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New Aston Martin used car program goes global

Aston Martin’s pre-owned sports cars come with full factory backing

Published: November 2, 2016, 8:30 PM
Updated: November 7, 2016, 6:11 AM

Aston Martin Timeless

Aston Martin Timeless logo

Aston Martin is giving enthusiasts for the marque a chance to own one at a reduced price, with the announcement of a global pre-owned programme called Timeless.

Timeless will allow potential customers of Aston Martins around the world (at 164 dealers) to acquire one of the company’s pre-owned sports cars with full factory backing to ensure levels of quality, assurance and confidence to match the company’s new model offerings.

The program covers the last 10 years of Aston Martin models, allowing purchasers a choice of modern classics such as the DB9, DBS and V-12 Vantage, as well as exclusives such as the V-12 Zagato and One-77.

As with the current Aston Martin pre-owned service, customers are provided with a comprehensive suite of purchase and ownership supports, and adds a one-year warranty with full roadside assistance, full hardware and software updates, a certificate of build and full service history, and discounts on genuine Aston Martin accessories (for three months from time of purchase), among others.

Aston Martin Timeless sedan

“Additions such as the new inspection regime – which for the first time includes a comprehensive assessment and review of our cars’ software, as well as their technical condition – can only add confidence for our buyers,” said Aston Martin VP & Chief Sales Officer, Christian Marti. “Aston Martin rightly prides itself on its personal customer service, attention to detail and luxury, and with the debut of the Timeless pre-owned programme around the world, I know we are better placed than ever to continue to improve these elements of our business.”

Timeless is available immediately in the UK, Europe and the Middle East, with the expansion to Asia Pacific (except China, where it will not initially be available) and the Americas coming in the first quarter of 2017.