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2007 Bentley Continental GT review and picture

Among the highest top of the line cars, that is, the ultra luxury class which goes far beyond luxury cars both in price in class, reigns the 2007 Bentley Continental GT, which has sold well as opposed to its rivals. It’s one of the most popular of its class, and mixes undeniable style with the fancy verve of an ultraluxury vehicle that knows where it came from and where it’s going. The interior is listed among the best, and just entering into it feels like stepping into a castle. New technology and controls make the driving experience easier and more user friendly, and a great list of features tops it off. With its all wheel drive, you don’t have to worry about dangerous conditions as much, and, compared to most ultra luxury cars, it’s actually pretty ‘cheap’.

Still, some of its downfalls are that it only comes with an automatic transmission and doesn’t even provide the option of a manual transition for extra money. It’s too heavy on the curbs and too lifeless on the exhaust. These are some small drawbacks, though, for a car of such quality.

The 2007 release of the Bentley Continental GT comes with just a few new extras, such as

  • DVD navigation system
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Diamond series level
  • Mulliner Driving Specification package (carbon ceramic brakes and twenty inch wheels)

There’s only one trim level, but it full of enough features to make that a negligible detail. Packed with nineteen inch wheels, adjustable suspension damping, a CD changer, and auto latching doors, among many other features.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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