Aston Martin DB7 in superb condition at best UK prices via Algys Autos Ltd
   
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Algys Autos Ltd have been importing quality motorcars into the UK and Ireland for over 15 years and have built up an enviable reputation for delivering unsurpasable quality at unbeatable prices. Algys Autos are the largest Nissan Figaro dealership in the World and are one of the largest UK importers of used motorcars from the Far East. We import and supply Porsche and Maserati to trade and are pleased to announce that we can now also supply high quality low milage Aston Martin DB7. Our quality and prices can simply not be equalled anywhere

We shall supply you with a full package of photogarphs, an independant report and offer the car for any inspection of your choice (at your expense). To secure on the reports given, a fully refundabe £1000 fee is required. See below for the current DB7 available. Some of these cars may not have arrived at our Bristol garage at this time and either a refundable £1000 fee secures or we can notify you upon its arrival (The car will NOT be held for you without a reservation fee):

 

:aston martin db7 3200cc twin supercharger ivory hide with green piping 3200cc twin supercharged engine N Reg with 14,300 miles £29,995

Mint Condition with only 13,000 miles! 3200cc twin supercharger ivory hide with green piping R Reg with 13,000 Miles £34,950

 

Aston Martin DB7 History and Facts:

The Aston Martin DB7 was a Grand Tourer made by Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2003. The Grand Tourer was available either as a coupe or a convertible, and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1993. The six cylinder DB7 replaced the lower Aston Martin V8 models, placing below the hand-built V8 Virage introduced a few years earlier. The DB7 was the most successful Aston Martin model ever, with more than 7,000 built before it was replaced by the DB9 The DB7 was styled by Ian Cullum, and it is widely considered one of the most beautiful and timeless of automotive designs.The DB7, known internally as the NPX project, was designed to replace the twenty-year-old Aston Martin v8. It was made mostly with the resources from Jaguar and had the financial backing of the Ford Motor Company , owner of Aston Martin since 1988. The DB7's platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS's, though with many changes.
With production of the Virage (soon rechristened "V8" following Vantage styling revisions) continuing at Newport Pagnell, a new factory was acquired at Bloxham Oxfordshire, where every DB7 would be built throughout its production run.
The convertible Volante version was unveiled at the North America International Auto Show in Detroitin 1996. Both versions have a supercharged straight 6 engine that produced 335 bhp (246 KW). In the United States, the Coupé sold for $140,000, and the Volante for $150,000. Works Service provided a special Driving Dynamics package, which greatly enhanced performance and handling for drivers who wanted more than the standard configuration.

Aston Martin DB7 Volante Specifications:

Aston Martin DB7 Statistics
Make and Model: Aston Martin DB7 Volante
Year: 1996
Engine Type: 3.2 Liter Supercharged Inline-6
Torque: 361lb-ft@3000rpm
Acceleration 0-60: 5.7 s
Suspension: Independent Double Wishbone
Wheel Base: 102.001 inches
List Price: $136,300 in 1996
Horsepower: 335bhp@6000rpm
Top Speed: 155 mph
Brakes: Ventilated cross drilled discs
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual/3 Speed Automatic
Weight: 4080 lbs

Aston Martin DB7 Review:

If you can’t justify spending the £106,850 it will cost you for an Aston DB9, or even the £79,995 a new V8 Vantage will set you back, a tidy pre-owned Aston Martin DB7 might seem an attractive idea. But how do you choose between the early six-cylinder models and the later V12s, or between the coupés and the drophead Volantes, autos or manuals – and where are the pitfalls for the unwary?
To find out, we consulted DB7 evangelist Derek Campbell.
Let’s deal with coupés and Volantes first. Volantes offer fresh air and optimum pose value, but the hood steals rear seat space. But the decision isn’t simply about how much interior space or headroom you want: Volantes are heavier and their bodyshells more flexible, too, so coupés are the driver’s choice.
“The six-cylinder is very strong, very lazy, very much within the capabilities of the chassis,” says Derek. “You can get in a Aston Martin DB7 six-cylinder, thrash it within an inch of its life, and still be safe.” The rarer manual gearbox is preferable, partly because it allows you to rely on the mountain of mid-range torque and partly because the six’s auto gearboxes are not particularly impressive.

 


Aston Martin V12 Vantage:


The V12s have a sharper throttle response, and are more about revs and power than high gears and torque. The V12 cars also provide the better soundtrack, and because they are later cars they benefit from several years further development in everything switchgear to body stiffness. But there are drawbacks to the V12.
The V12s’ styling is more aggressive, but arguably less cohesive. The car’s designer – Ian Callum, then working for TVR but now Director of Design at Jaguar – prefers the purity of the earlier model, and Derek Campbell agrees. But that’s purely subjective: a bigger demerit for the V12 is its running costs: fuel consumption is at least a third greater and servicing is more expensive.
As a result, values of V12 are still dropping while six-cylinder cars have now levelled out at £30,000 or so for good early models, up to around £45,000 for the last ones. V12s start around the same level, and head up to £70,000 or more for late cars. The rare Zagato models go for even more, but special edition versions of the standard car are a different story. “They’re a colour scheme and a bit of embossing on the seats,” says Derek. “On the basis that they built so few DB7s anyway, they’re all limited editions.” But Driving Dynamics and GTS kits, which include suspension and brake upgrades, do add to a car’s value, and are worth a premium of about £3,000.

 

 
 

 

Algys Autos Ltd offer superb low mileage Aston Martin DB7 at exceptional value!