2005 Aston Martin DB9 consumer reviews

$155,000–$160,000 MSRP range
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85% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 3.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 3.9
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.5
Explore the 2005 Aston Martin DB9
4.0

A real head turner

One of the most glamorous cars I've ever owned. I felt like a superstar every time I drove it. Problem is: this car is like a beautiful girlfriend: yes she's nice to have around, and yes everyone will stare at you, but she's demanding and expensive. Unfortunately, the car was becoming a real money pit. Brakes had to be changed twice during my short time of ownership. Driving the car was stressful. It's low nose means you're destined to ruin the front end unless you're careful. If you have money to burn, take the plunge, otherwise, best to admire from afar.

4.7

Gorgeous Grand Tourer

This car is one of the most beautiful ever produced. I have lusted after an Aston Martin for many years. I was surprised to find that a car this nice was finally within my reach.

5.0

Mood Altering

This is truely an amazing car. It makes you feel like you should buy new clothes and lose some weight. Definitely a mood altering experience. If you are down you will smile when you push the red button.

3.6

Great sports car

It rides nice, but it's not comfortable at all. It doesn't even have cooled and fanned seats. The leather is real but doesn't feel like it. The wood on the dash isn't real. My rolls royce is so much better. Or try a lambo those are much more value for your money

4.9

The DB9 is an incredibly beautiful performance car

I have totally enjoyed my 2005 DB9 with no problems. It is understated total class with unbeleivable power.

4.3

Very sexy car, great value pre-owned!

One of the best values out there if you want to be seen and enjoy it too! Great performance, handling and overall experience!

4.1

owner charlotte n.c.

its a gr8 car but for the money brits could have done a better job than being a little laid back on minimizing the rear apart from that focusing a little more on exclusivis