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Should I buy a Bentley Arnage T?
I'm due to retire shortly and am going to spend about £30K on a car to last me 5+ years. I've always fancied an Arnage T (especially after being driven round the TG test track by the old Stig in one!) but am a bit concerned about the running and inevitable repair costs. Should I go ahead or buy an XF "S" Portfolio, an E63 AMG or an E 350 CD?

Asked on 19 December 2011 by RM

Answered by Honest John
Buy the W211 E63 AMG. Utterly phenomenal. Or an XFR if you can get on for the money. I still managed 29mpg in one of them, so they are not the guzzlers you may think.
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