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Aston Martin Ranges

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  • Aston Martin DB11 Volante (2018 onwards) Review

    Aston’s range-topping GT gets the convertible treatment

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £162,955 - £174,150
    PROS
    • Gorgeous looks
    • Great to drive
    • Characterful engine
    CONS
    • Firm seats
    • Interior feels cheap in places
    • Less rear-seat/boot space than coupe
    • Some wind noise at speed
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  • Aston Martin DBX SUV (2020 onwards) Review

    Aston Martin’s most family-friendly model to date

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £158,055 - £158,055
    PROS
    • Four-door SUV body emphasises practicality
    • Arguably classier than a Bentley Bentayga
    • 4.0-litre V8 is well-proven in other applications
    CONS
    • Proportions are a little strange
    • Won't please purists
    • Is it ever likely to go off-road?
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  • Aston Martin Rapide (2010 onwards) Review

    Achingly handsome coupe is impressive to drive

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £150,749 - £196,199
    PROS
    • Beautiful styling
    • Characterful engine
    • An engaging driver’s car
    • Serious exclusivity
    CONS
    • Switchgear could be better
    • High running costs
    • Rivals offer better rear seat space
    • Lack of autonomous safety kit
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  • Aston Martin Vantage Coupe (2018 onwards) Review

    Long overdue replacement for Aston’s best-selling sports car

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £114,905 - £120,955
    PROS
    • Responsive, powerful, characterful V8
    • Agile rear-wheel drive chassis
    • Head-turning looks
    • Comfortable and sporty driving position
    CONS
    • High price
    • Agile, but could be lighter
    • Interior quality disappoints in places
    • Outdated infotainment system
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  • Aston Martin Vantage Roadster (2020 onwards) Review

    Baby Aston roadster takes on Porsche 911 Cabriolet

    Parkers rating: 4.3 out of 5 4.3
    New price: £127,005 - £127,005
    PROS
    • Brilliant engine sound
    • Fabulous handling
    • Impressive ride quality
    CONS
    • Messy cabin layout
    • Outdated infotainment
    • Auto gearbox not as good as a 911’s
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Aston Martin was formed in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, and initially concentrated on hill climb and racing cars, before branching out into roadgoing sports cars. Although its twin cam-powered cars gained great recognition in the early days, it wasn't until 1947, when David Brown took over the company, and launched its legendary DB range of cars.

In recent years, the DB4 and DB5 have become hugely valued and desirable classic cars, which has brought up the values of all the other cars in this line. After some tough times in the 1970s, new owner Victor Gauntlett brought profitability to the company, leading to a buy-out by Ford, which was completed in 1994. Since then, the DB7 and DB9 have brought modernity to the company - and a styling strain that remains in place to this day with the DB11.