Bentley Mulsanne Service
The Mulsanne speed is intended to broaden the appeal of Mulsanne and enchance the experience for the enthusiast driver, with loads of speed and optimized suspension settings.
Bentley New Continental GT Service
The New Continental GT has a new 6.0L, twin turbocharged W12 engine, a step-change in technology and a fully stunning design language, the new Continental GT is unmatch in its class.
Bentley New Flying Spur Service
The New Flying Spur First Edition has a powerful 6.0L W12 engine, it has an alluring combination of dynamic performance and modern craftmanship.
Bentley Bentayga Service
The Bentayga is delivering an unmatched balance of phenominal power and exquisite levels of craftsmanship. Its speed enjoys truly commanding road presence, making a powerful statment on every terrain.
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Our Bentley Service Center offers Bentley Service, Repair, Diagnostic and Maintenance
We are known and trusted with providing superior Bentley service. We are willing and capable of handling any maintenance and repair needs for your vehicle. Please don’t hesitate to call us with questions! We’d love to help you in any way we can!
Annual Bentley service special $1299 includes loaner car for first time customers only. All service performed according to Bentley make, model and year factory specifications.
Engine, Oil, Transmission, Clutch
With a completely new 6.0 litre, twin-turbocharged W12 engine, a step-change in technology and a truly stunning design language, the new Continental GT is unmatched in its class. This Bentley GT coupé is the quintessential grand tourer – phenomenally powerful, beautifully designed and exquisitely crafted.
What engine does the Bentley Continental GT Convertible have? The Bentley Continental GT Convertible is fitted with a choice of engines. You can get a twin-turbocharged, 542-horsepower 4.0-liter V8 or a twin-turbocharged, 6.0-liter W12 making a prodigious 626 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque.
The Bentley Service Center Guide recommends
The key to maintaining your Bentley is to have a full inspection done once a year so that you can keep an eye out for wear and tear, but also to preemptively find any potential issues that might happen in the future. If driven daily driven, the annual service is done at every 12,500 miles. This will ensure that your runs at optimal performance throughout its lifetime.
Bentley Repair: Brakes, Rotors, Pads & Fluid
The brake pads on your Bentley will wear out over time, so replacing them is a necessity. Many factors can affect their lifespan and the frequency in which you will need to replace them.
The lifespan of your brakes depends significantly on the type of vehicle you are driving. For example, the brakes found in a performance-oriented sports car might have more stopping power but may wear out sooner than those found in a more economical sedan. Another significant factor in your brakes longevity is your driving habits. If you frequently brake hard and stop abruptly, this will cause your brakes to wear out more quickly. The type of driving you are doing will affect your brakes as well. Lots of stop-and-go city driving or heavy braking at a track will reduce your brakes lifespan. Lastly, the material and hardness of your brake pads (which often correlates with the type of vehicle) will also affect how long they last.
San Diego Bentley Tires, Suspension & Alignment
The suspension’s job is to not only keep a comfortable ride; it is also to provide optimal handling characteristics. Properly functioning suspension will keep alignment within specification in a straight line as well as in the corners. Moreover, this keeps the tires from wearing unevenly. At each service interval, it is recommended to check the suspension of your Bentley’s components for any squeaks, rattles, leakage, or play. Alignment can seriously affect both tire wear as well as the handling characteristics of a car. Therefore, it is imperative that the alignment is checked on a regular basis.
Tires are also wearable items that need to be checked at every service interval. Unfortunately, many owners tend to ignore their tires. As they are the only part of your vehicle that are in contact with the ground, they affect handling, acceleration, braking, and crucially, safety. Wear on your Bentley will vary depending on driving conditions, driving style, and whether or not the vehicle is all-wheel drive or not.
The Bentley comes with these tire sizes, depending on rim size and model:
FRONT TIRES: 265/45R20 (Mulsanne Tire Specs)
REAR TIRES: 265/40R21 (Mulsanne Tire Specs)
We are pleased to offer Bentley Diagnostic, Maintenance and Repair Services to better accommodate clients with this need. We use the most modern diagnostic instruments to ensure accurate inspections and to ensure your car is kept in optimum condition. Our Bentley Dealer service offerings include the following:
- Bentley Automotive Repair
- Bentley Preventative Maintenance
- Bentley Air Conditioning & Heater Service
- Bentley Cooling System & Radiator Repair
- Bentley Synthetic Motor Oil Replacement
- Bentley Oil Filter Replacement
- Bentley Brake Repair
- Bentley Engine Diagnostic
- Bentley Tune-Up
- Bentley Belts, Hoses, Fluids
- Bentley Air Filters
- Bentley Alternators
- Bentley Batteries
- Bentley Headlights
- Bentley Starters
- Bentley Transmission Services
- Bentley Struts
- Bentley Fluid Level Checks & Corrections
- Bentley Discounted Parts
Bentley Continental, fastback coupé body by H J Mulliner
The Continental fastback coupé was aimed at the UK market, most cars, 164 plus a prototype, being right-hand drive. The chassis was produced at the Crewe factory and shared many components with the standard R type. Other than the R-Type standard steel saloon, R-Type Continentals were delivered as rolling chassis to the coachbuilder of choice. Coachwork for most of these cars was completed by H. J. Mulliner & Co. who mainly built them in fastback coupe form. Other coachwork came from Park Ward (London) who built six, later including a drophead coupe version. Franay (Paris) built five, Graber (Wichtrach, Switzerland) built three, one of them later altered by Köng (Basel, Switzerland), and Pininfarina made one. James Young (London) built in 1954 a Sports Saloon for the owner of James Young’s, James Barclay.