Bentley might have been German-owned since 1998, but it’s been a British manufacturer for almost 100 years. Its cars remain some of the most recognisable in existence, and its pedigree, quality and engineering excellence is known the world over.
Founded by W.O. Bentley in 1919, the company still manufactures the majority of its cars in England, with a small number assembled at Volkwagen’s Dresden factory in Germany. Bentley Motors Limited became widely known for winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930 and 2003.
Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Bentley models. This also includes an average car insurance price across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
|Mulsanne (10 - On)||6.8||M|
|Flying Spur (13 - On)||4.0 - 6.0||L - M|
|Arnage (98 - 09)||4.4 - 6.8||K - M|
|Continental Flying Spur (05 - 12)||6.0||K - M|
|Brooklands (08 - 10)||6.8||M|
The Continental GT is a performance and luxury vehicle produced by Bentley Motors since 2003. Unveiled at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, the car significantly differed from previous Continental models. This was due to it being a partly mass-produced car, which made it more widely available in terms of numbers manufactured and affordability.
The Coupe can clock in an impressive 0 – 60 miles per hour in either 3.7 or 4.8 seconds depending on what variant you choose. To insure a Continental GT could cost £1,065* if you’re aged 51 – 55.
|Coupe (12 - On)|
|Standard Trim||4.0 - 6.0||L - M|
|Speed||4.0 - 6.0||M|
**All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk.