Bentley Warranty Options Β£4800 (!)

Bentley Warranty Options Β£4800 (!)

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Jonnychloe

10 posts

71 months

Sunday 21st June
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Morning All,

Newbie here and was hoping you could assist.

I am due to collect a 15 plate Flying Spur w12 this week.

1 owner
9k Miles
Been Bentley serviced every year
Plus 12 months warranty.

I have tried to do all due-diligence before purchasing, yet know the knowledge here will outweigh anything I can research.

Having looked at previous MOT’s it continues to have the same advisory, is this something to be wary of and a standard issue fault.

Noted as : Nearside Front Upper Suspension arm pin or bush worn but not resulting in excessive movement front suspension arm inner bush

Will this be a costly issue, will it not come into play.

Apologies for lack of knowledge, and thanks for responses in advance.

Jonny

Saweep

5,215 posts

142 months

Sunday 21st June
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MrReg said:
My understanding is that the warranty on the Conti is cheaper due to the older tech in it.
When I was looking at a Bentaga I was told that if you prang it in a car park dent and one of the cameras goes wonky, it then requires a full day setting it back up so the systems work together - that's going to cost for example.
As soon as the newer Contis are old enough to be out of warranty you can bet their prices will increase too!
I hit a bollard at less than 2mph pulling into a parking space.

Cost me £1700 to have the radars recalibrated.

Total cost £4k for the smallest dent you'll ever seen in your life.

These cars are painfully expensive irrespective of how much money you've got.