Used Bentley For Sale

2022 Bentley Continental GT GT

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$269,999

When embarking on a journey that demands comfort and class, the Bentley Continental GT stands tall among the elite few. The GT abbreviation stands for Grand Touring, offering a wealth of luxuries and ample cargo room for a week's worth of travel. Bentley Motors Limited, the brand behind this beauty, has been renowned for crafting vehicles that are visually stunning and boast unparalleled power and precision since 1919. For 2022, the Bentley Continental GT offered two engine options, though we prefer the standard V8 engine, which is a finely polished jewel. Presented here is a stunning example of the 2022 Bentley Continental GT V8 that holds just 4,950 miles on its clock. This means that you are basically getting a fresh deal. So, buckle up and get ready to cruise in the ultimate combination of luxury and power.

1996 Bentley Azure Convertible

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$49,995

If you are looking for class and performance, look no further than the models from Bentley Motors. Bentley Motors Limited was founded in 1919 in Crewe, England as a designer and manufacturer of luxury cars and SUVs. Bentley has a heritage in motorsport, especially the endurance type, such as the 24 Hours Le Mans where they've won multiple times. From 1995 to 2009, the Bentley Azure was produced under two distinct generations. The Azure was co-designed with Pininfarina, hence its sleek and classy appearance. For 1996 Bentley made and sold only 229 units, of which this particular 1996 Bentley Azure convertible with just 27,500 miles on the odometer, still in excellent shape and ready for a new home.

2006 Bentley Continental GT

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$34,999

While under the ownership of Rolls-Royce Motors, a plan had been chalked up for a smaller, slightly more affordable Bentley to be built. That plan, however, remained on the chalkboard until Volkswagen AG took over, making it the first release under their management. Some might argue that the Continental GT was built on an assembly line, thereby making it a "less special" Bentley from the rest of them, but just look at this 2006 Bentley Continental GT. Does it not look extravagant? Does it not stand as an example of something special? One thing is for sure, this one is up for sale, and it could soon be your finest asset yet.

2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

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$38,499

Bentley is a British luxury vehicle manufacturer. They have been in the business since 1888, when they were founded as Bentley Motors Limited by W.O. Bentley. In 1998, the company eventually became a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. Bentley cars have long been sought after due to their attention to detail and exclusivity. 2006 saw Bentley introduce the Flying Spur variant of their mass-produced Continental model. This was a full-sized high-performance luxury saloon with all the bells and whistles. A first-generation 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is up for grabs with just 41,000 miles on the odometer.

2021 Bentley Bentayga

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$199,499

The luxury SUV market is forever growing. Porsche was the first to the party with their Cayenne being released in the early 2000s and, in time, became the German manufacturer's top seller. The Cayenne set out to replicate the 911 driving experience but in an SUV; imagine if one could replicate the luxury and new world performance of Bentley in an SUV? It's time you stopped playing around with the idea and feast your eyes on this 2021 Bentley Bentayga V8 we have today. With a reported 11,400 miles on the clock, this fine example is uber-luxury motoring in the modern age and yours to enjoy on the daily run or a weekend cruiser.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur First Edition

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$229,999

Browsing through Bentley’s website you’ll see that they describe the 3rd generation Bentley Flying Spur as “A combination of performance and luxury that should be impossible”. Looking at this 2020 Bentley Flying Spur W12 First Edition Sedan and you instantly know that statement is not just a marketing gimmick. With 23,000 miles reported on the clock this First Edition specification is the golden standard of Bentley and, yours to drive off in, today!

2014 Bentley Flying Spur

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$82,500

Bentley’s Flying Spur is one of the British luxury automaker’s most iconic nameplates, with a history spanning several decades. This 2014 Bentley Flying Spur hails from the second generation of the model since it was relaunched in 2005. As a full-size four door luxury sedan, the Flying Spur is meant to be the more practical – relatively – option to the two-door, driver-focused Continental GT range. This car has done 38,000 miles since new, and is an excellent way to join the Bentley lifestyle.

