For The Flying Spur is a refined luxury limo that's a fast as many supercars. It's also good to drive and comfortable to be driven in.

Against Even for a luxury limousine, it's expensive to buy and run. Interior quality is something of a mixed bag, while the Flying Spur doesn't ride as smoothly as you might hope.

Bentley Flying Spur Saloon

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3 out of 5 stars

The Bentley Flying Spur has the image and the pace to embarrass most rivals. It's not perfect, though.

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Key facts

4.3 secs
Top speed
200 mph
Average mpg
Tank range
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Buyer's notes

Target Price team says:

There are two versions of the Bentley Flying Spur – the standard model and the Mulliner. The biggest difference is that the Mulliner-spec model allows you to choose from far more colour and trim options, so if you want to really personalise your Flying Spur, that's the one to go for.

Wheel choices will be crucial to the way your Flying Spur rides. If comfort is an issue, we'd steer clear of the 21-inch wheel option. To keep things reasonably comfortable, go for the 19-inch wheels, which come with specially designed 'comfort' tyres.

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