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Aston Martin

A brand that's had a rollercoaster ride in recent times, most recently in the aftermath of being unloaded by Ford into the safe hands of Prodrive genius Dave Richards - a man who understands. The cars epitomise the heritage down to the last detail, which can obviously include fragility and unreliability.

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  • 7/10
    Aston Martin Cygnet



    We know why it’s here, which is a good enough reason. Just. But anyone expecting a mini DB9 should look elsewhere.

  • 7/10
    Aston Martin DB9



    The car that began one of the greatest comebacks in recent automotive history. The DB9 remains one of the world’s most desirable cars. Wipe the drool. Wipe it.

  • 7/10
    Aston Martin DB9 Volante


    DB9 Volante

    Very pretty, very sexy, wonderfully noisy. But not quite the dynamic treat you want.

  • 7/10
    Aston Martin One-77



    Exclusive and fearsomely expensive but not fearsome to drive: the One-77 is breathtaking.

  • 8/10
    Aston Martin Rapide



    It might not add a great deal more space, but it's arguably Aston Martin's best car

  • 7/10
    Aston Martin V12 Zagato


    V12 Zagato

    Exclusive Aston Zagato lives up to a tradition of idiosyncratic divisiveness in fine fashion.

  • 7/10
    Aston Martin Vanquish



    Feels special, looks more like a One-77 than a Vantage - but has Aston gone far enough?

  • 8/10
    Aston Martin Vantage

    £84,995 - £94,995


    Still very desirable, but getting on a bit.

  • 7/10
    Vantage Roadster

    £93,995 - £103,995

    Vantage Roadster

    One of the best-looking cars in the world with a neat electric fabric convertible roof – and this wasn’t some chop-shop drop-top either, the Roadster was designed to be stiff from the outset - says it all really. Now has the pace to match the noise with the new 4.7-litre V8

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