Used Aston Martin DBX Cars in Scotland

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Aston Martin DBX V8 550 Touchtronic Sports Exha Es +24
Aston Martin DBX £146,990
V8 550 Touchtronic Sports Exha

2023

Automatic

19.8 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 1,530

Petrol

Aston Martin DBX V8 DBX707 5dr Touchtronic SUV 202 +24
Aston Martin DBX £177,999
V8 DBX707 5dr Touchtronic

2022

Semi-Auto

19.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,900

Petrol

Aston Martin DBX V8 DBX707 5dr Touchtronic SUV 202 +24
Aston Martin DBX £161,999
V8 DBX707 5dr Touchtronic

2023

Semi-Auto

19.9 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 4,695

Petrol

Aston Martin DBX V8 DBX707 Touchtronic Aston Ma Es +24
Aston Martin DBX £159,990
V8 DBX707 Touchtronic Aston Ma

2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5,354

Petrol

Aston Martin DBX V8 550 Touchtronic Estate 2021, 2 +26
Aston Martin DBX £103,950
V8 550 Touchtronic

2021

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 25,243

Petrol

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Aston Martin DBX V8 550 5dr Touchtronic Hatchback
Aston Martin DBX £118,900
V8 550 5dr Touchtronic

2022

Automatic

19.8 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 16,774

Petrol

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Why buy a used Aston Martin DBX with Exchange and Mart?

Today, every luxury car maker depends to a very great extent on SUV models for its profitability. And for the first two decades of the 21st century, Aston Martin couldn't offer such a thing. If you want an explanation for the company's current financial woes, that's a primary one right there. In some ways, this unfortunate position is to be respected. Years ago, Aston could have borrowed a design from its Mercedes shareholder and simply repackaged it. But former CEO Andy Palmer was determined to do the job properly - and did so with the DBX, the car on which the future of the company now depends. Which was brave given the huge investment needed to create not only an all-new aluminium platform chassis but also the necessary all-new factory (in St Athan, South Wales) necessary to build this car. It's a six figure super-SUV of course, so forget Cayennes and Q8s; think instead of rivals like the Lamborghini Urus and the Bentley Bentayga.

About the Aston Martin DBX

SUVs have saved many a luxury brand since the turn of the century, Porsche Bentley and Lamborghini being just three recent examples. In the world's current uncertain financial economy, I can't predict whether the DBX will be able to add Aston Martin to that list. What I can say is that everything the company possibly could have done in creating this car has been done and that success here is deserved, even if it can't be assured. The model's importance lies far beyond merely just being the first Aston Martin SUV. It's the car that launched the company's second manufacturing plant. And a pivotal design in the 'Second Century Plan' that the brand is pinning all its hopes upon. Luxury SUV buyers won't care about any of that of course. They'll simply want to know whether this could be the ultimate high performance model of this kind ever made. The answer is that for many of them, it very well might be.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.