Aston Martin Vantage Models and Vantage History

A British performance car created for two-passenger enjoyment, the Aston Martin Vantage’s debut for the 2006 model year marked a return to a V-8 engine. The first Aston Martin eight-cylinder powered Vantage since 2000, the 2006 model was created as an entry-level product in the brand line-up. Sold only as a two-door coupe in 2006, a soft-top roof convertible version of the Aston Martin Vantage was added for the 2007 model year. Engine power for the 2006 model was derived from a 4.3-liter V-8 powerplant generating 380 horsepower. For the 2009 model year, the Aston Martin Vantage received a larger 4.7-liter displacement engine producing 420 horsepower. The 2009 model was also given a more sport-oriented suspension system with the improved vehicle. A mid-mounted six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic transmission were available on the Aston Martin Vantage models from 2006 to 2010. The two-seat interior of the Aston Martin Vantage consists of leather upholstery and is styled with a sport focus. In 2011, the Aston Martin Vantage line-up was redefined as the V8 Vantage as well as a new V12 Vantage.

New and Used Vantage Prices, Aston Martin Vantage Model Years and History

When performance marries ultra-luxury, the Vantage emerges.
Although the entry-level car in its fleet, the 2010 Aston Martin Vantage still rivals its big brothers.
Available as either a hatchback coupe or a roadster, the 2009 Aston Martin Vantage is a gorgeous sports car that some think is the best driving and most fun Aston yet.
The 2008 Aston Martin Vantage is a luxury exotic sports car that is available as a coupe or a convertible, both of which utilize a 380 hp 4.3L V8.
An exotic two-passenger sports car, the 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage powers the rear wheels with a 380 hp 4.3L V8 and is available as a coupe or a convertible.
A brand-new two-door, two-passenger luxury sports coupe, the 2006 Aston Martin Vantage is as exotic as the rest of this British family but available at a more competitive price point.