How reliable is an Aston Martin Vantage?

How reliable is an Aston Martin Vantage?

A set of tyres is likely to last 20,000 miles and a clutch should last for 40,000 miles without needing to be replaced. For such a high-performance machine, the V8 Vantage’s dependability is impressive. Any early niggles have long since been addressed and the car enjoys a reputation for excellent reliability.

What engine is in the 2006 Aston Martin Vantage?

4.3 L V8
2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage/Engine

Are used Aston Martins worth it?

Even though a used Aston Martin V8 Vantage is expensive to purchase and maintain, doesn’t mean that it’s a bad car to own. On the contrary, a V8 Vantage is actually a great car to own.

What was the fastest road car in history of Aston Martin in 2006?

Martin V8 Vantage
2006 Aston-Martin V8 Vantage | Top Speed.

How many miles do Aston Martins last?

How many miles does an Aston Martin usually go? – Quora. Most owners who buy an Aston-Martin will not be using it as a high-mileage daily driver. Thus most Astons do a low mileage of just a few thousand miles per annum. I would guess that 6000 miles per annum would be about average, but that is really only a guess.

What is the 2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage?

The 2006 V8 Vantage represents a new direction for Aston Martin, which is now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ford Motor Co. Previous V8 Vantages in Aston Martin’s 91-year history (in the late 1970s and the late 1990s) were the most powerful cars in the company’s lineup. The new V8 Vantage is the least powerful and least expensive.

Is the Aston Martin Vantage an Aston Martin for everyday use?

Yet more than 400 miles at the wheel of a V8 Vantage, including some driving the typical sports car owner might consider abusive, suggest that this could indeed be an Aston Martin for everyday. The V8 Vantage is, however, more of a sports car than the DB9, which is more of a grand touring car built on a longer wheelbase.

Is Aston Martin owned by Ford?

Aston Martin’s brand mythos was built on selling a handful of pretty, and pretty unreilable, cars at unspeakable prices. Now that’s conspicuous consumption. Fast forward to 2006. Aston Martin is the wholly owned fiefdom of the Ford Motor Co.

What is a V8 Vantage enclosure?

Aston Martin previously used the “Vantage” indicative for its highest-performance vehicles, and notably used the “V8 Vantage” enclosure on their supercar of the 1970s and 1980s.