Bentley Pre-Owned approved used scheme

Everything you need to know about the Bentley Pre-Owned approved used scheme, Certified by Bentley

Ultra-exclusive Bentley models are still out of reach for most people, but it now builds far more cars than it used to. As a result there’s a steady supply of second-hand examples available via the Bentley Pre-Owned programme, which includes the Certified by Bentley branding. We recently found just under 150 cars to pick from in the UK, and the highest-mileage car had just 68,000 miles on the clock - a 2016 Bentayga. The oldest was a 2008 Brooklands.

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Before sale, every approved used Bentley is checked rigorously to ensure all parts are in good condition and if not are replaced with genuine parts; the result is a 12-month unlimited-mileage warranty. Also included is breakdown cover with home start, repatriation and car hire, onward travel or accommodation costs. Other benefits stretch to a subscription to the Bentley owners’ magazine, access to exclusive dealer events and a guided tour of the Crewe factory in Cheshire.

Bentley Pre-Owned: key facts

Max age/mileageUp to 12 years  
Breakdown coverYes  
Exchange policyN/A  
Standard warranty12 months, unlimited mileage
Extendable warrantyYes, to suit owner
Website Linkpreowned.bentleymotors.com

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