• asten Posted: 1/5/2006 12:02pm PST

    i think it looks nice but i'm still not sure....it certainly doesn't strike me like the db9 did but this is probably a by-product of the mb cls's success...just make the thing reliable because aston martin makes toys...just the way porsche makes toys and this car would be an everyday driver i suspect so it has to be more dependable than their horrid db7...porsche found out the hard way with the cayenne when they intially launched that people are driving that car everyday so if it has little gremlins in it they better get them out of there before it hits the showrooms or be prepared to be giving out db9s as my rapide is in the shop getting repaired. ;-)

  • Pedro Posted: 1/5/2006 5:15pm PST

    A new Lagonda? I hope so, it looks great as only Astons do!

  • bob Posted: 1/6/2006 9:58am PST

    screw u pedro! it is awesme!

  • bob Posted: 1/6/2006 9:59am PST

    sorry pedro - i mean asten!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • adam laybourne Posted: 1/7/2006 7:26am PST

    i thought its awsome a aston martin saloon!! that should be a top seller in its class posh and becks shold get 1 so he can fit the whole family in it!!

  • RoOophy Posted: 1/9/2006 11:02pm PST

    considering the success of the maserati quatroporte i think this one would have a future depending on it's price

  • Mubz Posted: 1/10/2006 2:21pm PST

    Live up Pedro..........this cars superb. However, it does seem to get its rooms from the 4 door bently. Although it looks cool, but i dont think its gona do well in the market.

  • Carl Drake Posted: 1/18/2006 11:53pm PST

    The car is absolutely STUNNING!!! Not only will it sell in the market, people will be cutting off their right arms to get one. And, Aston Martin will definately bring it into production because tne high-end, under-$200,000, segment is real hot, world-wide. This car will make those who previously would not buy a 4-door beg, borrow, and steal to get one. The car resembles a sleek, fast animal; what Jaguar should be, but isn't.