25 February 2004

Bentley has freshened its Arnage with a Conti GT-style nose and changes to the suspension, interior and price tag.

The classic barge now gets xenon headlamps, a new bumper and revised bonnet, as well as new alloys.

Reworked dampers, combined with newly developed Pirelli P Zero Rosso tyres are claimed to improve ride quality. The interior gets new switchgear, dash and DVD sat-nav system.Prices for Arnage R rise by £8500 to £160k, while the T increases by £3500 to £170,000.

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