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Engine
V12
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Transmission
5 Speed Automatic
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Mileage
21,152
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Exterior
Chiltern Green
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Interior
Fawn
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VIN
SCFAB42342K403324
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Stock #
8440

Highlights

  • 0 to 60 in 4.9 seconds.
  • Powered by a 5.9 L V12 414HP engine.
  • 5 speed ZF 5HP30 automatic transmission.
  • Original MSRP of $155,500 ($228,629 adjusted for inflation).
  • DB7 Vantage.
  • Audio system has been upgraded from an Alpine unit to a Becker "Mexico" unit.
  • Headliner has been modified to offer slightly more headroom.
  • Seat travel has been increased to offer more legroom.
  • Illuminated starter button.
  • Revised steering wheel.
  • Improved air conditioning controls.
  • Optional Becker "Traffic Pro" navigation system.

Description

A gorgeous automobile with stunning performance, the DB7 Vantage nonetheless faces stiff competition in this stratospheric price range.

Aston Martin's DB7 Vantage sees a host of changes for the 2002 model year. The audio system has been upgraded from an Alpine unit to a Becker "Mexico" unit. The headliner has been modified to offer slightly more headroom, and seat travel has been inc...

A gorgeous automobile with stunning performance, the DB7 Vantage nonetheless faces stiff competition in this stratospheric price range.

Aston Martin's DB7 Vantage sees a host of changes for the 2002 model year. The audio system has been upgraded from an Alpine unit to a Becker "Mexico" unit. The headliner has been modified to offer slightly more headroom, and seat travel has been increased to offer more legroom. Other upgrades include a battery disconnect switch in the trunk to help preserve battery power on cars that sit for a week or more and revised interior switchgear that offers some much-appreciated distinction between Aston Martin Vantage and Jaguar controls. Additionally, an illuminated starter button, revised steering wheel, improved air-conditioning controls and an optional Becker "Traffic Pro" navigation system round out this year's changes.

Inside the cabin, Aston Martin equips its DB7 with wide expanses of sumptuous Connolly leather and walnut wood trim. The traditional black-and-white gauges are attractive and easy to read. The cabin is rather tight, and front passengers over 6-feet tall will likely protest a lack of headroom. This is especially true on Volantes with the top raised, but the coupe has benefited from a slight increase in headroom for 2002.

For more information, please contact Gianna at 203-330-9604 or email at gianna@blackhorsegarage.com

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