The Aston Martin DB9 is an iconic grand tourer introduced in 2003 to succeed the DB7, it is produced mostly of Aluminium and houses a 5.9 Litre V12 powerhouse. The 2+2 layout is ideal for the gentleman with a young family and is finished in a plethora of leather and alcantara. The lifespan of the model meant several upgrades and ameliorations over the years; 95% of the DB9’s produced were ordered with the touchtronic six speed auto and a very few with the six-speed manual!
We are proud to offer this exceptional 2010 (MY 2011) Aston Martin DB9 with a 6 Speed manual gearbox for sale. This vehicle is a very late car, having been on the production line with the more aggressive and sporty DBS and V12 Vantage. It is believed our car is one of the last DB9 manuals to leave the factory.
Aston Martin’s MY 2011 DB9 facelift saw the fitment of new front bumpers, new side skirts, bilstein variable dampers and a much more ergonomic interior layout with all the modern necessities such as Bluetooth audio. The power remaining at 470 bhp, allowing a 0-62 mph time of 4.6 secs and a top speed of 190 mph.
The spec is something to behold, Silver Blonde over Obsidian Black with falcon grey stitching and tailors grey alcantara headlining. The options include Bang and Olufsen Beosound Audio (A £4000 option!), grey brake calipers, nexus alloy facia trim, front parking sensors, sport seats and the 10 spoke opt forged dt graphite wheels.
Our DB9 has had 3 previous keepers and is currently showing 36,500 miles. It has just been serviced by HWM Aston Martin in January 2018 with brand new front brake discs and pads. The lifetime service history is all main dealer and detailed below:
08/2010 Aston Martin Fleet Operations: 13,854 m
03/2011 Aston Martin Fleet Operations: 18,152 m
05/2012 Aston Martin Grange: 19,339 m
12/2013 Aston Martin Lancaster Cambridge: 24,927 m
11/2015 Aston Martin Grange: 30,328 m
11/2016 Aston Martin Cambridge: 34,437 m
01/2018 HWM Aston Martin: 36,004 m
This is the DB9 to have, it is stunning throughout, an appreciating asset and a very rare MY2011 facelift with the six-speed manual gearbox.