The Aston Martin DBX707 is yet to be evaluated in a crash test by the NHTSA or IIHS. But with a comprehensive list of standard safety features and driver assists, we're guessing the DBX707 would perform as you'd expect in a collision.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
Aston Martin DBX707 safety is covered by a host of passive and active safety features. US-spec models are delivered with driver, front passenger, and knee airbags, side curtain airbags, and front and rear thorax airbags.
Driver-assist features include adaptive cruise control, blind-spot and lane change warning, rear cross-traffic detection, and lane keep assist. The forward collision warning system makes the cut, and so do the handy traffic sign recognition and automatic emergency braking functions.
As you'd expect, the brakes are ABS-equipped. There's stability and traction control to help keep you on the road, along with roll-over stability control, which minimizes the risk of rolling over in sudden maneuvers or unexpected instances.
Lastly, Isofix child seat anchor points can be found on the outer rear seats.
|Aston Martin DBX707 Trims||707|
|Rear Parking Aid||N/A|
|Blind Spot Monitor||S|
|Lane Departure Warning||S|
|Lane Keeping Assist||S|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||S|
The Aston Martin DBX707 is yet to suffer any recall issues. However, it's worth noting that the MY2021 DBX was recalled for an issue relating to the headliner foam blocks. Unlike the Astons of old, the DBX707 feels properly screwed together.
If, however, something should go awry, you'll be pleased to know that the 2023 Aston Martin DBX707 ships standard with a three-year unlimited warranty that can be extended. There's also a ten-year unlimited mileage anti-perforation corrosion warranty.
It may not have been crash tested - and therefore has no official ratings - but the DBX707 should prove to be a very safe motor vehicle. It's packed full of the latest safety features and driver assists.