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Gstaad, CH; 2017 NYE. “Parked” (nosed-in, a meter deep, with engine running) in a snowdrift in front of The Palace hotel’s entry, windows down, in the midst of heavy snowfall… it was easy to determine which bar patron was responsible… should have taken it off his hands, in retrospect. Leaving after two rounds of beverages, it was in the same spot, still running. The only difference being the four inches of snow accumulated in the driver seat… Reply Doug… Jag X150 has similar ambiguous control for heated/cooled seats, but on the touchscreen. Similar quirk. Reply Anyone else just skip to the end to watch Doug drive them? Reply Doug: This is the most beautiful car I’ve ever seen. Styling gets a 9/10. Reply Whats the different between this one and longonda Reply to people who don't know you're buying a giant Ford Taurus things shouldn't be so bad Reply so basically the engine is two Ford Taurus basically coil packs Reply So basically is a bargain version of a Lagonda Taraf Reply Interior could be less clumpy. Id have it set bare minimum so more space inside. Reply 2011? Dude wish you had reviewed a newer one like a 2014 Reply "in back", oh dear, you 'mericans. Reply I STILL WANT ONE Reply 3:38 I’ll take what’s lurking in the background Reply Para mi, este Aston es el vehículo más de lujo que he visto en tu canal. Reply you are a legend Reply Looks like lagonda Taraf Reply My dad has an F150 it has heated seats no cold seats this car has heated and cold seats in the back Reply I have a 4 door 4 seat car with a large centre console that runs front to back now the problem is that I have two small children that require child seats with isofix and when fitted neither of them are able to do up their seatbelts because there is no room for their hands so I have to remove large amounts of skin to keep them safe Reply A 2011 Rapide costs $180k in Finland. God I love my country… not Reply This Astons one of my favorites It's really smooth and cool with a touch of competitive sportiness; a very beautiful stylish car. I have a friend who owns one and it rides very smoothly almost like your floating. It's an absolutely excellent piece of European excelence ( Comment from Jerome ) Reply Looks like a Ford Fusion Reply I’m going to be honest with you, Doug, not like you’re going to see this anyway. The horsepower figures are pathetic for the price and marque of this vehicle. A 2002 BMW E65 760li had 440 BHP, also from a V12, and it was significantly cheaper than this Rapide. You’d think for the price Aston was asking, this could have at LEAST had like 550 horsepower. Reply Glad I have a place to store my g string in the back seat pocket. lol Reply you sold me from the key to every other feature, it will be mine very soon Reply These are not cup holders. They are used for champagne flutes. Peasant! Reply if there ever was an endless money pit, this is it! cool car though. Reply GL Reply Until you have to replace a light bulb that costs 10k. Reply It's not about owning an exotic car but more how to maintain it. Reply looks like a tesla on the side view Reply You forgot to point out the Ford Mondeo air vents.. Reply Another Rapide thing with this Rapide is rapide fuel consumption. Reply Aston Martin design language doesn't translate well here. I know this segment is not new to the brand but the product doesn't feel serious, just a blind money grab. If this sold well upon release, I would be surprised. Reply Hey just checking in a year later. So how expensive are these bastards now? Reply Gosh what a annoying voice! Reply I'd rather buy a 2022 benz because of it's tech feature Reply i live in china ,and theres a rapide always parking down in the parking lot ,truth to be told, me and my friends all think it looks like a stretched ford mondeo Reply This man can sell me any car Reply Some Aston Martins are low in price because they cost $10k a year in maintenance. Theres a reason you can buy European luxury cars for 1/5th or even 1/10th of what they sold for new. You pay for it later. My friend bought an AMG for 10 grand but it immediately needed 11 grand worth of repairs and counting. Reply Gorgeous used super sedan, minus the infotainment screen Reply Funny how he raves how cool the car is then gives it low scores. Reply So this car devalued at a rate of about $1500/month. Reply That's one cool Auston Garmin! Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.