What's the used Bentley Continental GTC sports like?
In a world of immense change and the need for immediate gratification, it’s nice to know you can still rely on the heavyweight sporting prowess and elegance of a Bentley – as British as a good game of cricket on a summer’s day, even if the firm is not actually under British ownership these days.
Others agree, too. Despite initial reservations about its weight and looks, the Continental GT coupé has proved a massive sales success since its 2003 launch. And it was as predictable as night following day that a convertible version would follow in its footsteps. If what you desire is open-top opulence, look no further than the Continental GTC.
The luxurious interior offers just about every electrical option you’d want, never mind need. Everything is trimmed in polished wood and soft leather, and the quality of the fixtures and fittings is exemplary. Space is good up front, with electrical seat and wheel adjustment, and two small children will be happy in the rear for short distances.
The Conti GTC is a big and classy convertible that, we think, offers enough to justify its price differential over a number of other wonderful cars that cost far less. Of course, its running costs are huge, but its sense of occasion is nearly unmatched. How does it stack up as a used buy? Read on to find out.