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Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Continental GT

Saying that the Bentley Continental GT ($176,000) is a beast of performance and luxury is sort of like saying it will get dark tonight, but it is a beast and it will get dark and we said it. Featuring a new 12 cylinder engine that sits in a W formation, the engine pumps 552 hp and can push this 2-ton coupe from 0 to 60 in just 4.6 seconds. The cabin houses a "handcrafted Grand Touring" experience that includes real leather and wood veneers in addition to just about every amenity imaginable. Can you think of any good reason not to get one?

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