If you’re looking for a cheap luxury car that doesn’t seem cheap, you’ll want a Bentley just like one of these. That’s because I’ve rounded up five of the cheapest Bentley models currently listed for sale on Autotrader, all of which are tremendously inexpensive to buy. They aren’t, of course, inexpensive to own — something you’ll need to be sure you understand before seriously considering one. But while that will eliminate most of these cars from serious contention for most people, it’s still fun to dream about what luxury vehicles you can get for not as much money as you might think.
This is the cheapest Bentley currently listed for sale on Autotrader, and the only one offered for under $10,000. The ad notes that it runs well, which is surprising given the price tag — and this Mulsanne is certainly a very, very, very cheap way into Bentley ownership. It’s offered by Hadwin White Buick GMC in Conway, South Carolina, and it’s covered 118,000 miles from new, which is high for a Bentley — and which is why this particular example is likely relatively inexpensive.
This 1991 Bentley Turbo R is finished in silver and listed for just $16,950, making it another of the very cheapest Bentley models for sale on Autotrader. The Turbo R is the higher-performance, more desirable version of the sedan above, and this particular example has half the miles of the Mulsanne listed above — just under 56,000. It’s offered by Allstar Imports and American in Kennedale, Texas, which is in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The Bentley Arnage is starting to get very cheap used, and this 2000 example is fantastic proof. Offered by a private seller in Huntington Beach, California, south of Los Angeles, this 2000 Arnage Red Label has just 42,000 miles and it’s finished in black with a cream-colored leather interior. It’s listed for just $19,900, which is truly a fraction of its original price — less than a tenth — and it’s impressive to see this luxury car, which still carries impressive presence, available for so cheap.
The cheapest of Bentley’s W12-powered "Continental" models, which debuted just after Volkswagen took over the company, is this 2006 Flying Spur that’s traveled an impressive 98,000 miles — a very high figure for a Bentley. But this one is priced accordingly, as it’s offered by Right Way Auto Sales in Southborough, Massachusetts, for just $27,000 — a Toyota Corolla price tag for a 12-cylinder, twin-turbo ultra-luxury car.
This is the cheapest example of Bentley’s sleek Continental GT Coupe currently listed for sale on Autotrader: a 2006 model with 83,000 miles. Offered by Atlanta Autos in the Atlanta area, this Continental GT is listed for just $29,597, which — as is the case with the Flying Spur above — is a good number for a fast, high-performance, relatively modern Bentley coupe. This Continental GT is finished in silver with a black interior, and it’s been well equipped with trim and features.