Founded over one hundred years ago in 1913, Aston Martin is synonymous with luxury sports cars and grand tourers. Originally established by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, the company fully established itself as an automotive icon in the 1960s.
With the popularity on the big screen of the DB5 model, Aston Martin was now known as a world-renowned brand. Producing some of the most iconic and recognisable vehicles around, such as the Vantage, Aston Martin has enjoyed near constant success.
Its range of cars can fall into a variety of categories for insurance companies, including business, sports, high-performance and executive saloon. So finding the right policy, insurer and price can be tricky.
You can take a look at the table below to get an idea of how your Aston Martin compares to others in the range. You can use this information to better understand the quotes you get. Insurers will generally rate higher for vehicles with more powerful engines and any additional, non-standard extras you have. Although your premium will also be calculated based on a range of factors, concerning you and your driving history.
Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Aston Martin models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
Produced from 1994 – 2004, the DB7 is a grand tourer that is available as either a coupe or convertible. The car made its debut at the 1992 Geneva Motor Show. It was aimed by Aston Martin to be its entry-level model, sitting below the earlier-released V8. The model proved to be incredibly popular, with over 7,000 built by the company before it was replaced by the DB9.
To insure an Aston Martin DB7 for the year will cost close to £612* in you’re aged 46 – 50.
|Aston Martin DB7 coupe (94 - 03)||0 - 60mph in seconds**|
|Alfred Dunhill FH||3.2||5.5||-|
|Vantage||6.0 V12||4.8 - 4.9||K|
|Anniversary Edition||6.0 V12||4.9||K|
The DB9 was first revealed at the 2003 Frankfurt Auto Show and is the successor to the incredibly popular Aston Martin DB7. Highly praised by car critics, the car was in production from 2004 – 2016 and was replaced by the DB11.
The DB9 was even adapted for sports-car racing by Aston Martin. By removing many of the interior features and replacing the aluminium body parts with carbon fibre, the weight was significantly reduced. Insuring a DB9 for a 36 – 40 year old could cost close to £924* for a year.
|Aston Martin DB9 (04 - on)||0 - 60mph in seconds**|
|Standard Trim||6.0 V12||4.5 - 4.9||K - M|
|Bond Edition||6.0 V12||4.4||M|
|GT Volante||6.0 V12||4.5||M|
|Volante||6.0 V12||4.5 - 4.9||K - M|
The Vantage is Aston Martin’s answer to those potential buyers looking for something along the lines of the Porsche 911. Built to compete in the exotic-sport-car and GT car markets, it was publically unveiled in 2005 and is still in production today.
Those aged 41 – 45 looking to insure an Aston Martin Vantage will be paying around £1,153* to insure the car for a year.
|Aston Martin Vantage (05 - 18)||0 - 60mph in seconds**|
|Standard Trim||6.0 V12||4.1||K - M|
|S||6.0 V12||3.6 - 3.8||M|
- Established - 1913
- Founders - Lionel Martin & Robert Bamford
- Headquarters - Gaydon, Warwickshire, U.K.
Aston Martin’s rich and prestigious heritage over the past 100 years defines them as a truly unique producer in automotive history. Since their founding in 1913, the style, performance and character of their vehicles has helped develop the brand into one of the most iconic, recognised, and desirable car brands in the world.
Insuring your Aston Martin is important, as a legal requirement on UK roads, and for your own piece of mind. Confused.com can help you make sure your car is properly protected by comparing dozens of policies and providers in minutes, and sending our best quotes to you. We've also compiled an extensive collection of articles and guides, which you can access to the right, to help you understand what you’re paying for, and why. You might also find the following resources useful;