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2007 Aston Martin DB9

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  • Mileage~58,000
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • Engine5.9L
  • LocationMatlock


2007 Aston Martin DB9

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Glyn Parry
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The Aston Martin DB9 is a phenomenal grand tourer which looks, feels and sounds incredible.

The Aston Martin DB9 was first shown in 2003 at the Frankfurt Auto Show being the successor of the DB7. Designed by Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker, two designers famous for the concept designs of the Escort Cosworth, RS200, BMW Z8 and many more.

With a much sharper and modern design than the DB7 it succeeded, and fitted with the 5.9L V12 from the Vanquish, it offered outstanding performance. The DB9 was the first model to be built at Aston Martin's Gaydon facility in Warwickshire, and it received an excellent reception from the press when launched.

This particular example finished in beautiful Toro Red, is a one owner car from new and has a service book full to the brim with main dealer stamps having only covered ~58,000 miles since 2007.

This auction listing was written from information supplied by Glyn after meeting Simon the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.

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Meet the owner

Simon is the one and only proud owner of this eye-catching Toro Red DB9

Over his 14 years of ownership, Simon has had a lot of fun in this 5.9L powered beast, he can be often found taking the car out for regular weekend road trips. The car has never been left wanting, always serviced by the main dealer, and the condition in stands in today is testament to that.

However, having not used the car much in the past year Simon is looking for something a little different, and so the car is up for auction with us.

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Retaining the traditional DB grille and side strakes, the design of this car in elegant and refined - the work of two great artists.

Wheels and Tyres

This DB9 is fitted with large 19" 15-spoke Aston Martin alloys that really make the car stand out from the other grand tourers. The wheels look great on this example with no wear to mention.

They're wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza tyres - the perfect touring and all-weather tyre. The front tyres we're changed in 2010, and rear 2011 yet they still have plenty of tread, ready for the new owner to enjoy.


A modern classic in the making, designed by two of the best automotive designers in the world this DB9 is bound to turn heads wherever you dare to go.

Being a one owner car that has been main dealer serviced all its life, the condition is a reflection of this care. All the panel shut lines look tight and true around the car. There really isn't much to point out, we did notice some very minor corrosion on the N/S rear C pillar and if we were being really picky, one front grille spoke is coming loose at one end. Please see all the photographs and videos of the exterior to really appreciate this car's bodywork.


Finished in a beautiful Toro Red, the paint is deep in lustre and even in finish across each panel.

Simon has had a paint protection film applied to each panel of the car. There are a few places where there are a few air bubbles visible on the bonnet and to the side of the car. However, the paint underneath looks unaffected.

We also noticed an area of lacquer peel near the front air intake on the bonnet, near one of the rear parking sensors and on the N/S wing. Apart from those small areas, the paintwork is excellent on this lovely example. Please take a look at the images and videos to appreciate the deep Toro Red colour.

Glass and Trim

Each glass panel looks in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or discolouration observed.

The chrome trim around the car also looks in excellent condition, with no pitting or dullness. A really well cared for example.


Handstitched leather accents and joins shows the craftmanship that has gone in to creating such a car.

Seats and Carpets

Both front and rear seats look excellent in this example, the seats are hand-stitched and built to last however these hardly looked touched. Finished in the Aston colour of Phantom Grey with perforated leather inserts, they are smart and unfussy, you'll often find some quite extravagant colour choices on cars like these which can be a tad distracting.

Simon has done a great job at preserving the beauty and quality inside this car. All the stitching looks great with no signs of tears or excessive wear seen. Please take a look at the interior media for a detailed tour of this cabin.


Inline with the rest of the car, the dashboard is in excellent condition. A mix of leather wrapped, brushed metal and walnut wood trim.

Simon reports all the gauges, dials and computers seem to be all fully functioning.

Steering Wheel / Gear Stick

The simple and sophisticated steering wheel puts you in full control of this 5.9L V12 rocket. Fitted with sport paddles for manual control of your gearshifts.

Please take a look at the photos and videos for a closer look at the steering wheel and gear paddles.


Nothing short of 450bhp from the 5.9L V12 engine borrowed from the Vanquish.

Engine and Gearbox

Performance and reliability are offered with this 5.9L V12 engine. It will take you to 60MPH in 4.7 seconds and maxes out at 186MPH.

Simon reports a firm and sporty ride offering high levels of fun, he mentions that everything is working and he always has it serviced once a year at his local Aston Martin garage. Please watch the mechanical video to see the car starting from cold.

