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Autotrader Find: 114K-Mile 2005 Bentley Continental GT for $31,000

Although new Bentley models are (obviously) monstrously expensive, used ones can get cheap — very cheap. This particular Continental GT is a good example of that, as it’s a 2005 model that’s listed for just $30,990 — about the same price as a midlevel Toyota Camry. For a Bentley!

Of course, there’s a catch, and it’s not just the age of this Continental GT. This particular Continental GT has traveled 114,000 miles from new, which is a huge figure for one of these, as most Bentley owners garaged and pampered these cars, using them sparingly. It’s rare to see one with "daily driver" mileage, but this is precisely that, having been driven quite a lot since it was sold new 14 years ago.

With that said, this Continental GT still looks pretty nice, with a well-kept exterior and a nice interior that doesn’t seem to show as much wear as 114,000 miles would suggest. That’s likely because this Continental GT was owned by one (presumably careful) owner for much of its life: it was originally registered in March 2005, and the first owner took it more than 95,000 miles before a new owner got it in March 2015. The car also spent its whole life in California, which is, of course, an ideal climate for cars.

If you’re interested, this 2005 Continental GT is offered by Boutique Auto Sales in Woodland Hills, California, in the Los Angeles area — and, indeed, you can get it for just a hair under $31,000.

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