2015 Bentley Flying spur

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PENDING SALE
$79,999

The Bentley Mulsanne flagship sedan is offered in in three trim levels with the Flying Spur being the performance sedan. Then again, there are two engine choices: a V8 and a W12. When compared to the powertrain with the extra cylinders, the V8 engine is a welcome reminder of how profound it is at effortless throttle response and lag-free delivery. Any driving enthusiast would agree that the driving pleasure offered by the V8 Flying Spur more than offset the lack of power and torque of its big brother. This 2015 Bentley Flying Spur V8 made its way to our inventory from Texas having completed a 51,000-mile journey. Aside from delivering stunning performance, it brags luxury inside and out. It is a real Goldilocks, offering the perfect balance of luxury and fun for you to enjoy.

2016 Bentley Continental GT Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$145,999

Bentley and their range of Continentals are at the forefront of the grand tourer market. Driving a Bentley Continental is a class above the rest, and in recent years the marque has proved to be a performance machine giving some sports cars a run for their money as well; even the old Top Gear trio were impressed during their visit to Australia with Richard Hammond giving the other two a run for their money when driving a Bentley Continental GT on the dangerous Australian outback. With luxury and the performance to match, its time you experienced all this Bentley goodness with this lovely 2016 Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible. This is one neat example with just 19,000 miles reported on the clock.

1958 Bentley S1 Saloon

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$27,999

In the mid Fifties, Bentley rolled out the S1 as its flagship full-sized luxury offering. Running for four years between 1955 and 1958, the S1 could be gotten as a four-door sedan, or two-door coupe. These majestic cars represented the conveyance of the well-heeled at the time, and it wasn’t uncommon to see celebrities and prominent personalities alighting from the rear seat of one. This 1958 Bentley S1 is thus a collector’s car, as well as perfect if you want a slice of Fifties luxury in your life. It’s got 97,000 miles under its belt and appears well cared for.

2005 Bentley Arnage R

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PENDING SALE
$58,500

Bentley and Rolls-Royce are known as purveyors of the finest luxury automobiles in the world. Hailing from Britain, they enjoy a friendly rivalry, each with their own loyal customers and fan base. In 1998, Bentley released the Arnage as their full-sized luxury car offering, and the model ran for eleven years until the Mulsanne replace it. The Arnage is a slice of old-school Bentley with modern trimmings beneath the retro-styled surfaces. This 2005 Bentley Arnage R is a perfect example of why one should not let appearances deceive. The seller reports that the car has maintained service records, and it bears just 19,000 miles on the odometer.

2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

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$39,999

When Bentley Motors released the Continental GT two-door coupe in 2003, as the brand’s first mass-production automobile, they followed up two years later with the four-door Continental Flying Spur saloon, for those who desired a larger and more spacious option. Now on its third generation, the model has since dropped the Continental tag, merely known as the Flying Spur. If you’re after one of those first-generation cars, this 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a fine option for your consideration. Coming from California with just 54,000 miles, it goes to show that mass production didn’t mean any compromise in the renowned British luxury and craftsmanship.

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2016 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Flying Spur

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$109,500
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Driving a Bentley is a cause for celebration, for one to know that they have made it in life. You get luxury and years of belonging to a brand that promotes elegance and a cut above the rest; being behind the wheel of one makes you feel like you are the only person on the road. Don't take our word for it; check out this 2016 Bentley Continental Flying Spur we have today, for instance. This is a luxury sitting room on wheels with a reported 18,150 miles on the clock.

2017 Bentley Continental GT Convertible V8

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$155,000
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Bentley is a name that is well-associated with luxury, prestige, and power. Building cars for over a century, Bentley's pedigree of engineering has culminated in creating one of the most enthralling luxury automobiles in history, the Continental. Although an extremely fast and powerful vehicle, the Continental is for those who have grown out of or never saw the appeal of a rugged sports car or supercar in the traditional sense. Instead, the Continental is for those with a more refined taste. For people who like to go fast but don't want to throw out their back in the process. It is, in all essence, the supercar for the gentleman. The opportunity is now open to becoming such a vehicle's proud owner. This particular 2017 Bentley Continental GT V8 is everything that you would need. Sporting a beautifully designed exterior and powerful engine, with only 9,505 miles reported on the clock, claiming ownership of this vehicle is an absolute steal.

