2021 Aston Martin DBX Review: The GT of SUVs

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
No Drama
Once the wet roads dried, the DBX became even more fun to drive. Grip from the Pirelli P-Zero summer tires improved dramatically, allowing us to hustle the Aston SUV into corners. And although it cruises like a GT, the DBX also handles like a sports car. Steering is precise with excellent feedback, and the DBX stays flat through the corners. The SUV’s strong brakes inspire confidence, and acceleration out of corners in dry weather is pleasingly quick with no drama.

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