The Bentley Mulsanne Speed costs £252,000

Bentley Mulsanne Speed

The fastest luxury saloon in the world is also one of the very best

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The GT Speed's top speed has risen by 1mph to 206mph

Bentley Continental GT Speed

The updated Continental GT Speed is everything you'd expect: it's fast, luxurious and immensely gratifying

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Bentley Flying Spur
The Flying Spur is a W12-engined luxury saloon

Bentley Flying Spur

This second-generation Flying Spur changes tack in its quest to become a slicker limousine

From £153,3007
The Bentley Continental GT is now available as a W12 or a V8

Bentley Continental GT

Full of character and still able to impress, particularly as a V8

From £135,7608
The £133,200 Flying Spur offers indomitable power and a real sense of occasion

Bentley Continental Flying Spur 2005-2012

The Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a vast and potent luxury car, but its refinement isn't good enough

From £133,2006

Bentley Continental GTC

The superb V8 breaths new life into the Bentley Continental GTC

From £149,3508
The Bentley Mulsanne is a car 80 years in the making

Bentley Mulsanne

The Bentley Mulsanne is a luxuriously well appointed limo with a dash of real driver appeal

From £228,2008

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