2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed

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$139,999
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The formula of matching performance and luxury is one that’s perfected by Bentley and as of recent the automotive manufacturer has been churning out some of world’s best grand tourers. Are you looking to look cool at your local country club and also hit some impressive lap times? This 2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed we have today is a nice way of going about it. With 16,904 miles reported on the clock this is grand tourer and one way to get about in style.

1996 Bentley Continental R R Sedan

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$44,999
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The luxury English marque, Bentley Motors Limited was formed in 1919. Their heritage traces to the times when their first aluminum pistons were fitted onto World War I attack aircraft. By the 1980s the Bentley marque was beginning to decline, one of the models that revived the brand is the Bentley Continental R and the subsequent bespoke Blackpool cars. The Bentley Continental R was produced from 1991 to 2003. It features a unique body within Rolls-Royce and was without a doubt the best Bentley to date in terms of performance, and luxury. Up for grabs is a 1996 Bentley Continental R beautifully maintained and with just 50,100 miles on the odometer.

2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe

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$35,999
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The Bentley Continental GT grand tourer, introduced in 2003, would be the first new Bentley under Volkswagen’s stewardship. Employing mass production techniques for the first time in the fabled British luxury car maker’s history didn’t dilute its impact, as the Continental GT still employed a certain degree of hand building, and something that contemporary Bentleys enjoy to this day. This specific example of a 2005 Bentley Continental GT bears just 60,900 miles, and is the ideal ticket to 2000s British luxury, and speed.

2016 Bentley Continental V8 Convertible

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$147,999
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The British have contributed massively to the world of automobiles, and none more than in the luxury segment. Their much-lauded luxury vehicle manufacturer brand Bentley has been in the business for well over 100 years since 1919. While owned by the Volkswagen Group since 1998, the Bentley brand is still wholeheartedly British. In a bid to increase its presence in the global luxury vehicle market, Bentley introduced the Bentley Continental GT, a grand tourer. It holds the honor as the first Bentley vehicle to step away from hand-build manufacturing to mass production techniques. Up for grabs is a 2016 Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible with just 19,000 miles on the odometer and ready for a new home.

2007 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Sedan

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$44,999
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Going fast is fun, but at certain times slowing it down and basking in luxury is the way to sum up one's weekend. Picking your luxury choice of weapon can often be a tricky task and that's where this lovely 2007 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Sedan comes in to solve your issue. With a reported 38,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is the perfect way to cruise into the week and quite the looker on your driveway.

2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Sedan

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$52,499
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Bentley’s Continental Grand Tourer was the first car released by the British luxury automaker under the stewardship of Volkswagen. Following the Continental’s success, the Continental Flying Spur (actually just Flying Spur) was released in 2006 as the four-door variant. This 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur that we’ve got up for sale wears just 20,102 miles since new, and is great if you’re on the lookout for quintessential British luxury wrapped in a four door package without the wallet sting of a brand new one. Car prices are at all time highs globally due to the economic situation, so why not be a savvy buyer and snap up this low-miler instead?

2006 Bentley Continental Coupe

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$53,999
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When Volkswagen AG took over the Bentley brand, they wasted no time in debuting new models for the 2000s and beyond. The first Bentley under their stewardship was the Continental GT, in 2003. Currently on the third generation, this fine British luxurious Grand Tourer remains a firm favorite among celebrities, sportspersons, and business tycoons. These cars don’t age in the traditional sense either, but enter a new dimension of classic luxury as age piles on. That’s why this 2006 Bentley Continental GT Coupe is still a highly desirable purchase. With 39,000 miles on the clock, it’s fairly fresh too.

2017 Bentley Continental

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$126,499
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Bentley Motors Limited has been in the handcrafted automobile industry since 1919 when it was founded in Britain by H.M. Bentley and W. O. Bentley. While initially well regarded as a durable and performance-oriented manufacturer, Bentley eventually acquired a taste for building luxury cars with their acclaimed performance. In 1998 Bentley came into the Volkswagen group after being acquired by the latter from Vickers. To capture the younger market, Bentley introduced the Bentley Continental GT, a grand tourer built through an assembly line in 2003. A second-generation 2017 Bentley Continental GT V8 is up for grabs with less than 14,050 miles on the odometer.

