(2nd of 2 vehicles)
The Aston Martin Virage is the independent film that's as good as the blockbusters in the theater, but not as widely advertised. Those looking for a same kind of thrills and elegance associated with A
The Aston Martin Virage is not the quickest out of its competitive set, so those looking to turn amazing lap times or win Rodeo Road drag races might want look elsewhere.
The Aston Martin Virage is quick and corners well, but it's technically not a sports car that's built for all-out speed. Behind the wheel, there's a lot of communication between the driver and what's happening where the tires meet the tarmac, but there is a little bit of a disconnect. The steering and throttle are responsive, but the car almost feels like it over-responds to driver inputs. In short, the Virage is fun to drive, fast, responsive and nimble, but the driver has to work to minimize the drama, or drive in a more sedate manner.
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