2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage | Buyer’s Guide

Pro driver Parker Kligerman discovers what makes the 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage an icon and information what you require to learn about buying, owning, as well as loving this fantastic vehicle.


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24 Replies to “2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage | Buyer’s Guide”

  1. Who bought the Vantage, well that will be me, but I had a 911 first & I’ll probably have a 911 again. I love my Aston & always will.

  2. Nope. Stunning car, wonderful production quality, awful script/presentation. Capitalise on Sam Smith!

  3. I know, i know, 911 was (and still is?) its main competitor and it’s a great car, but i came to watch a “buyer’s guide” of Aston Vantage, not 10 reasons why 911 is better

    1. Rendra Bagas
      911 is too common and ugly in comparison to the vantage. It’s not all about the speed. Would rather hear and look at the vantage.

  4. I never had much respect for Brit engineering since the fantastically beautiful Jag XKE……..but this car changes my mind. I knew that the English could do the job after my experience with Cosworth but this Aston Martin was a pleasant surprise. It certainly does not hurt to have some Ford DNA in it’s bloodline. The sound of this engine when it comes on the cam is glorious!

  5. Honestly, I would much prefer this to the 911, because I will rarely, if ever, take it to a racetrack, and the looks and sound of this make for such an amazing experience every time you use it.

  6. Nobody talks about how much these cars cost to insure or fix when things go wrong, and as with any car, things will go wrong.

  7. I take you at your word that the Vantage was designed to be a 911 competitor. But to me this is an Apples-Oranges issue. Totally different desires. I’ll just take one of each please.

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