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Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera Touchtronic +7
Aston Martin DBS £204,995
DBS V12 Superleggera Touchtronic P

2021

Automatic

31.4 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 2,970

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS Superleggera V12 Superleggera +7
Aston Martin DBS £179,995
DBS Superleggera V12 Superleggera. One Owner Fr

2020

Automatic

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 4,246

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera VAT Qualifyi +7
Aston Martin DBS £234,900
DBS V12 Superleggera VAT Qualifyi

2022

Automatic

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 305

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera Volante Touc +7
Aston Martin DBS £246,995
DBS V12 Superleggera Volante Touch

2022

Automatic

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 911

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera Touchtronic +7
Aston Martin DBS £204,995
DBS V12 Superleggera Touchtronic

2021

Automatic

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,284

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Touchtro +24
Aston Martin DBS £179,995
DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Touchtronic Auto

2021

Semi-Auto

20.9 mpg

Tax: £155

Mileage: 3,286

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Volante +11
Aston Martin DBS £214,990
DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Volante Touchtronic Auto

2020

Semi-Auto

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,500

Petrol

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Aston Martin DBS DBS Superleggera 5.2 V12 Twin Tur +7
Aston Martin DBS £199,995
DBS Superleggera 5.2 V12 Twin Turbo. Premium Au

2020

Automatic

20.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,857

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Volante +24
Aston Martin DBS £219,995
DBS V12 Superleggera 2dr Volante Touchtronic Auto

2021

Semi-Auto

20.9 mpg

Tax: £155

Mileage: 4,321

Petrol

Aston Martin DBS DBS 6.0 V12 T-TronicII Euro 4 2dr +19
Aston Martin DBS £81,995
DBS 6.0 V12 T-TronicII Euro 4 2dr Low Mileage, Lovely History
Finance from £1928 per month

2009

Automatic

18.2 mpg

Tax: £630

Mileage: 15,565

Petrol

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Why buy a used Aston Martin DBS Superleggera with Exchange and Mart?

This, the flagship sportscar in Aston Martin's mainstream range, is a thoroughbred large-capacity front-engined V12 Super GT with badging that marks the return of two illustrious names. The 'Superleggera' (or 'Super lightweight') tag apparently pays homage to the innovative lightweight construction methods pioneered by Italian coachbuilder Touring with classic DB models of the Sixties. As for DBS, well that nameplate's been around since 1967 and was last used on the 2007-era model that Daniel Craig barrel-rolled in his 'Casino Royale' James Bond debut. This Superleggera model uses the 5.2-litre V12 trhat also features in the brand's DB11 AMR, though naturally with a lot more power and torque - 715hp and 900Nm to be exact. In addition, this Superleggera is 72kgs lighter than a DB11 AMR, courtesy of the carbon fibre panels that coat its aluminium structure. And it offers a higher level of downforce than any of the brand's previous series production models have ever generated. Let's put it to the test.

About the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

By almost every measurement, the DBS Superleggera is a very special sportscar. And in almost every way, it's worthy of its positioning as a flagship Aston Martin model. Though on paper, comparisons to the Ferrari 812 Superfast seem evident, in practice, the Superleggera is a rather different car, less track-focused to be sure but also more road-orientated and easier to live with. Ultimately, what's important here is that the DBS formula is a traditionally Aston Martin one, which is rather reassuring in an era in which the brand is diversifying into uncharted territory like hybrid technology, mid-engined motoring and SUVs. Engineering like that is needed if the company's future is to be sustainable, but the marque can't afford to forget its heritage in producing the kind of classic Super GT that small boys can dream about and wealthy enthusiasts can aspire to. So we welcome the Superleggera. There's nothing quite like it.

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If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.