The Bentley Arnage was produced in Crewe, England from 1998 to 2009. The Bentley Arnage was named after a tricky bend at the Le Mans circuit where Bentley began its rise. The car was published in 1998 as a replacement for the Mulsanne series. In 2004 the Arnage underwent a facelift, a big change. After the facelift, the front lights were completely separated from each other to make the car resemble the Continental GT.
This Bentley Arnage is an original Dutch car. On July 8, 1999 this Arnage was delivered by Hessing. The car is in very nice condition and the mileage is low enough to add the Bentley to a collection. All vehicle documents, a stamped service booklet and a maintenance history are present.
Of course, this Arnage can also be used more regularly. The ''Green Label'' is equipped with the reliable BMW V8 engine, which has a capacity of 4398 cc. These engines are equipped with a setup with Twin Turbos in collaboration with Cosworth. This engine therefore provides excellent torque and sufficient engine power: 354 hp.
The ''Green Label'' is therefore very reliable and the Arnage was originally designed for this engine. The BMW engine is made of aluminum and therefore much lighter in contrast to the engines used later in the ''Red Label''. A ''Green Label'' is for this reason much lighter in the front. An additional advantage is that this BMW engine is equipped with an automatic 5-speed gearbox from ZF where the first ''Red Labels'' had a 4-speed automatic. The ''Green Label'' is therefore much quieter on the highway. A ''Green Label'' therefore has many advantages over early ''Red-Labels'' and last but not least: there is no oil under the ''Green Labels'', for example...
All vehicle documents, stamped service booklet and maintenance history are present - BMW V8 engine - ''Green Label''
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