2005 Bentley Arnage T Mulliner - £29,995

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This is a 2005 Bentley Arnage T Mulliner RHD, finished in gloss black with a black leather interior. The car has done 52,000 miles from new. 


The Arnage T, also from 2002, was claimed to be the most powerful roadgoing Bentley at its launch at the Detroit Motor Show. As with the Arnage R, there were twin-turbochargers, but the engine was tuned and rated at a higher power output of 457 PS (336 kW; 451 hp) and 875 N⋅m of torque. The Arnage T’s 0–100 km/h time is 6.2 seconds and it has a claimed top speed of 270 km/h. All Arnage R and T models share the same 3,116 mm wheelbase. The Arnage range was facelifted in 2005, with a front end resembling that of the new Continental GT and old Continental R.


This is a handsome example of Bentley’s superb sporting saloon, in desirable ‘Mulliner’ specification. Under the bonnet is a handmade 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V8, delivering 450bhp and 645lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a five-speed ZF automatic gearbox. The hand-built Arnage T is capable of 0-60mph in just 5.5 seconds and a top speed of 168mph, and was the fastest production saloon car in the world when it was launched.


This Arnage T is finished in gloss black over a sumptuous black leather interior, featuring engine-turned aluminium trim across the instrument cluster and door tops, as well as high-gloss piano black inlays. It rides on its original 19-inch five-spoke split-rim alloy wheels. The ‘Mulliner’ specification includes quilted leather interior trim with embroidered crests on the backrests, heated and electrically adjustable seats, DVD-based satellite navigation, cruise control and a CD/DVD autochanger. The car is also equipped with automatic headlamps and wipers, front and rear parking assistance, switchable sport mode, dual-zone climate control, automatically dimming rear-view mirror and a telephone.


This wonderful example was sold new in Jersey in 2005, was imported into the UK in 2006 and has had 5 former keepers. This car has a full service and invoice history;  accompanying the car is the service booklet containing 14 stamps from Main Dealers and specialists. The car retains all its original bookpacks, software discs and owners handbook. The history file contains every Mot receipt dating back to 2008 as well as a thick wedge of invoices showing the car has been well loved over the years, The invoices ranging from roughly 2012 to 2019 total nearly £20,000!


The car is in wonderful condition both inside and out, there are no significant imperfections in the paint, body work or interior. She passed an MoT in January of 2022 with no advisories, and the last time an advisory appeared on its MoT history was in 2015. 


This is a car in brilliant condition with super low miles, representing fantastic value!