2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed Speed Convertible

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$124,999
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The letters GT on any car calls for the perfect mix of luxury and performance. Bentley's lineup of grand tourers is the stuff of legends, and in 2012 this greatness was taken to new heights with the release of the GT Speed Convertible. Unveiled at the legendary Goodwood Festival of Speed, Pebble Beach, and the Paris Motor Show to name a few, the car took the automotive world by storm. The folks over at Car and Driver even referred to the car as the "fastest 4-seater convertible in the world". With good looks, rich pedigree, and performance that can scare many, it's time you drove off in this 2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible we have today. With just a reported 11,950 miles on the clock, this is a future classic and a proper driver's car.

2018 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible

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$269,999
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Imagine a black shadow closing up on you, then passing by in the blink of an eye, leaving only a trail of lights. A blur that barely catches your eye in the day, and practically invisible in the dead of the night without the lights. Imagine that was you. That’s exactly what this black Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible can let you do. This ultra-powerful tourer can eat up the miles, and has reportedly done so for 14,000 of them. Of course, being a more modern Bentley, you’re able to enjoy a number of modern amenities including neck warmers. Being a 2018 model, you’re set right in the sweet spot where the car is recent enough to have some modern technology, but just enough years on its belt to not be too old.

2005 Bentley Continental

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PENDING SALE
$45,999
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The perfect Grand Tourer is always a hot topic; manufacturing the ideal grand tourer is no easy feat. Bentley is a big player in the Grand tourer market. Their Continental range has slowly built up a cult following over the years. The Bentley Continental was the first car manufactured by Volkswagen after buying over Bentley from Rolls Royce back in 1998. Finding a neat example has become increasingly challenging, and that’s why this 2005 Bentley Continental GT with just 32,000 miles reported on the clock is one savvy purchase.

2022 Bentley Continental Speed Convertible

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$359,999
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The British have contributed massively to the world of automobiles, and none more than in the luxury segment. Their much-lauded luxury vehicle manufacturer brand Bentley has been in the business for well over 100 years since 1919. While owned by the Volkswagen Group since 1998, the Bentley brand is still wholeheartedly British. In a bid to increase its presence in the global luxury vehicle market, Bentley introduced the Bentley Continental GT, a grand tourer. It holds the honor as the first Bentley vehicle to step away from hand-build manufacturing to mass production techniques. The Continental GT is currently in its third generation. One of these magnificent 2022 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertibles is up for sale with just 3,500 miles on the clock.

2019 Bentley Bentayga SUV

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$184,999
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With the growth of the SUV market, a host of manufacturers we never thought would build an SUV joined in on the fun. Bentley was the first of the two British pinnacle luxury manufacturers to do so with their Bentayga, a luxury SUV with the best offerings and performance could worry some sports car owners. With other manufacturers like Ferrari set to take on the SUV market, the Bentley Bentayga has set the bar very high and lifted customer expectations. So why not cruise around in luxury and practicality with this 2019 Bentley Bentayga SUV we have today. With just 8,300 miles reported on the clock, this uber-luxury performance SUV is a delight to own and drive, be it a comfortable drive home from work or a long trip with the family.

2011 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$49,000
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While the Flying Spur Speed's more performance-oriented sibling, the Continental GT, is catered towards those looking for a thrill, its four-door adaptation stands for something more. You see, unlike almost every other Bentley that's ever been made, the Flying Spur Speed was meant to be enjoyed by passengers of the back seat as their suit-wearing chauffeur drives them to their estate upcountry. In short, the Flying Spur is a brilliant example of automotive luxury, but don't be fooled, the car is by no means a slouch. We'll get to the specifics in a bit, but for now, let's appreciate that this 2011 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed is currently up for sale with 70,200 miles on the road.

2004 Bentley Continental GT Coupe W12

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PENDING SALE
$39,999
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Bentley’s Continental GT was the luxury automaker’s first new model released in 2003, after the Volkswagen takeover of the company in 1998. It was also the first of the Bentleys to employ mass production techniques, as opposed to the coach-built nature of earlier Bentleys. The objective was to broaden Bentley’s appeal and accessibility to a wider segment. This has paid off in spades, because the Conti GT is on its third generation and going strong in 2022. Here’s one of the cars from the first generation that started the whole trend, a Florida-based 2004 Bentley Continental GT Coupe W12 with a light 30,722 miles on the odo. The seller reports that most maintenance is current and up to date, and includes 3 keys with the sale.

