A handy book-guide for Aston Martin DB9 I Restyling Convertible, which details all the technical characteristics and capabilities of this car. If you are having difficulty understanding the purpose of the elements in your car, then this operation and repair manual is just for you. The book contains a detailed description of all parts of the engine, interior, suspension, a color scheme of electrical equipment, and much more that every motorist will need.
In the second half of the book, all the main recommendations for the repair of Aston Martin DB9 1 Restyling Convertible are collected. Detailed photos describing the procedure for replacing a unit that has failed. The list of repair instructions is arranged in the order of the most frequent failure of one or another node of this model.
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As the English magazine Autocar recently noted, sales of 007’s favorite marque fell from 5,500 units in 2007 to 3,000 units in 2009. However, Aston has picked up by 2010, forecasting production of 4,000 2-door models at its Gaydon (England) plant, as well as 500 of the new Rapide sedan, supplied from Austria under a contract with manufacturer Magna International. However, Aston Martin is in as much trouble as James Bond himself is on his next mission.
To begin with, the widely predicted global economic recovery that all automakers are counting on is expected by analysts to be slow and weak, especially given the sovereign debt crisis in the European Union. In addition, Aston has agreed to make 2,000 Rapides every year from 2011 to 2016. This means the company may need to sell more cars than it sold in 2007 just to stay afloat. And pulling out of the Magna deal, if need be, could cost up to $20 million, according to some estimates, a lot for a small automaker that doesn’t have a lot of cash to spare right now.
Equally worrying is that the company’s flagship model, the Aston Martin DB9, is almost seven years old and no longer young. This does not bode well for the upcoming sales in the high-end market, where “new” matters most and customers can be very picky. Even worse, other models will soon have to urgently upgrade, since they are all, basically, variations of the DB9. Last but certainly not least, the British automaker faces the not-so-easy task of meeting stringent new European CO2 emission standards and tough new fuel economy regulations, at least in the US.
While the company is small enough to qualify for a couple of waivers, it won’t be able to avoid the new rules entirely and will therefore have to make its products cleaner and more fuel efficient – threatening another big blow to the company’s spending line.
However, like the quirky 007, Aston Martin plans to elude its predicament by being creative with what it has at hand. That’s why the company has shelved proposed clean-slate redesigns slated for the coming decade in favor of thoroughly rebuilt vehicles that will save development money, meet new regulations and, with fresh styling, generate ample sales. At least in theory. The first phase of this plan B is the refurbishment of Aston Martin’s flagship 4-seater DB9 coupe and Volante convertible for sale. The purveyor of James Bond’s favorite cars is battling weight for a major update to its core models. Short of a complete redesign, the lighter Aston Martin DB9 is expected to have reduced carbon emissions and fuel consumption, according to the company. World media predict a European launch in 2013, and a US debut, respectively, in 2014.