Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Aston Martin DB11 coupe?
Check the bodywork for scruffs and dents, and the alloy wheels for kerb damage. Make sure all the electrics work as they should.
The days of loyal Aston Martin customers being prepared to forgive the cars for their reliability problems are long gone. In the modern world, even British-built supercars have to be reliable. Happily, Aston Martin responded to the challenge with an ever-improving reliability record.
So far the DB11 has a good record, although there have been one or two reports of cars either having trouble starting or refusing to start altogether; owners do report issues with the electrics, especially relating to the sat-nav and air-con. Interior build quality on the DB11 is better than any Aston, so you shouldn't experience any problems with loose trim.
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