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2017 Bentley Mulsanne review

If you ever needed an excuse to drop around $600,000 on a luxury cruiser – look no further. Paul Maric drives the Bentley Mulsanne from Santa Monica to Santa Barbara to see if it's worth the hefty price tag.

2016 Bentley Mulsanne Speed Review : Abu Dhabi to Dubai

The ultimate in Bentley's stable goes for a run in the Middle East.

2012 Bentley Mulsanne Review

The Bentley Mulsanne is a superbly crafted, hand-built sedan that won’t disappoint even the most ardent of critics.

Bentley Mulsanne Review

The big Bentley roars back Scotland.  The last “big Bentley” to be designed entirely by the manufacturer was the 8 Litre, a stately limousine that first appeared in 1930. From that point on, the company, which suffered during the Great Depression, was controlled by rival Rolls-Royce...

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2017 Bentley Mulsanne review

In a place like Los Angeles, it's hard to stand out from the crowd, especially when it comes to cars. In this place it's not uncommon to see kids driving Range Rovers and the upper echelon of society getting about in Rolls-Royces. So, you can imagine our surprise when people fell over themselves to get a second glance at the monstrous 2017 Bentley Mulsanne...

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The Queen's Bentley Mulsanne sells for $322,000

A 2013 Bentley Mulsanne used to transport HM Queen Elizabeth II has sold in the UK just days after being advertised. The Bentley, which was used between 2013 and 2015 at Buckingham Palace, was advertised for £179,850 (AU$322,000) on the UK site Pistonheads...

Bentley ends production of its 6.75-litre V8 after 61 years

British luxury brand Bentley has built the last of its 6.75-litre ‘L-Series’ V8 after a 61-year continuous production run – the longest in automotive history for a V8 engine. The hand-crafted L-Series commenced production in 1959 for use in the Bentley S2 with an output of approximately 134kW...

2020 Bentley Mulsanne 6.75 Edition marks the end of the line

The Bentley Muslanne 6.75 Edition marks the end of production of the company's flagship sedan, and with it the 6.75-litre V8 motor which has been in continuous production, albeit with significant updates and upgrades, for 60 years. Only 30 6.75 Edition cars will be made by Bentley's Mulliner customisation department, each powered by the 395kW/1100Nm version of the V8 engine used in the Mulsanne Speed...

Bentley V8 engine turns 60

The motoring world isn't kind to old technology. The average model cycle is eight years, with a styling change halfway through to keep things fresh – if you're really good at facelifts, maybe a model can be stretched to 12 or 13 years. Bentley doesn't really work on the same timelines as the rest of the motoring industry, though...

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Bentley V8 engine turns 60