Bentley Overview

The Bentley Story
This famed British car builder has been crafting — mostly by hand, mind you — powerful, slick-looking, luxurious automobiles for the very well-heeled since the early 1900s. Its first model, the rapid 3-Litre, debuted in 1919. Beset with financial troubles during the Great Depression, the Bentley name was sold to Rolls-Royce in 1931. In the decades that followed, Bentley vehicles became little more than rebadged Rolls-Royces, and the brand lost most its cachet. During the 1980s, the parent company called for more distinction between the two luxe nameplates, and after a few notable unveilings the Bentley name soon regained its haute stature. Today Volkswagen runs the show, ending the 70-year partnership between Bentley and Rolls-Royce.
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Luxury Cars
2014 Bentley Continental GT - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Continental GT Bentley's high-performance luxury coupe $177,500 - $217,000 Not Rated Not Rated
2014 Bentley Continental GTC - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Continental GTC Bentley's luxury four-seat convertible $195,200 - $238,700 Not Rated Not Rated
2014 Bentley Flying Spur - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Flying Spur Bentley's high-performance sedan $200,500 9.9 10.0
2013 Bentley Continental Supersports - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Continental Supersports Bentley's ultra-high performance coupe and convertible $291,900 Not Rated Not Rated
2014 Bentley Mulsanne - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Mulsanne Bentley's new flagship sedan $298,900 Not Rated 10.0
Sports Cars
2013 Bentley Continental Supersports - Click for Detailed Pricing and Specifications Continental Supersports Bentley's ultra-high performance coupe and convertible $291,900 Not Rated Not Rated
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