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Timeless Elegance on Wheels: 2013 Bentley Mulsanne Defies Age, Now Up for Grabs!

A 2013 Bentley Mulsanne is proving that true class never ages. Currently parked and ready for a new home in Sector 10, Chandigarh, this white gem has been meticulously maintained, boasting a mere 18,000 km on the odometer. With its sleek automatic transmission and a monstrous 6,752 cc, V8 petrol engine delivering 505 horsepower and a staggering 1020 Nm of torque, this car merges power with sophistication.

The Mulsanne, once the crowning jewel of Bentley’s fleet until the baton was passed to the Flying Spur in 2019, has been an emblem of luxury. Manufactured from March 2010 to June 2020, the vehicle saw about 7,300 units roll off the production line at Bentley’s Crewe facility. Dubbed “The Grand Bentley” during its development, it stood as a testament to the automaker’s commitment to excellence.

This particular model, with its HR registration and clad in an unblemished white, comes with third-party insurance and is tagged at a cool INR 2 crore, plus a 2% commission for the lucky intermediary. Its 8-speed ZF automatic transmission ensures a ride as smooth as silk, a feature that has earned it rave reviews from critics and car aficionados alike. Jeremy Clarkson, the renowned automotive journalist, praised the Mulsanne for its whisper-quiet ride and impressive torque, although he noted it was laden with an overwhelming number of switches and lacked the “tasteful” restraint of a Rolls-Royce Ghost.

A user identified as aerox_pilot chimed in with a bold claim, stating, “Bentley [is] better than Rolls-Royce in my opinion,” sparking a debate among luxury car enthusiasts about the merits of these two iconic brands.

The sale of this 2013 Bentley Mulsanne not only offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of automotive history but also marks the end of an era for Bentley’s legendary 6¾-litre engine, which enjoyed a remarkable 61-year production run. For those in the market for timeless elegance and unrivaled performance, this Mulsanne is a testament to Bentley’s enduring legacy of luxury and craftsmanship.

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