The 2013 Aston Martin DB9 is available as a coupe or convertible soft-top, known as the Volante. Both come with a 2 + 2 arrangement of the seating. The coupe has the option instead of the rear seats vestigial with a useful storage area. The 2013 Aston Martin DB9 standard equipment includes 20-inch wheels, the three-mode adjustable suspension and adaptive, performance tires, carbon-ceramic disc brakes, bi-xenon headlights, mirrors its power, front and rear parking sensors, the automatic climate control, cruise control, heated power front seats (eight way driver, four-way passengers, including memory functions), wheel tilt-and-telescoping steering, leather interior, full, the umbrella is a trunk-mounted, a switch deactivation battery (for extended parking), Bluetooth phone connection , a Garmin navigation systems and a premium audio system with six-CD, satellite radio, an auxiliary jack audio, a USB input and iPod interface. The Volante gets a soft top fully powered and air deflector.
Options include different wheels, rear-view camera, sport seats (six-way power adjustment, not burning, requires configuration of the front-seat-only) and the sound system Bang & Olufsen. The DB9 is also very customizable, especially when ist come to exterior paint. There is a rather large selection of colors to choose from (including Volante roof colors), plus you can ask any paint code Aston Martin or any other manufacturer has ever used. There is also a lot of the inside of the trim and leather colors available.
2013 Aston Martin DB9 Interior
Its difficult to find on the surface in the DB9 that will not be covered in soft leather, and the veneer, alloy trim and even sapphire Complete crystal blanks. Any complaints may know below are easy to ignore because of all this beauty pampering. In terms of performance, the buttons start to easily combine with a central screen to create the controls were fairly simple and easy to use audio and climate. However, Aston Martin trails other luxury carmakers’ in-car electronics, so technophiles may find the room antiquated. The Garmin sourced navigation systems in particular may be better to be on one of Aston’s terrible, but I still feel out of place in such an expensive car.
The DB9 proves its road trip legitimacy thanks to the driver’s seat so wonderfully comfortable, with ample air and headroom for drivers or longer. Four-way power passenger seat unfortunately does not offer the same amount of adjustability or comfort. Two rear seats are glorified parcel shelves, so we suggest opting for the actual parcel shelves that are optional on the Coupe. The title is a generous place for exotic sports car and has enough room for a set of golf clubs and a suitcase. On the other hand, the Volante has more wind buffeting than other convertibles.
2013 Aston Martin DB9 Engine
2013 Aston Martin DB9 is powered by a V12 5.9-liter (Aston labels it a 6.0) is good for 510 hp and 457 pound-feet of torque. Rear-wheel drive, a six automatic transmission speed and the difference to a limited-slip all standard. Aston Martin Coupe will go from zero to 60 Mph in 4.6 seconds, while the Volante should always be slightly less. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 15 mpg combined (13 city / 19 highway).
2013 Aston Martin DB9 Safety
All DB9 2013 includes standard antilock carbon-ceramic disc brakes, stability and traction control, front and side airbags that protect the head and chest. Front and rear parking sensors are also included, and a rearview camera is optional. The Aston Martin standard Volante gets automatically deploying rollover bars.