2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

Sold: $40,995

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The V8 Vantage is a far cry from the typical right hand drive Japanese vehicles we sell at the dealership, but it's every bit as classic. Considered an exotic bargain in the used market, these Astons are well built, easy to maintain, and very, VERY attractive. This 2007 Vantage is backed by a stout 4.3l V8, shows only 31k miles from new, and power is thrown rearward courtesy of a 6 speed SportShift gearbox. Boasting a rare combination of Onyx Black paintwork over Kestrel Tan leather, the luxury aesthetic is accentuated only further by a rare set of staggered 19" SSR Koenig Specials and BC coilovers. Showing a few light paint chips from daily use, this golden-ratio-designed Aston is in stellar shape overall and would be a fantastic performance car buy for an eager next owner. With a slew of recent service performed, and driven and loved by one of our staff, it's time to let this British classic go to a new home!

For a vehicle nearing its second decade on the road, it's amazing to see how well the design and build quality of this cockpit has held up to modern offerings. At a fraction of the cost, we'd say it outshines most Porsches too! Trimmed in Kestrel Tan leather, the upholstery is in great nick overall and spans the width of the cabin, covering the dash, door cards, and power adjustable seats. The doors pop open at a slightly upward angle, giving an air of sophistication as you toss the keys to the valet at the Four Seasons. The center waterfall is a cornerstone of current Aston design language and feels shamelessly bespoke, housing controls for the SportShift gearbox, automatic climate control and sophisticated factory navigation system. All power equipment works as you'd expect. Power windows, locks, and electric folding side mirrors engage without issue, and the convertible top deploys without a hitch. Parts are pleasantly inexpensive as well, should you need to make repairs in the future. If we were to critique anything, the driver's seat bottom shows some dimpling from normal use. Other than that, we believe you'd be hard pressed to find a better cockpit for the price. 

Sharing a platform with Jaguar's AJ line of V8 powerplants, the 4.3l under the bonnet is a true champion, not only for its indulgent driving experience, but for its overall ease and low cost of service. Utilizing a specialty dry sump oiling system, Aston engineers were able to shove this boisterous V8 far back in the chassis, delivering superior weight balance and handling characteristics. Ours fires right up and all 380 horses make themselves known through the twin exit exhaust, which sounds much better than the redesigned 2008 and up models. While this may not sound like a ton of power compared to other exotic offerings, the Vantage excels in functionality, and when the throttle is mashed, every unit of power becomes pleasantly usable. Power is thrown to a rear limited slip differential, and shifts through the flappy paddles are rapid and direct, thanks to a recent replacement of the clutch. Equally as capable in the twisties, the Vantage is a treat to drive on backroad cruises, and the BC coilovers are comfortable and won't have you yearning for the factory dampers. The brakes are bolstered by new pads and rotors all the way around and stop better than practically anything else we've retailed at this point. The Koenigs are wrapped in Falken rubber. Knee deep in tread, they'll last a good while and should take you safely to wherever you want to show this beauty off!

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