2018 Bentley Bentayga

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The Bentley Bentayga is a luxury SUV built in England that offers drivers a grand touring experience regardless of landscape or conditions. Underneath the hood sits a 6.0L W12 engine fed by two turbochargers, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, sending power to all four wheels. Speaking of which, Bentley claims the sophisticated but huge engine makes 600 horsepower and 664-pound feet of torque. The sprint to 60 mph takes less than 4 seconds; reminding everyone on board that Bentley have won the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race on more than one occasion. The Bentayga is available in four distinct specifications, Touring, City, All-Terrain and Mulliner. All-Terrain Bentayga come with a couple of unique driving modes, including a Mud and Trail mode and a Sand mode. Another nice little feature on the All-Terrain is a sump camera that could prove invaluable in helping the driver to avoid bottoming out on while off-roading. A compass, an altimeter and various other off-road spec gauges come standard on the All-Terrain. City specification includes Park Assist functions and a top view camera to make parking the admittedly large SUV significantly easier. The City specification also has the ability to detect traffic signs, displaying speed limits and other signs in the dashboard where the driver can see them. The City specification also has additional features to help avoid fender benders in urban areas. The Bentayga has an audible pedestrian warning system that will beep if someone steps into the vehicle's path, applying emergency braking if necessary. The Mulliner trim adds unique 22-inch wheels, Ombre Burr Walnut fade veneer interior, LED welcome lights, a console drink cooler, and a Naim audio system. Additional options include ambient lighting, a rear entertainment system, front and rear-seat ventilation with massaging function, a two-tone premium leather-trimmed steering wheel, and rear foldable tables. The Touring specification adds adaptive cruise control and lane assist functions to the Bentayga. The adaptive cruise control can even be used in heavy traffic, allowing the Bentayga to come to a complete stop and then accelerate again as traffic allows. A night vision system can also warn drivers of potential hazards lurking beyond the view of the headlights. The 2018 Bentley Bentayga is now offered with a 7-seat configuration, new premium 21 and 22-inch wheel choices, fluted seating, a Liquid Amber veneer option and additional interior color choices. To top it off a new Breitling clock with a black or white Mother of Pearl face is fitted to the dash this year.
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The Bentley Bentayga is a luxury SUV built in England that offers drivers a grand touring experience regardless of landscape or conditions. Underneath the hood sits a 6.0L W12 engine fed by two turbochargers, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, sending power to all four wheels. Speaking of which, Bentley claims the sophisticated but huge engine makes 600 horsepower and 664-pound feet of torque. The sprint to 60 mph takes less than 4 seconds; reminding everyone on board that Bentley have won the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race on more than one occasion. The Bentayga is available in four distinct specifications, Touring, City, All-Terrain and Mulliner. All-Terrain Bentayga come with a couple of unique driving modes, including a Mud and Trail mode and a Sand mode. Another nice little feature on the All-Terrain is a sump camera that could prove invaluable in helping the driver to avoid bottoming out on while off-roading. A compass, an altimeter and various other off-road spec gauges come standard on the All-Terrain. City specification includes Park Assist functions and a top view camera to make parking the admittedly large SUV significantly easier. The City specification also has the ability to detect traffic signs, displaying speed limits and other signs in the dashboard where the driver can see them. The City specification also has additional features to help avoid fender benders in urban areas. The Bentayga has an audible pedestrian warning system that will beep if someone steps into the vehicle's path, applying emergency braking if necessary. The Mulliner trim adds unique 22-inch wheels, Ombre Burr Walnut fade veneer interior, LED welcome lights, a console drink cooler, and a Naim audio system. Additional options include ambient lighting, a rear entertainment system, front and rear-seat ventilation with massaging function, a two-tone premium leather-trimmed steering wheel, and rear foldable tables. The Touring specification adds adaptive cruise control and lane assist functions to the Bentayga. The adaptive cruise control can even be used in heavy traffic, allowing the Bentayga to come to a complete stop and then accelerate again as traffic allows. A night vision system can also warn drivers of potential hazards lurking beyond the view of the headlights. The 2018 Bentley Bentayga is now offered with a 7-seat configuration, new premium 21 and 22-inch wheel choices, fluted seating, a Liquid Amber veneer option and additional interior color choices. To top it off a new Breitling clock with a black or white Mother of Pearl face is fitted to the dash this year.
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Retail Price

$195,000 - $298,000 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 6.0L W-12
MPG Up to 12 city / 19 highway
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 600 @ 5000 rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
Curb Weight 5,379 lbs
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