Aston Martin DB7
The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer that was produced by Aston Martin between September 1994 and December 2004. The Grand Tourer was available as a coupe or a convertible. The prototype designed by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet was ready in November 1992 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993. The six-cylinder DB7 was seen as an "entry-level" model of the hand-built V8 Virage. This model was the most-produced Aston Martin vehicle ever, with over 7,000 built before it was replaced by the DB9.
The DB7 was made largely with resources from Jaguar and financial support from the Ford Motor Company, owner of Aston Martin between 1988 and 2007. The DB7 is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS, although many changes have been made. The DB7 was designed in Kidlington, Oxfordshire, by Tom Walkinshaw Racing for Aston Martin. With Virage production continuing at Newport Pagnell, the DB7 acquired a new factory in Bloxham, Oxfordshire previously used for the production of the Jaguar XJ220. The DB7 and its variants were the only Aston Martins produced at Bloxham and the only one with a steel structure inherited from Jaguar.
The Volante convertible version was unveiled at the 1996 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Both versions have a supercharged six-cylinder engine. In the United States, the Coupé sold for USD 140,000 and the Volante for USD 150,000. Works Service provided a special Driving Dynamics package, which significantly improved performance and usability for owners who wanted more than what the standard configuration offered.
Buying an Aston Martin DB7
Finding an Aston Martin that's right for you is priority number one. The search for your dream car often starts online. ERClassics has done everything it can to give you an idea of the cars, so every car on our own site is provided with a photo report, 360 degrees images, a video and background information about the car can be found. Would you rather view the car physically? Then you can visit our showroom in Waalwijk, the Netherlands. Check our website for opening times.
High quality Aston Martin DB7 at E&R Classics
All cars offered by us, including the Aston Martin DB7, are checked against a list with 125 points. This assessment is performed by one of our own mechanics. Delivering cars that are in perfect condition is of great importance to ERClassics. The cars offered by us are therefore of high quality. If you would like more information about maintenance of one of our cars or if you are wondering what mechanics in our specialized workshops do, click here.
Trade in or sell your Aston Martin DB7
At ER Classics you can of course buy an Aston Martin DB7, but we also offer the option to sell your current car or to trade it in. If you would like more information about selling or trading in your current car, please contact one of our experts. You can of course also visit our showroom to discuss the possibilities.
Of course, every car needs maintenance, and it can sometimes happen that something needs to be repaired. It is no different for a Aston Martin DB7. Because you like to keep your sports car in top condition, a good garage is important. Any garage can provide you with maintenance, but sometimes you just need that extra bit of specialism, then you can choose to take your sports car to a specialized workshop where they focus on 1 brand or type of car. The mechanics often work with the same brands and have thus specialized in maintenance or repairs on those specific cars.
ER Classics has the right Aston Martin DB7 for you!
What are the benefits of buying an Aston Martin DB7 from ER Classics?
- A wide range of Aston Martin sports cars for sale
- All cars have been thoroughly checked in our own workshop
- Own workshop with 20 mechanics
- Registration and inspections
- Worldwide transport to your front door
- High quality and service
- Trade-in options
- Customers rate us with a 8.9
Europe's number 1 online classic car dealer
If you are looking for a beautiful new Aston Martin DB7, you will be assisted by one of our own experts. ERclassics has specialized in the purchase and sale of cars since 2008 and can rightly call itself Europe's number 1 online classic car dealer.