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After 4 wonderful years of owning my XFR Le Mans edition I have just sold it to a friend. It's his Xmas pressie.
It's been a fantastic car and virtually trouble free.
I guess I will miss it a bit but as I now have the Aston Martin Vanquish 2 it would have just sat idle. At least it will get used by a fellow enthusiast.

Have a great Christmas all of you and lets hope next year sees some form of normality return.

Cheers. Les.
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To be fair, the Aston Martin is a gorgeous looking car and I have to say that I don't blame you at all..

But if you'd have had a facelift XFR... 馃槈
 

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They look so lovely together it鈥檚 a shame to separate them.
 

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If I had to change from my XFR, an Aston Martin V8 would be in prime position... Enjoy the new car and I hope it lives up to the XFR. The bar is set pretty high though :)

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If I had to change from my XFR, an Aston Martin V8 would be in prime position... Enjoy the new car and I hope it lives up to the XFR. The bar is set pretty high though :)

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To be honest, the XFR is remapped and extremely quick. The Vanquish however is in a different league, the sound of the V12 is glorious.
The biggest surprise is that both of them return the same MPG, how good is that.
 
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