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Aston Martin DB9

James Bond made the Aston Martin far more than a means of transport – it’s a global icon that represents so much more than just a car. Now you have decided to buy a new Aston Martin, you will want to find the best uk online discount car broker! Broadspeed is the longest established on line car dealer having been in business since 1995.

We make finding great Aston Martin deals easy – and of great importance – buying is a risk-free process. We simply act as a connection between you and the main agent Aston Martin dealer offering new cars for sale with substantial discounts. Our job in life is to negotiate a reduced price then introduce the dealer willing to match it (you buy from the car dealer, not from us); we’re certain we can find you the cheapest Aston Martin for sale in the UK.

Buy your new Aston Martin through our web site and you can choose to pay outright (cash deal) or to use Aston Martin finance (low rate APR). Not only can you buy with the best cash discount, we can also help you pay less monthly with a no deposit PCP (personal contract purchase). If you’d rather not have a PCP balloon (GRV), there are low rate loans, HP or a cheap lease for your Aston Martin (uk car).

If your budget doesn’t quite strtch to a new car, you could buy a nearly new, used or ex-demo car, potentially at a much lower cash or monthly price. Whatever you decide, you can buy the cheapest Aston Martin online with Broadspeed.com.

The history of the Aston Martin brand begins in 1914, the early days of WW1, by Mr Lionel Martin and Mr Robert Bamford. The brandname originates Lionel and a strip of road used for racing and testing called the “Aston Hillclimb”. After the brief halt in all production during WW1, AstonMartin continued to produce racers.

Competition wasn’t the big-money sport it is today and there were considerable strains on the company’s finances; in 1947 Aston-Martin was purchased by wealthy tractor manufacturer David Brown. His influence on model names continues to this day – the DB” range were of course his initials.

Sadly DB died back in 1970 which threw the firm into a financial crisis, but it struggled on throughout the 1980’s with a new owner, oil man Victor Gauntlett, but he couldn’t make enough sales or profit to succeed. So AM was saved (once again) when Ford Motor Co bought 75% of the company in 1987, acquiring the 25% remainder in 1994. The iconic car maker had multiple different owners across ten decades, but Ford Motor Company disposed of it in 2007 at the outset of the financial crisis.

So although the DB5 Vantage and Vanquish are recognised for their appearances as James Bond’s daily transport, it is undeniable that the company has struggled to remain financially viable.

2013 Aston Martin V12 Vintage and the 2013 Aston Martin DB9

Any new 2013 Aston Martin V12 is a powerful vehicle. Aston_Martin took its most powerful engine dropped it into a short V8 Vantage bodyshell. Its obvious that the result is monstrous performance, but unlike some sportscars, it has great handling and cornering ability.

With 510PS on tap, the 2013 Aston Martin V12 (fitted with a 5.9L engine) is capable of 0-62 in just 4.2 seconds! The new 2013 Aston Martin DB9 is a little different from its predecessors; the car has elegant yet sporty detail styling and a beautifully crafted leather interior – the perfect four seater Grand Tourer.

Aston Martin Finance

Think Aston Martin and millionaire comes to mind. but the company offeres a number of affordable tailored finance packages which means that you don’t need a seven figure bank balance to drive one. Thanks to this, you could drive an Aston DB9 with a small deposit, low monthly payments – and wrap the maintenance costs into the package. So even regualr servicing can be included at a really sensible cost.

If you are a business or run a company car, we can also help you lease an Aston Martin on buisiness contract hire (BCH). Broadspeed offers the whole range of finance or leasing packages so just call us for a tailored quote in writing.

If you take out a contract or purchase with an Aston Martin PCP plan, there is an optional final balloon payment known as the Guaranteed Future Value (GFV for short). This deferred lump sum reduces the amount you repay monthly (it is paid at the end of the term). The beauty of the PCP is that if you don’t want to own the car at the end (effectively to just rent it for three years) you don’t have to pay the balloon – you can simply hand it back.

If you prefer not to have a final balloon payment, an Aston Martin HP or loan repay the whole amount in equal monthly stages (rather than store up a lump sum at the end). There are low rate loans and sometimes there are 0% free finance deals as well (call to see if there are any free finance deals now).

If you have an existing car and would like to part exchange it, we will value and offer three ways to sell it: first the supplying dealer will make you a normal trade in offer; second (once the new car arrives) we will provide a second offer from a specialst tarde buyer; third, we’ll advise how to sell it privately without stress! So you have three bites at the ‘PX cherry’. Whichever route you choose, your new Aston Martin dealer (UK) will reduce the invoice by the amount your car generated (to get the best cost to change on your new car deal).

Aston Martin DB9

Buy and own doesn’t suit everyone – so we offer web leasing and online contract hire as well. Find great Aston Martin lease deals on line – that mean the monthly price is lower than either HP or PCP. However, you do not build up any equity with a lease – it’s just long term car rental.

If you want the option to buy (and own) it at the end, a PCP or HP is your best price finance option.

How does Broadspeed work?

Our low prices are negotiated with UK Aston Martin dealers who need your sale to hit a sales target; if they fail to meet their quarterly sales targets they can find their dealership franchise could be in serious trouble – and knowing which dealers are short on sales is your negotiating advantage. We will bargain with them so you do not have to! So successful has this strategy been over the years, that it’s now not unusual to achieve a buying price that makes a dealer no profit at all!

Nearly-New, Ex Demonstartor and Used Aston Martin

Pre Registered Aston Martins are not a common sight – but they are sometimes offered (albeit discreetly). There is another factor that cuts your cost, that is to buy a Nearly-New Aston Martin, an Ex Demonstartor or Approved Used car. Just as some dealers fail to hit sales targets, others find themselves carrying too much stock. After all, a dozen Astons is a lot of money!

Broadspeed knows which dealers are overstocked and this knowledge means that you can buy an almost new Aston Martin at considerably less than the regular advertised price. Here’s one example: a new DB9 retails at about ВЈ134000. The discount we regualrly achieve on a brand new one is circa ВЈ11000 – so approximately ВЈ123000 net cost. A six month old ex-demo with negligible mileage is advertised by a dealership at ВЈ120,000 (inc eg ВЈ5k optional extras).

If overstocked, we’d recommend an offer (and expect you to be able to buy) at ВЈ105,000. This way, you buy a fully prepared Aston Martin demo for thirty thousand pounds less than list/RRP. If this makes sense to you, call us on 01206 460015.

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