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Four-door Bentley is a fast, elegant and comfortable alternative to a private jet
£170,530 - £207,830
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- Beautifully-crafted interior, front and rear
- Towering performance in W12 form
- Elegant styling disguises its bulk
- Some of the nicest features are optional
- Ride quality isn't as good as it should be
- Luggage space isn't generous considering size
2013 - 2019
A luxury limousine that's also great to drive
£28,202 - £101,261
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- Huge presence, pace and prestige
- Effortless performance, especially in W12
- Acres of room, an excellent VIP express
- Dated multimedia system and controls
- Newer rivals pack way more tech
- W12 offers few advantages over V8
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