Finance your Aston Martin Vantage

If this Aston Martin Vantage looks familiar, that's because the DB10 built for the Bond film Spectre was modelled on it. And you can have it too.

Why an Aston Martin Vantage?

Gorgeous, with a total lack of garish vents, slats, gaping holes, spoilers or other aerodynamic trickery, this is what sets the Vantage apart. Just a very clean, very simple car from designer Marek Reichman’s pen. The 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine comes from the bigger DB11 grand tourer, as does the eight-speed automatic gearbox, but aside from that, this is pretty much a new car.

Finance your Aston Martin Vantage

Straigt out of a movie scene into your garage: this incredible Aston Martin model can be yours. Take a look at the finance options available that work best for you.

Personal Contract Purchase (PCP)

This finance alternative requires you to put down a 10% deposit on your Vantage, followed by a series of monthly instalments for up to 5 years. At the end of the loan, you’ll have the option to pay the rest of the value of your Aston Martin, thus keeping it, or return the vehicle.

Lease Purchase (LP)

Also known as Balloon Hire Purchase, this funding type requires payment of an initial deposit, usually from 5 to 40% of the car price. Having lower monthly payments than a standard HP, these extend for 1 to 4 years, depending on what’s agreed. The agreement is finalised with an optional balloon payment (where you purchase the vehicle in full) or vehicle refinance, part-exchange, resale.

Hire Purchase (HP)

This type of finance starts with an initial deposit of usually 10%, followed by monthly payments towards your car. The moment these are paid, one final fee will be applied, so you will own the Aston Martin Vantage.

Work out how much you can afford

Use Fora Finance's car finance calculator to get the best possible deal and estimate how much you can afford, what monthly costs you can expect, how long it will take to repay your loan and get an approximate worth of your Aston Martin Vantage. Have questions or would like to discuss your funding options more in-depth? Email us or contact our team through our online contact form.

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