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The Bentley Mulsanne is just too big for British roads

The Mulsanne has gone and I’ve had a few days to mull over my thoughts. For all the plush carpet, fine veneer wood and luxury gizmos, I can’t say the Bentley is a car that suits UK roads. 114 more words

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What's the most hated car in the Lake District? I'm driving it... the Bentley Mulsanne

Road rage. What’s that all about? Well, if you want to wind up another car driver then sell the house and buy a Bentley Mulsanne my friend. 203 more words

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AT THE SHOW: Bentley Commemorates Historic “Blue Train" Race with 85th Anniversary Mulliner Limited Edition

(Crewe, 15th April 2015) Bentley Motors is commemorating the historic ‘Blue Train’ race won by the Bentley Speed Six in 1930 with a Mulliner Limited Edition – the Mulsanne Speed ‘Blue Train’. 428 more words

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AT THE SHOW: Bentley Commemorates Historic “Blue Train" Race with 85th Anniversary Mulliner Limited Edition

(Crewe, 15th April 2015) Bentley Motors is commemorating the historic ‘Blue Train’ race won by the Bentley Speed Six in 1930 with a Mulliner Limited Edition – the Mulsanne Speed ‘Blue Train’. 428 more words

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The unwelcome element of driving a Bentley Mulsanne in the UK

There’s one very unwelcome element to driving any Bentley – the unwanted attention of ‘angry’ drivers. You know the sort – people who pull out in front of you on a dual carriageway and then deliberately slow down as they overtake. 104 more words

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The Bentley's sidelights are about the same size as the Audi TT's headlights - why?

You could argue the Mulsanne isn’t a pretty car from the front. The bug-eyed headlights somehow don’t marry with the macho grille and totally dominate the car’s appearance. 125 more words

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Is that right - £5,100 for a set of black curtains in a Bentley Mulsanne?

Is that right – £5,100 for a set of black curtains in a Bentley Mulsanne? There’s something rather funereal about the gentle glide of the electric motor that draws them together and cocoons the back seat in darkness. 194 more words

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