Living with a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage | REVIEW

Living with a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage | REVIEW
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For the last 3 months I have been driving a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage from Grange Aston Martin Hatfield. This is what it’s like to live with a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage!

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43 Replies to “Living with a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage | REVIEW”

  1. Bob Pachner

    Totally enjoyed the video and commentary. Having owned the ‘19 Vantage, I can confirm that the parking sensors are so sensitive as to be pointless. No glovebox, tire noise and grabby brakes in stop and go traffic were negatives. Everything else is overwhelmingly positive. The looks, feeling I got driving the car, exhaust sound, responsiveness and adjustability of power and suspension were excellent. And the doors were better to use than any other doors on any other brand. It’s the type of car you look forward to driving and look back at after parking it.
    It made me grin, even at 30mph! Huge grin!!
    Mine was built very well. Solid, not a single rattle and everything worked. Perfectly.
    Unfortunately mine was rear ended and totaled with just 950 miles. And the dealer in Cleveland, Ohio was just the worst. So I went with something else as a replacement. But I will get another since I have such fond memories of my time with it! Especially since my wife loved it so much too!

  2. Senshi Bat

    Shes pretty along the waterline aye, aft quite a keel but the bows so dif from old vantage not as keen though that said its nice w the intake if the hood vents are on pretend it to be the v12 harder but still quality.

  3. 518

    Did that car have body damage before you bought it?? Driver door … Well passenger door in America but that door is a completely diff color then the front quarter and rear quarter. Really bad. Anyone who worked on cars would notice that right away. Def a dislike.

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