Bentley Flying Spur review

Category: Luxury car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Available fuel types:petrol
Available colours:
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RRP from£160,260
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Bentley Flying Spur comes with five seats (three in the back) as standard, although a four-seater with full-length centre console that fences off the right side of the car from the left is available.

Regardless of which set-up you choose, all occupants are treated to plenty of head, leg and knee room, and all of the seats bar the middle rear (where fitted) are super comfortable.

There are roomier alternatives, though, including long-wheelbase versions of the Audi A8 and Mercedes S-Class. While the Rolls-Royce Ghost has unconventional rear-hinged back doors to improve access, the Flying Spur comes with no such novelties.

The boot is big enough to carry armfuls of designer shopping bags or a couple of big cases, but it’s not overly generous considering the car's size, and there’s no option to extend its volume by folding down the rear seats. Again, cars such as the A8 and S-Class can carry more luggage.

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