There are more opportunities than ever before for lovers of fine automobiles to get behind the wheel of an incredible machine, and Aston Martin is the latest manufacturer to extend their offerings to a wider audience than ever before.
Through a partnership with Ally Financial, Aston Martin is extending a closed ended lease program to all of their locations in the United States, bringing the month-to-month cost of driving a new Aston Martin lower than its ever been. A May 1 press release from Ally details the new program, which offers payments as low as $1,900 a month for qualified lessees.
All of the core sports cars from Aston Martin will be included in this program, including the V12 Vantage and the DB9. It has yet to be determined in the DB10 will be included in this program, though with its integral role in the new James Bond movie, “Spectre,” demand for the model is expected to be high.
A new page on Aston Martin’s website states that this new program will be launched in mid-May, meaning that in as little as two weeks, you could be signing a lease for your own Aston. As always, this offer is subject to terms, conditions and availability, and it almost goes without saying that a down payment will be required upon signing. Be sure to visit Aston Martin’s website, or visit your local dealer, to learn more about this offer.
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Of course, if you are more interested in a long-term commitment from your vehicle, you can always browse our exclusive Aston Martin listings at the button below, and find the perfect model to keep for as long as you’d like.
(Source: Ally Financial, Aston Martin)