2007 Bentley Continental GTC

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$49,999
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The automotive world has seen a major increase in prices recently, with much lesser cars going for similar prices that this lovely 2007 Bentley Continental GTC would have commanded when new. Why settle for less? This exclusive luxury coupe from one of Britain’s finest manufacturers is up for sale in Florida with just 62,000 miles on the clock, an ideal companion for sunset drives.

2018 Bentley Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$180,499
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Bentley’s Flying Spur is a full-sized luxury car offered by Bentley Motors, one of the duo of top-tier luxury cars from the United Kingdom. Bentley and Rolls-Royce are renowned to produce the best luxury cars that money can buy, and both brands enjoy strong followings. This fine example is a 2018 Bentley Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition from the second generation of the nameplate. Hailing from Florida with just 12,557 miles under its wheels, it’s a fine way to experience no-compromises British luxury that is a dream for many.

2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed Black Edition Convertible W12

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PENDING SALE
$234,999
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In 2003, Bentley Motors did something that was totally against their tradition. The company, now under Volkswagen AG, decided that it was time to build a Bentley that would be more attainable, and appeal to a younger set of clientele. Their solution was revealed at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, a sporty grand tourer dubbed the Continental GT. This car was the first-ever Bentley to be developed using mass-production techniques, making it significantly more affordable than most other vehicles in the automaker's arsenal, and they sold impressively. The GT Speed as featured here has been around since 2014 and was introduced as a more performance-driven variant of the Continental GT. The example in discussion has been reported by the seller to be an ultra-rare trim of the GT Speed, being just 1 of 10 with its specifications. The car is currently up for sale in Florida with just 9,000 miles on the road.

2015 Bentley Continental GTC Speed Convertible

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$134,999
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Bentley has long since been the name for luxury and performance, The epitome of grand touring and traveling in style if you must. Over the years they've shown the automotive world that a luxury car doesn't necessarily have to be a land yacht that's on the slow lane but one that you can shift down and power down any racetrack. Here's your chance to cruise down any track the Bentley way with this 2015 Bentley Continental GTC Speed we have today. Located in Florida this GT Speed Convertible has just 27900 miles on the clock with the 30,000-mile routine service has been done early to ensure this car runs right all the time.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur W12

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BID
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Bentley is known as one of the duo of uber-luxury British car manufacturers, the other is Rolls-Royce. These two companies have moved closer than you think over history, with periods of sharing componentry. Today, Bentley is under the VW Group umbrella, whilst Rolls-Royce belongs to BMW. The Flying Spur is one of their iconic nameplates that appeared between 1959 and 1962 on the Bentley S2 Continental Flying Spur, and again from 1962 to 1965 on the S3 Continental Flying Spur. Fast forward to 2005, and the Flying Spur nameplate would return, initially known as the Bentley Continental Flying Spur before the Continental name was dropped with the second-generation in 2013. Currently on the third generation, here’s a perfect example of one, a 2020 Bentley Flying Spur W12 from Nevada to pique your interest with just 5,300 miles on the odometer. This single owner car wore a sticker price of $326,815 when new, including over $60,000 worth of options.

2011 Bentley Continental Supersports GT Super Sports

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$74,999
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While Bentley had been spending the entirety of their time building uber luxury cars for the super-rich, the British carmaker's new management, Volkswagen AG, decided that it was time to make a Bentley for the people. The inspiration behind the Continental was to create a relatively affordable car that would appeal to a younger customer segment whilst still upholding the prestigious brand name. Bentley finally released the Continental in 2003 as a sporty Grand Tourer. It was the first Bentley to be manufactured using mass production manufacturing techniques, making it more affordable. In 2009, Bentley announced the limited edition Continental Supersports, a more capable version of the base model. This car is a 2011 Bentley Continental Supersports with 30,922 miles, and it's available for purchase in the Sunshine State, Florida. When new, it wore a window sticker price of $277,900.

