Used 2008 Aston Martin DBS Pricing
The DBS is Aston Martin's all-new flagship for 2008.
- Decadent power, beautifully crafted cabin, surprisingly livable for road trips and commuting, muscular take on DB9 styling, it's James Bond's car.
- Steering could use more weight and feel, limited passenger seat movement, having to avoid throngs of envious onlookers.
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Features & Specs
|2dr Coupe (5.9L 12cyl 6M)|
|Horsepower||510 hp @ 6500 rpm|
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The dormant DBS fires alive, its vicious 510-horse V12 awakening with a sharp blip and a mighty roar like the crack of a whip inciting an avalanche. Your heart skips a beat, your grin widens, you start humming "Rule Britannia." If this ever got old, it would be time to sell everything off and pursue a higher calling.
Yet the 2008 Aston Martin DBS story begins a few seconds earlier than this glorious ignition. For most cars, the key is an afterthought, but experiencing the DBS truly begins with its key. Actually, it's not really a key at all. Aston calls it the "Emotion Control Unit," a weighty item the size of most other key fobs and adorned in stainless steel and piano black trim, topped by polished sapphire crystal. The car comes with one; an extra will set you back $1,510. The driver slides this key, er, Emotion Control Unit into its round slot -- also crafted in crystal -- below the center air vents, depresses it for 2 seconds and then, blip-roar.
In any other car, any other brand, the ECU could be shaken off as an annoying frivolity inferior to increasingly popular keyless ignition/entry systems that allow you to leave the key fob in your pocket or purse. But that's rational practicality talking, and there's little room for that when discussing the Aston Martin DBS. Buying one of these stunning, visceral performance cars is an emotional affair. If you're not taken in by its DB9-on-steroids styling, legendary British brand appeal (including its Bond connection) and that knee-weakening engine, forget it. Buy a regular DB9 or a Ferrari or a Lamborghini or whatever personal watercraft costs $260 large.
Like most exotics, the 2008 Aston Martin DBS is an automobile like no other -- right down to its key.
Used 2008 Aston Martin DBS Overview
The Used 2008 Aston Martin DBS comes with rear wheel drive, . Available transmissions include: 6-speed manual, .
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