aston martin db9 lease

2014 Aston Martin DB9 Lease
$
3058
/Mo.

$22,027 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Includes 1st month payment.)

MSRP $200,770


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Price Breakdown: You have 2 different options when leasing an Aston Martin DB9. First is a 24-month lease with the monthly payments costing $4,031. There is a downpayment of $14,999 and then a couple of associated fees. Total due at signing is $23,975 which includes first months payment. At the end of the 2 year period this translates to $96,744 total paid out. Add that to the downpayment and fees and you will pay $116,688 total. The second lease option is a 36-month lease which costs $3058 per month. Total dues at signing is $22,027 which include downpayment and first month’s lease payment and a few other fees. Total paid over the life of the 3-year lease is $129,652.

Mileage: You are allotted only 5000 miles per year with anything after costing $1.50 per mile. So for the 2-year lease you can put on 10k miles and the 3-year lease gets you 15k miles.

End of Lease: There is an option to purchase the Aston Martin DB9 at the end of either lease. The 24 month lease has a cost to purchase of $106,408. So the total amount paid if you leased then purchased for the 2-year deal would be $223,096. The 36 month lease has a cost to purchase of $98,377. So the total amount if you choose to lease then buy on the 3-year deal is $228,029. It seems the 2-year deal would be better.

Fine Print: Sample quote based on MSRP $200,770.00. 36 monthly payments x $3,058.00 = $110,088 total payments. 5,000 miles per year, at lease end lessee is responsible for $1.50/mile over 15,000 miles and excessive wear and tear. Total amount due at lease signing is $22,027.00 which includes 1st month’s rent payment of $3,058.00, customer down payment of $14,999.00, acquisition fee of $895.00 and security deposit of $3,075.00 (except in NY where it is $749). Closed end lease, lessee has no liability for the difference between the residual value and realized value at lease end. Lessee has option to purchase for $98,377.00 at lease end. Dealer sets final price; which could affect final negotiated price. Higher MSRP will affect lease price. Prices exclude applicable taxes, title, other options and dealer charges. Lessee responsible for insurance. Closed-end lease offered on approved credit by primary lender through participating dealers. Supplies limited. Specific program dates apply. See dealer representative for details.

Sample quote based on MSRP $200,770.00. 24 monthly payments x $4,031.00 = $96,744 total payments. 5,000 miles per year, at lease end lessee is responsible for $1.50/mile over 10,000 miles and excessive wear and tear. Total amount due at lease signing is $23,975.00 which includes 1st month’s rent payment of $4,031.00, customer down payment of $14,999.00, acquisition fee of $895.00 and security deposit of $4,050.00 (except in NY where it is $749). Closed end lease, lessee has no liability for the difference between the residual value and realized value at lease end. Lessee has option to purchase for $106,408.00 at lease end. Dealer sets final price; which could affect final negotiated price. Higher MSRP will affect lease price. Prices exclude applicable taxes, title, other options and dealer charges. Lessee responsible for insurance. Closed-end lease offered on approved credit by primary lender through participating dealers. Supplies limited. Specific program dates apply. See dealer representative for details.

The Aston Martin DB9 is getting on in years. Since 2005, the British Supersport model has been bought and sold by those who regularly cherish owning a sexy ass car. After only two years, the DB( got a makeover in the 2013 model year. Easy touch-ups to grille, bumpers, and rear lip spoiler only enhance the overall beauty of the DB9. The six-liter V12 gets 40 extra horses with the power topping out at 517 horsepower and 467 lb-ft of torque are all put to the pavement via a balanced six-speed automatic to the rear axle. In 4.6 seconds, this British supercar flies from 0-60 MPH.

To pare down the DB9 portly curb weight, generously sized ceramic-carbon composite brake discs are installed, two optional support packages with components made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic inside and outside add to the Diet. The dynamic chassis has been redesigned and now has three instead of two levels: Normal, Sport and Track. Standard equipment for the Aston Martin include 20 inch wheels. Inside, there is even more luxury, with special stitching in the leather, a more modern Infotainment system, and more. The base price is $183k.

Aston Martin DB9 continues the line of the previous model Virage. The facelift for the 2013 model year changed the body only slightly. Striking is the massive aluminum grille included with pedestrian protection: In case of Crash, the polished metal part folds back and reduces the risk of injury to pedestrians. This development could have come from Q himself, the technical experts and faithful friend and helper of James Bond.

Contrary to the current trend of downsizing, the new Aston Martin DB9 has a massive six-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine with 517 hp – a power increase of 40 hp compared to the predecessor. The enormous performance are immediately obvious: even in the low speed range, the 1.8-ton test car reacts immediately to the gas twitching foot. A turbocharger on the Aston Martin DB9 therefore is not necessary. The modified air intake and new cylinder head with variable valve train as well as provide for a high torque of 467 lb-ft. This force transfers the tried and true six-speed automatic transmission on the rear wheels on the road. The smooth circuit and the light steering provide comfort even on curvy track. Easily can the test vehicle zirkeln by serpentine. Only in narrow curves, makes the enormous weight of the coupe noticeable – it’s just more Gran Turismo as an athlete.

This leaves the comfort of the Aston Martin DB9 also agent hearts beat faster. Despite improved performance, the GT road bumps copes even better than before thanks to the stiffer chassis and soft tuned suspension. Even in a noble interior 007 would probably feel right. High-quality leather trim, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and keys cut glass waiting for connoisseurs who appreciate the luxury – and can pay.