1996 Bentley Azure Convertible

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$47,499
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Bentley and Rolls-Royce are arguably the finest mass-production luxury car makes in the world. Both are British brands, albeit owned by German automotive giants these days. The company is 102 years old and going strong. Their Azure model was produced over two generations from 1995 until 2009, as a convertible grand tourer. Based on the Arnage, it was a Bentley for those who wanted an luxury open-top two-door tourer, opposed to the brand’s four-door luxury sedans. If stately British luxury in a drop-top body is your thing, here’s a nice 1996 Bentley Azure Convertible for consideration. Coming from Florida with just 24,337 miles on its wheels, it’s an ideal thing to cruise around in whilst turning heads and doing so in supreme style and comfort.

2016 Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible

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PENDING SALE
SOLD
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Bentley and Rolls-Royce are the two pinnacle luxury automakers in the world. Both are from Britain, and they are constantly striving to outdo the other. Whilst Rolls-Royce has preferred to maintain its air of being stately and relaxing, Bentley’s DNA incorporates a bit of sportiness and driving entertainment as well. This is particularly reflected in models such as the Continental GT. Introduced in 2003, it was the first Bentley to embrace mass production manufacturing techniques. The second generation was produced from 2011 to 2018, before the third generation took over. This is a second-generation 2016 Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible with 15,360 miles on the clock. If you’re looking for a luxurious cruiser that can also be a bit of a bruiser, here’s your ticket.

2020 Bentley Bentayga Speed W12

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$229,999
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Bentley is British luxury car manufacturer whose name is often said in the same breath as Rolls-Royce. In fact, the two have often jockeyed for the crown of ultimate purveyor of British luxury cars, with Bentley being more athletic and powerful, whilst Rolls-Royce is the more laid-back and chilled out one. Of course, both terms are relative, as a Bentley is a supremely luxurious vehicle. In the company’s 102-year history, the Bentayga was the first SUV they ever made, when it came on the market in December 2015. As Bentley is owned by Volkswagen, this SUV’s platform is shared with the Lamborghini Urus, Audi Q7 and Q8 and the Porsche Cayenne. The Bentayga has its body manufactured in Germany, painted in Banbury, England before final assembly at the brand’s iconic Crewe factory. You can imagine how much prestige, luxury, and class this 2020 Bentley Bentayga Speed carries, then. It’s from the second-generation Bentayga that was introduced in 2018, and is a limited-edition Speed variant. True to the name, it’s the fastest Bentayga you can get. This fine example comes from Texas with just 7,550 miles on the clock. It’s for sale by its original owner and reportedly garage-kept.

2013 Bentley Continental GTC

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PENDING SALE
$104,999
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What do Bentley and Volkswagen AG have in common? None than the Bentley Continental GTC. The Bentley Continental GT was first showed off in 2003, and it was the first car to be released by Bentley under the Volkswagen AG umbrella since 1998. Another first for Bentley is that the Continental was the first car to step away from the usual handcrafted Bentley builds to mass production manufacturing techniques. The Bentley Continental GTC is currently on its third generation and with a myriad of special editions under its belt. Our subject vehicle is a second-generation drop-top 2013 Bentley Continental GTC with just 28,200 miles on the clock from New York.

2010 Bentley Continental GTC

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$79,999
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The name Bentley conjures up images of stately, yet sporty British luxury sedans and coupes with large engines under their hood designed for driving in a stately fashion but capable of a surprising turn of speed when pushed. The Bentley Continental lineup comprises a four-door sedan (Flying Spur), two-door coupe (GT) and convertible (GTC). Introduced in 2003, the Continental GT led the charge, and was the first to be produced after the company was taken under the wing of the Volkswagen Group five years earlier in 1998. 2005 saw the Flying Spur hit the market, followed by the GTC in 2006. This car is a first-generation 2010 Bentley Continental GTC that wore a sticker price of $243,155 when new. It has just 23,935 miles on the clock, a clean Carfax and three original keys.

