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Aston Martin Virage (1989 - 1995)

5

Virage

reviewed by Anonymous on 23 May 2018
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
3
Running costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the garage or specialist
4
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

A smile with every mile

I bought my Virage in 2012, so now mine for over 6 years. My car as been regularly serviced and maintained by the previous owner and myself, it’s been problem free and never let me down and I do our local car club runs usually 100 to 200 miles. When I bought the car I did some preventive maintainable including all new engine belts, fitted braided brake hoses, and new fluid, replaced all water hoses and electrical relays. This all sounds terrible but it’s not really as I’ve now had 6 reliable years of pleasure. I think the best way to keep an old classic is to use it as often as you can, that’s what it was built for, not to be sat in a garage under a cover. It’s a car use it, enjoy it and put a smile on your face and lots of others who appreciate great cars the chances are most people have never seen a Virage before and when they do they love it.

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About this car

Top speed155 mph
0-607.0 s
Power330 bhp

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