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Top^From 2010 to Now

Make: Aston Martin

Model: Vanquish

Released: Nov 2012

Aston Martin's flagship V12 Vanquish arrived in Australia in late 2012, replacing the DBS as the most desirable (and expensive) car in the British marque's stable.
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Make: Aston Martin

Model: Virage

Released: Mar 2011

Discontinued: Sep 2012

NESTLED in Aston Martin’s range between the luxurious DB9 and hardcore DBS, the Virage revived a Newport Pagnell nameplate not seen since the death of the British brand’s boxy coupe of the same name in the mid-1990s.
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Make: Aston Martin

Model: Rapide

Released: Jun 2010

BASED on the DB9 coupe and built to customer order on behalf of Aston Martin by Magna Steyr in Austria, the four-door Rapide limo was the legendary British marque’s response to the likes of Maserati’s Quattroporte, the Mercedes-Benz CLS and Porsche Panamera.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009

Make: Aston Martin

Model: DBS

Released: Feb 2008

Discontinued: Jun 2012

FLAGSHIP of the Aston Martin range and successor to the Vanquish, the DBS was touted as a thoroughbred performance machine, with claimed statistics like 0-100km/h acceleration in 4.3 seconds and a 302km/h top speed, the 380kW/570Nm 48-valve 5.9-litre V12-powered DBS (almost 20kW higher than that of the DB9) was right up there with the quickest super cars.
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Make: Aston Martin

Model: V8 Vantage

Released: Oct 2005

AT 4380mm long, the V8 Vantage compact hatch became the smallest model in the Aston range was powered by an all-new and unique to Aston 283kW/410Nm 4.3-litre 32-valve quad-cam V8.
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Make: Aston Martin

Model: DB9

Released: Nov 2004

THE DB9 was the first vehicle built at Aston Martin’s new plant in Gaydon, England. It was also the first to be constructed using an ultra-lightweight aluminium-bonded frame derived from Aston’s VH (Vertical/Horizontal) platform that went on to underpin all Aston models
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