2017 Bentley Continental GT V8 S

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$149,999
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Bentley, a name that evokes class and craftsmanship. From the early twentieth century, Bentley was in the business of making luxury British cars with details to behold. In fact, Bentley is known to be the sportier of the two British luxury marques, with competitor Rolls-Royce being a bit more laid back. This same heritage is reflected in their current model lineup, such as the Bentley Continental. While the Bentley Continental was the first Bentley to be mass-produced, it was held to the same standards as the brand’s previous handcrafted cars. A vehicle that is sought after by collectors for its value and class, our subject vehicle a 2017 Bentley Continental GT V8 S is a collector-owned car hailing from Hawaii with just 7,445 miles on the clock.

2016 Bentley Continental Coupe

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$149,999
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With the acquisition of Bentley by Volkswagen in 1998, The British car manufacturer began to broaden its appeal while maintaining the ethos behind the quintessential luxury car brand. With the success of Bentley's first-generation grand tourer, the Continental GT, Bentley went ahead and produced the second generation of the Continental GT. While Bentley cars are known to be an expensive affair and for a very select market segment, the Continental GT was made to be a luxurious grand tourer, removed from some of the marque's more staid and uptight sedans of old. Our subject car is a 2016 Bentley Continental Coupe with just 1047 miles on the clock! With an initial MSRP of $238,270, there may never be another chance to own such a low mileage Continental GT.

2018 Bentley Bentayga Signature Edition

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PENDING SALE
$149,999
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Opulent accessories, hand-stitched leather, lavishness and power have always been Bentleys way. The Bentayga, the initial SUV introduced by Bentley has all the luxury, space, power and speed as expected from a Bentley making it highly desirable in the SUV market. When launched in 2016, the Bentayga was the fastest SUV in production and was the default choice for ones who seek the finest SUV the market had to offer. In 2018 Bentley announced five Bentayga models and offered today is a fine example of the 2018 Bentley Bentayga Signature Edition. Located in Florida, this Bentayga has all maintenance up to date and is recently serviced at the dealer. With just 27000 miles on its clock, the original MSRP for this Bentayga was a staggering $281,639.50.

2010 Bentley Continental GT Speed

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$57,999
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The Bentley Continental GT was the first car revealed by Bentley after under Volkswagen AG management and the first Bentley to employ mass production manufacturing techniques. Debuting in 2003, this grand tourer was about refinement and elegance and a hint of sporting ability. However, the Bentley Continental GT Speed was introduced in 2008 and added a dash of excitement to the more sedate base GT. This outstanding example of the 2010 Bentley Continental GT speed you see today bears some of the iconic Continental GT styling. It offers all the lavish luxuries you seek from a Bentley. Located in Utah, this GT speed has 51,928 miles on its clock and comes with a string of optional packages.

2005 Bentley Continental GT

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$34,999
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Bentley is known to be a brand of luxury and class and a symbol of prestige. Until the GT's introduction, Bentleys were viewed as stoic and exclusive cars to own, only obtainable by a small segment. 2003 marked the debut of the Continental GT, a grand tourer that gave the appearance of a sports coupe. What's more, the Continental GT's design made it more affordable, without compromising on quality. It opened the doors to a much larger segment of customers. The 'Big B' featured below is a beautiful example of the first generation GT and has clocked a mere 44,000 miles on the road and comes with a clean Carfax.

2015 Bentley Flying Spur V8

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$87,999
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Manufactured in Crewe, Bentley’s home in the United Kingdom, the Flying Spur is a decadent take on the four-door sedan. This, the V8, is the second generation of Flying Spur. Based on the Continental sporting coupes, the Flying Spur provides a more luxurious and elegant spin on the platform. With stunning craftsmanship, both inside and out, the Bentley Flying Spur is as imposing today as it was when new. Located in Florida and with just 18,705 miles on the clock, this luxurious British sedan offers one of the most compelling ways of experiencing true elegance on four wheels.

2013 Bentley Continental GT

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$88,999
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A British design and engineering symbol, the Bentley Continental GT sports the timeless lines of a modern sports Coupe. The Continental GT was the brand’s first luxury car from a mass assembly line and packed the most potent Bentley engine ever crammed in a road car. Later editions featured a more accessible 4.0L V8 Twin Turbo—almost as potent with far more practical power use. This “Moonbeam Silver” 2013 Bentley Continental GT has just 8700 miles on the clock and promises to be one of the lowest mileage examples on offer for sale today. While every Bentley Continental GT is special, our subject car has the distinction of having some very choice additions made to it from the factory.

