Bentley Mulsanne

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2017 Bentley Mulsanne

For 2017, the Bentley Mulsanne has a more refined appearance with new bumpers and a wider, more muscular grille. Its round headlamps have also been tweaked for a cleaner look. The changes are subtle but good plastic surgery is supposed to be. Bentley also retuned the suspension for a smoother ride.

2016 Bentley Mulsanne

2016 sees the introduction of the extended-wheelbase Bentley Mulsanne sedan. The longer Mulsanne offers nearly 10 additional inches of rear-seat legroom, airline-style-extending leg rests and a rear sunroof.

About Bentley Mulsanne

Costing over $300,000, the opulent 2017 Bentley Mulsanne is more than the legendary brand’s largest and most expensive sedan, it’s a handcrafted status symbol that reigns supreme high above the world’s luxury-sedan masses. Updated for 2017, the new Mulsanne is a throwback to a time when hand-assembling automobiles was an art form, and it remains the pinnacle of British automotive pomp and circumstance. Each Mulsanne takes over 400 man hours to create and the result is a 6,000-pound, 500-horsepower leviathan of elegantly hand-stitched leathers and the meticulously handcrafted timbers that can out-accelerate many sports cars. Available in three trim levels, including a new extended-wheelbase model, the Mulsanne’s highlights include a massive twin-turbocharged V8 and a seemingly endless options list.

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