For It’s a refined and fabulously appointed luxury limousine with a breadth of ability and cachet that few saloons can match.
Against It’s expensive to buy and run, and many rivals do it nearly as well for a lot less. The only engine available is a 6.0-litre 12-cylinder unit.
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The Bentley Flying Spur is a great luxury saloon – but you certainly pay for the privilege.
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There are 2 Bentley Flying Spur versions available
Target Price team says:
There are two versions of Bentley Flying Spur – the standard model and the Mulliner – but both come with the same 6.0-litre engine. 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. The Bentley rides well – and still looks good – on the optional 20-inch alloys. For supreme comfort, go for the 19-inch wheels, which come with specially designed ‘comfort’ tyres.