Not sure that this (https://www.hrowen.co.uk/aston-martin/aftersales/service-maintenance/fixed-price-service/ ) is any cheaper than the 2 year servicing regime for a GT?Nope
Certainly a lot less than a Maserati. Check out Aston Martin Fixed Priced Servicing as a guide. And not much breaks on them.
Faster than the thoroughly modern, if smaller engined Supra MK5 too.Its funny because the Aston Martin DBS did a 1 minute 24 around the top gear track with a V12 engine. This was a full second slower than the Mc Stradale which only has a v8.
My experience as well. Nothing broken in 2 years and each 4200 service at an Indie was way more expensive than the DB9 at a main dealer.12 of them and a lot of labour but not a concern until 70K miles. I own both marques and can say the Aston has cost me a lot less and been a lot easier to service, just taking into account basic servicing by the book. If you are buying new and go through the cost of ownership over the first 4 years you will see a big difference also. Then if something does break and you need a part the gulf gets wider again. It is what it is and it wouldn't influence my choice but that is my experience.
God I'm thinking I can scratch two itches at once...My experience as well. Nothing broken in 2 years and each 4200 service at an Indie was way more expensive than the DB9 at a main dealer.
I considered an Aston as an alternative to the GT and very quickly got to no as:God I'm thinking I can scratch two itches at once...
I'm not hearing any reasons why I wouldn't get one, other than my personal onese
- I loved my GT
- I probably would miss the back seats...