Used Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Continental GT 150

The Bentley division of the Volkswagen Group released a two-door grand touring coupé in 2003 called the Bentley Continental GT. The Continental GT replaced the Bentley Continental models R and T, which were based on Rolls Royce cars. The Continental GT is powered by a twin-turbocharged W12 engine with 6.0 L capacity. This engine produced 552 hp of power and travels at a top speed of 198 mph.

The Continental GT was produced in 5 models - the Flying Spur, the GTC, GT Speed, GTZ, GTC Speed, and Supersports. The Flying Spur saloon with four doors, was first featured at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005. Its grille has a metal-covered plastic core. The GTC, meanwhile, was a convertible version of the GT that debuted in September 2005. The GT Speed was the most powerful Continental GT model. The GTZ was a model with a body redesigned by Zagato. The GTC Speed was a combination of the same engine as the GT Speed and the Flying Spur Speed. Lastly, the Bentley Continental Supersports ran on both gasoline and ethanol bio-fuel.

Estimated Price Range for Used Bentley Continental GT: $27,000-$217,000
Estimated MPG for Used Bentley Continental GT: 12 City/19 Hwy
Available Trims: GT
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  • Hadi

    Im looking for bentely gt

  • glphil

    Don’t know if the seller is stupid or intentionally deceptive, but there is a difference between “price” and “bid”. There are also laws against misrepresenting prices in advertising. (See “Bait and Switch”) If they were up here in the Seattle area I think I could be driving a $2,100 Bentley GT… Or maybe get a BIG FAT CHECK to go away… Houston might be a nice spot for a vacation before it gets to friggin’ hot down there however…