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2017 Aston Martin Rapide S Priced at $209,825 | Edmunds.com

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2017 Aston Martin Rapide S Priced at $209,825 | Edmunds.com

Prices for the 2017 Aston Martin Rapide S luxury sedan start at $209,825, including gas-guzzler tax and destination charge.

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    fordescortgtfordescortgt Member Posts: 32
    Still one of the best looking if not the most elegant "4-door coupes". Aston still evokes emotion in design and function. Unfortunately the rather classic exterior gives way to a rather dated mid 2000's feeling interior. I cannot get over the steering wheel design it feels so bulky and heavy. plus a 6.5 inch nav feels very Subaru. I mean performance is easily outmatched by any of the high spec Gerrman rivals, but then again you are not buying an Aston to be the fastest you are buying it because it is an Aston. That said the need to partner up quick on their infotainment and tech, buyers are endeared to the rather old lump up front and elegant styling, however those same drivers like to be connected using the latest and BEST tech. This is not a Bugatti, where simply using your right foot is all you need to do. This is supposed to be a practical GT that maybe you through the extra models/co-workers or dare I say kids in the back. This goes for all the 2 doors as well. I love the idea of a Aston that is fairly practical to commute in that has a great sounding engine, but I think the extended seat time (NOT ON A TRACK OR FOR WEEKEND DRIVING) warrants a much improved interior experience.
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    desmoliciousdesmolicious Member Posts: 671
    Huh, I thought the Nissan Maxima was the 4 Door Sports Car. They even have those 4DSC stickers on them.
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