Engine Size 4.0 L
Monthly KM 3000
Weekly KM 800
Daily KM 200
Security Deposit 1500
Excess Claim 1500
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The Bentley Continental is a classic British luxury sedan. It’s been around for decades, but it’s still one of the most sought-after cars in the world. The Bentley Continental has always been a big car, with a long hood and a short rear deck.
The Bentley Continental engine is a series of V8 gasoline engines produced by Bentley Motors Limited for use in the company’s luxury cars. The engine used in these cars had six cylinders, each with two valves per cylinder. There was a single overhead camshaft (SOHC) design for each cylinder bank and a single crankshaft drive unit for each bank, which made the engine very compact and compactly mounted within the chassis frame rails. The engine is built in the UK by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and uses a Bosch fuel injection system with Garrett turbochargers. It produces 569 bhp at 7,000 rpm and 590 lb-ft (700 Nm) of torque from 2,500 rpm up to 6,250 rpm.
The exterior design is based on that of an existing model, but with minor styling differences; such as revised front lights and rear lights, revised bumpers and side vents, redesigned air intakes on the front bumper, redesigned front underbody panels, and wheels with different size rims fitted at either end (19 inches at front/17 inch at rear), new alloy wheel designs for interior use only featuring twin spokes; flat-bottomed steering wheel with gearshift lever positioned behind it.
The car’s interior is designed with comfort in mind, and the seating arrangement is roomy and comfortable. There are three rows of seats in this car, with two seats in each row. The second-row seats are heated and ventilated for added comfort. A power reclining function lets you customize your seating position to suit your needs.
The first Continental was designed by Rolls-Royce chief engineer Frederick Angas and featured an aluminum body, air-cooled rear engine, and four-speed gearbox. The car also had independent front suspension with transverse leaf springs and hydraulic brakes. The chassis was built around a steel tube frame, which made it one of the lightest cars produced at the time.