an exotic

Special features for 2011

If the Aston Martin DB9 or V8 Vantage isn't quite rare enough, the Aston DBS should almost provide the requisite exclusivity. Competing with the likes of the Ferrari 599 GTB or Lamborghini Aventador--but with a little more ride comfort, and a somewhat more lavishly finished cabin--the DBS can approach the $300,000 mark if optioned properly.


A grand tourer sports car based on the DB9, the 2011 Aston Martin DBS is available in coupe and soft-top convertible body styles. Both body styles are powered by a 5.9 liter V12 engine that produces 510 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque, for a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds and top speed of 191 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 20-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. DBS owners can upgrade to a Carbon Black trim that features carbon black paint and black interior trimming. The DBS is backed by a 3-year/unlimited mile warranty.