2012 Bentley Continental GT

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$62,999
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The Bentley Continental GT is an icon of British design and engineering. It has the timeless lines of a modern Bentley sports coupe combined with the effortless luxury that only the “winged B” marque can pull off in a grand tourer. This Havana Brown example is located in Memphis, Tennessee, and has 66,000 miles on the clock. More than just a pretty shape, this 2012 Bentley Continental GT has an attractive combination of optional extras that have been selected from the factory.

2016 Bentley Continental GTC

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$114,999
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This uniquely-finished Bentley Continental GT could be yours. A 2016 Bentley Continental GTC, the grand-tourer naturally lends itself to the drop-top body-style, and instantly offers a great way of offering unmatched luxury to whoever is lucky enough to be behind the wheel. This Bentley Continental GTC is located in Miami, Florida, and has 27,000 miles on the clock. With a unique exterior appearance and an interior that’s just as special, this Bentley is the perfect companion for anyone wanting the ultimate in convertible British luxury cars.

2016 Bentley Continental Breitling Jet Team Limited Edition 3/7

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$159,999
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The collaboration between the two Bs—Bentley and Breitling—is a well-documented and long-standing partnership between a great automotive marque and a crafter of fine timepieces. But this 2016 Bentley Continental GT Speed Coupe Breitling Jet Team Series Limited Edition takes that collaboration to the skies. This car is just one of seven made; an ultra-limited run of cars that were inspired by one of each seven Breitling jets. The customization was done in-house, by Bentley’s Mulliner division, who customized both the interior and exterior of this Bentley Continental GT. This is car #3 of seven, and includes numbered doorsills.

2005 BENTLEY Continental GT

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$35,999
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In 2003, when the Bentley Released the GT, it was the talk of the auto world. Starting at $159,000 this super car was only for the elite. Bentley took the next two years to work out some minor flaws which brought the 2005 update. Powered by a 6.0L Twin Turbo W12, the Bentley produces over 550 horsepower that can be used in any condition through it's all-wheel drive drivetrain. With this kind of power and class, the price point on the current 2005 Bentley market is unbeatable. For less than on quarter of the original price, the time to invest In a car that will hold it's value and desirability is now!

2014 Bentley Continetal Flying Spur Flying Spur

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$76,999
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The 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is the sedan counterpart to the two door GT. This example with only 31,981 original miles is in exceptional condition and ready for a gentle ride wherever you’re going. With front and rear air springs that are 10 and 13 percent softer, as well as a 40 percent quieter exhaust system than the previous model, the 2014 Flying Spur bucks the trend of sedans with stiff handling and firm suspensions. A clean title and clean Carfax are included.

2017 Bentley Continental GTC V8 S V8 S

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$174,999
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Finished in Ice Metallic over Hotspur Leather, this 2017 Bentley Continental GTC V8 S is powered by a 500-horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 backed by an 8-speed paddle-shifted automatic gearbox. The final year of the second-generation Continental, this low mileage example boasts desirable features like sports exhaust, ventilated massage seats, and the Mulliner Driving Specification package. This 2017 Bentley Continental V8 S is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title, clean Carfax, and the original window sticker from Bentley of Fort Lauderdale showing an MSRP of over $255,000.

2006 Bentley Arnage R R

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$59,999
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Finished in Black Sapphire over a blue and cinnamon interior, this 2006 Bentley Arnage R is a well-preserved example with just 10,950 miles. Motive power comes from a 6.75-liter twin turbocharged engine producing 399 horsepower, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels. This collector-quality Arnage is being sold from the Exotic Car Trader collection with a clean title, a clean Carfax, and factory equipment including both umbrellas.

2007 Bentley Continental GTC

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$48,999
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This 2007 Bentley Continental GTC is finished in Dark Sapphire over a black and Magnolia beige interior. Showing just over 50,250 miles, this GTC’s interior, exterior, and its 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 powerplant have been thoroughly maintained throughout its life. This twin-turbo Bentley is now offered by Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and clean Carfax at a fraction of its original $200,000+ MSRP.