Suspension and Brakes

Fitted with double-wishbone suspension which offers extreme stability when accelerating quickly, the chassis is aluminium and is 25% lighter than its predecessor.

Both the brakes and suspension look in excellent condition on this example, having just been serviced by Aston Martin (02.12.2020) the new owner can rest assured, knowing this car has always been given the attention it deserves.

The Drive

The V12 is nothing short of sensational, pushing 450bhp to the wheels when you require.

This car looks great, feels great, and sounds great, it's the ultimate Grand Tourer that's built to last.

Electrics and Other

Simon assures us all the electrics within the car are working as intended, just as you would expect from a meticulously owned example like this.

Please take a look at the photographs and videos for a detailed tour around and inside.

History and Paperwork

One owner from new, full main dealer service history, and respectively low mileage makes this DB9 a catch.

This car has seen regular servicing from the main dealer, each year the MOT report is spotless, a really fine example - one not to be missed.

We have carried out checks on; Seller ID, V5, HPi clear.

Service History
Date Type Mileage
03.12.2020 MOT 58,299
02.12.2020 Service (MD) 58,296
20.06.2019 MOT 58,208
19.06.2019 Service (MD) 58,195
28.06.2018 MOT 57,315
04.05.2017 MOT 57,233
05.05.2016 Service (MD) 56,610
05.05.2016 MOT 56,609
05.05.2015 MOT 55,709
05.05.2015 Service (MD) 55,708
27.05.2014 Service (MD) 55,291
27.05.2014 MOT 55,292
25.06.2013 MOT 52,755
31.05.2013 Service (MD) 52,689
24.05.2012 Service (MD) 47,133
24.05.2012 MOT 47,116
31.05.2011 MOT 39,727
31.05.2011 Service (MD) 39,705
08.06.2010 Service (MD) 36,763
08.06.2010 MOT 36,762
25.09.2009 Service (MD) 29,986
08.07.2008 Service (MD) 20,040
14.03.2008 Service (MD) 9,753
04.07.2007 Service (MD) 1,135
Key Details
  • ModelDB9
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • Reg. Date08.06.2007
  • CC5,935
  • Mileage~58,000
  • HistoryFull Main Dealer
  • ColourToro Red
  • Interior ColourPhantom Grey
  • Interior TrimLeather
  • Chassis #SCFAC01A57GA08605
  • Engine #AM04/19691
  • Last Service02.12.2020
  • RestoredNo
  • Engine RebuildNo
  • MOTYes - Exp. 02.12.2021
  • MOT ExemptNo
  • Road Tax ExemptNo
  • HPi ClearYes
  • Former Keepers0
  • Tyre BrandBridgestone
  • Tyre AgePotenza
  • VisitedYes
  • Sale TypePrivate
  • OwnedFrom New
  • Key FeatureOwnership and service history

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Richard Booth
Richard Booth

Hi – is there a reason why the car wasn’t serviced in 2017 and 2018? Have you ever had an reliability issues/ break downs?
Also, are you able to check with the Aston Martin dealership which you have her serviced at to see when the plugs and coils were last changed? thank you.

Simon H
Simon H

Hi – it was serviced in both years; I don’t know why the dealer only stamped the MOT in the handbook. Sadly I don’t have the invoices for the service, but I can see the money going out on my credit card!


Good evening Simon, do you have a contact number please? I’m interested in coming to have a look tomorrow please before bidding blind! Im thinking of coming around 2pm if this would be suitable. Thanks William

Kulraj Salh

Hi skinner6421, could you drop us an email to and we will help arrange this for you. Best, Kulraj – Trade Classics

Richard Booth
Richard Booth

Hi – is there a small dent at the front of the bonnet (left hand side)? It may be just the light reflecting in the photos. Many thanks

Mike Shaw
Mike Shaw

May sound like a silly one but do you know if a full set of golf clubs fit in that boot ?

Richard Booth
Richard Booth

Hi – is this non-smoker car?

Richard Booth
Richard Booth

Hi – have you received any quotes to fix the paintwork issues?


Has you had disks and pads replaced in recent mileage

Simon H
Simon H

No – I’ve always made changes when recommended by Aston service. Pads and discs got ‘green’ assessment by dealer at last service in December; front pads actual ‘6’ vs ‘3’ recommended, rear pads actual ‘5’ vs ‘3’ recommended. Front discs ‘31.3’ actual vs ’30’ recommended, rear discs ‘27.6’ actual vs ‘1.6’ recommended. Hope that helps

Stephen Thurston
Stephen Thurston

Have there been any major service items?

Peter Lewis
Peter Lewis

Have the Plugs and Coils been changed recently?


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