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2003 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage
by HDM from Cincinnati, Ohio | April 12, 2012
Is an amazing car! ts 6.0L 420 horsepower V12 really kicks butt! But economy is horrible at just 11 mpg in the city and 17 on the highway, on premium fuel. Fillups are really expensive, especially considering today's gas prices, much more expenisive then they were back in 2003. Ouch. But this car is extremely agile around corners, with perfect steering, lots of grip, and wonderful shifting from the 5 speed automatic manual trans! The exterior styling is super sexy and beautiful! Interior is lavish, with loads of comfortable leather and wood, and seemless built quality! The best car Ihave ever driven is this DB7! Really wish they didn't discontinue them after 2003.