Bentley Mulsanne 2016

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Bentley Mulsanne 2016

Starting from $1,100.00

Lest you leap to the conclusion that we’ve gone soft, joining up with some sort of New Gilded Age glamping caravan, understand that taking the 2016 Bentley Mulsanne Speed camping was in no way premeditated. A site had been reserved at Silver Lake State Park long before this Sopwith Camel–hued limo arrived at Eisenhower Place. It was actually the flat, lacquer look of the green paint (a $5715 option that Bentley calls British Racing Green, although it isn’t) that convinced us this would be a good idea. The car would look stunning in the woods, we thought, and it did.  Ours would still be a classic Michigan camping trip, with sleeping bags and inflatable air mattresses and tents and hot dogs and s’mores and a cooler full of beer. The only difference would be that the 6000-pound vehicle we’d be packing all our gear into would be sporting carbon-fiber interior trim and dual iPads for its rear-seat passengers. We probably should have stuck with something more like a Chevy Suburban, which would have had a top speed a bit lower than the claimed 190 mph of the Speed but also would’ve been easier to pack. The first thing you notice when you lay eyes upon the Mulsanne’s shallow, nicely carpeted trunk—and try to do that spatial-estimation thing with the huge pile of stuff that you plan on bringing along—is that said trunk is ridiculously small, at least with respect to the rest of the 18-foot-long car. The EPA lists the Bentley’s cargo volume at 11 cubic feet. By comparison, an Audi

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