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  • tickSumptuous interior
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Bentley Continental Convertible (2018 - )

The Bentley Continental GT has long been the ultimate luxury grand tourer, combining effortless power with incredible refinement and a luxurious interior. The convertible version puts the cherry on the Continental cake, creating a peerless way of crossing continents in supreme comfort.
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The convertible version of the Bentley will cost you another £25,000 or so on top of what you’ll pay for the Coupe. The car is significantly more expensive than previous generations, taking inflation into account. The base price is more than that of the Aston Martin DB11 Volante, which is probably its closest rival, but then again while the Aston feels like a large sports car, the Bentley feels like a proper grown-up grand tourer.

A significant number of Bentley owners take their cars on a monthly finance deal, which can seem like the better option given the strong residuals for the Continental GT compared with much of the luxury market, presumably because the car comes out of the VW Group and most of the parts are a known build quantity, with no problems in the supply chain. For example, after four years of ownership, a GT will be more valuable than a Rolls-Royce Wraith. No one buys a Continental at base price, however, and you can expect to add about £30,000 worth of options before you even get going.
The convertible version of the Bentley will cost you another £25,000 or so on top of what you’ll pay for the Coupe. The car is significantly more expensive than previous generations, taking inflation into account. The base price is more than that of the Aston Martin DB11 Volante, which is probably its closest rival, but then again while the Aston feels like a large sports car, the Bentley feels like a proper grown-up grand tourer.

A significant number of Bentley owners take their cars on a monthly finance deal, which can seem like the better option given the strong residuals for the Continental GT compared with much of the luxury market, presumably because the car comes out of the VW Group and most of the parts are a known build quantity, with no problems in the supply chain. For example, after four years of ownership, a GT will be more valuable than a Rolls-Royce Wraith. No one buys a Continental at base price, however, and you can expect to add about £30,000 worth of options before you even get going.

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