The very best selection of used Aston Martin DB9 Volante convertible for sale in the UK. The Aston Martin DB9 Volante was launched in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, replacing the aging DB7 and sharing the same magnificent engine as the Aston Vanquish, the V12 5.9l. Manufactured at the Aston Martin Gaydon facility the DB9 was designed by Henrik Frisker and has an all-aluminum construction.
There are a number of Aston Martin DB9 Volante second hand for sale in the UK and, as with most cars, prices are dependent on age, mileage, condition as well as color and specification. In 2007, for example, the DB9 Volante had electrical component upgrades and sexy LED approach lights fitted to door handles. The suspension was lowered by 8mm and, importantly, the top speed restrictor was removed, enabling the DB9 to max out at 186mph rather than the previously limited 165mph. This is a major consideration for some people looking to buy a used Aston DB9 Volante and will reflect in the selling price.
In 2008 the DB9 received a facelift that majored in on an increase in engine power and torque as well as a redesign to the centre console. The exterior of the Volante remained unchanged. Again, this power will reflect in the price of a second hand Aston Martin DB9 Volante.
Prices of the Used Aston Martin DB9 Volante Convertible
As stated, prices for a second hand Aston Martin DB9 Volante Convertible depend on age, mileage, specification, color, and condition. For these relatively specialist sports supercars, service history is almost essential, and a well maintained DB9 Volante is not generally over expensive to run if serviced at the scheduled intervals. When looking to buy a DB9 Volante, take care to ensure that the car's history is fully checked out. This includes accident damage as well as service history. The colour that you are looking to buy does have a small impact on price, with a grey or silver Aston DB9 convertibles being very popular choices. However, the car looks stunning in most colours including black and white. We feel that green is a choice for the very specialist Aston buyer though.