When you’re ready to build a brand new car, the first thing you might consider is what you’re spending your money on.
You might be tempted to take a trip to the mall to buy a used car, but if you’re going to buy something, you need to be sure it’s worth it.
If you’re considering a Bentley, you might be looking for the most expensive model in the lineup, which is why Bentley’s luxury line is a great choice.
Bentley’s top model is the Bentley Continental GT.
Its base price is $150,000, but you can add a few extra options to get the best bang for your buck.
The Bentley has four different trim levels.
The standard Continental GT is a standard model with a 4.0-liter V8 engine and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Premium Continental GT has a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 that makes 370 horsepower and 370 lb-ft of torque.
The Limited has a 4-liter four-cylinder engine with a twin-scroll turbocharger that makes 360 horsepower and 420 lb-foot of torque at 5,400 rpm.
Bentley also has the Performance Continental GT with a 6.2-liter turbocharged V8, which makes 470 horsepower and 545 lb-feet of torque with the engine turning on automatically at 4,000 rpm.
There are also six trim levels for the Continental GT and Premium.
You can choose the Performance option that includes the Bentley’s premium sound system and an electric power steering system.
The Performance option adds a heated steering wheel, heated seats, a navigation system, heated exterior mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, a rear spoiler and rear curtain airbags.
The Deluxe option has a 6-speed automatic transmission with a six-speed manual transmission.
The Special Edition offers the Bentley with a special exterior design, including the signature “bob” headlights, a bespoke interior, the Bentley Performance exhaust system and the Bentley Limited-Performance exhaust system.
You also get a Bentley Performance audio system, a leather interior and a heated leather seats.
The car comes with six seats, two airbags and an optional $5,000 Premium Package, which adds a carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic roof, carbon-ceramic brakes and heated steering column.
Bentley is selling the Bentley for $230,995.
You get all the basics of the Continental, Premium and Special Edition models for $220,995, but there’s a $5000 Performance option.
You’ll pay about $1,600 more than the base price of the Bentley.
The Continental GT Performance package also includes the Audi S4 Active suspension and the Audi RS4 adaptive suspension.
You will also get an 18-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and there’s also a $3,000 Special Edition option.
Bentley offers the Continental and Premium versions for $300 in both models.
Bentley has offered the Bentley GT-R for more than 30 years, but it’s never been as expensive as it is now.
The luxury car has the latest technology, but with its low price tag, it can be hard to justify the extra money.
Bentley offered a number of models with the Continental Grand Touring in the 1990s, but that was the last time the Bentley was offered in the standard model.
Bentley did offer the Bentley R32 in the mid-2000s as a convertible, but the Bentley stayed a standard coupe.
The last time Bentley offered the Continental in the base model was in the 2017 Bentley Continental Coupe Sport Sedan.
If there’s one thing the Bentley doesn’t like, it’s having to compete with luxury cars.
The 2017 Bentley R33 and the 2018 Bentley Continental XLS Convertible both have a starting price of $37,995 and $39,995 respectively, and the 2017 and 2018 models are offered in both the base and Limited models.
Both the R33, and XLS, come with a 16-inch touch-screen infotouch screen, and they also have a Bluetooth infotuner.
The 2018 Bentley XLS is available in a base model and the Limited models with a base price that’s $39-45,000.
Bentley doesn to offer the Premium version of the XLS in the 2018 model year, which comes in the Premium Premium Sedan, Premium Touring, Limited Sedan and Limited Touring.
The XLS offers more performance, and you can choose from a power-adjustable suspension with a 10-inch Brembo caliper, power-operated adjustable coil springs, and an adjustable rear spoiler.
The rear seatbacks also feature power-assisted stability control, which gives the car more cornering and better traction when you need it.
The power-controlled suspension also helps the car grip better on rough roads and in wet conditions.
Bentley and Porsche are offering the 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S in the same range as the Bentley and Premium models,