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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Aston Martin review 2011, That huge price of entry gives you a great GT car with a 6.0-liter V12 pushing out 490bhp, capable of 186 mph and 0-62mph in 4.6 seconds - only comes with the Touchtronic 2 automatic transmission, but of course There are paddles for manual shifting a good mood when you are taking. Power is 20 hp on the DB9, which costs £ 128,150 when equipped with the same 'box. Virage also adds to the carbon-ceramic brakes are standard, a new interior that happily waving to the hopeless old Volvo sat-nav system, and a substantially revised chassis aimed at making the Virage both sharper, but also more sophisticated and cosseting. Before we get to that I point out that the Virage differs in many details from the DB9. It has new headlights, a new five-vane grille, a carbon front splitter, new wings, sill, and a new treatment that generates a new diffuser.

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Even the auto 'box works well in the manual, maybe not the sharp shifts of a dual-clutch' box, but making up for that in the city or cruising along gently. Only in really slow corners, the Virage was 1785kg circumference show (still not bad considering that "lightweight" Maserati MC Stradale weighs 1770kg), car snatching between understeer and oversteer pretty quickly. It will certainly require care on streaming wet and bumpy British roads.

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