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Bentley 8 1987 Review

More than 150 classic cars entered the Brooklands auction venue in Surrey. While each of them was a masterpiece, for us one model in particular grabbed all attention, this was Bentley 8 1987. Reason wasn’t just Bentley, but the finishing and touch make us fall in love with it. Let us have a descriptive look at the performance and interior and exterior, through the Bentley 8 1987 review.



  • Length: 207.4 in
  • Wheelbase: 120.5 in
  • Curb Weight: 4949 LBS


  • Engine: 6.75 Liter Petrol
  • Power: 205 hp
  • Torque: 460 nm
  • Transmission: three-speed manual
  • 0-62mph: 11.7 seconds
  • Top speed: 121 mph


No one could say that the model rolling in front of their eyes was a 27 year old creation. Created by the royal automaker we felt the personal rolling it was true royalty. The gleaming body of Bentley 8 1987 portrayed a wide rectangular grille amidst pair of round headlights. At both the ends close to the elegantly muscular flares indicators were mounted to add luxury with simplicity. Beneath this entire setup was black bumper holding license plate in its center and above them all was the remarkable Bentley logo. While a thin yellow strip could be noticed running at the bottom through the bumper to the sides and marching till the back also noticeable and worth accolade were the crispy lines running parallel from the grille till the windshield.

Moving inside the Bentley 8 1987 the arena was as expected, simple and serene. You can notice a dual tone dashboard sitting in front of the marine blue leather seats with matching stitching. We won’t say it was innovative but it was clean with all the required instruments and knobs placed at just the right place. In total the instrument cluster had four gauges with two being big and sitting beside the round steering wheel while two mounted over the center console. Entire interior was gorgeously prepared with the blue floor mats and seat getting the contrast with the wooden trim over front part of dash and doors.


The rear wheel drive four-door Bentley 8 1987 was getting its power through a 6.75 liter engine generating total output of 205 hp and peak torque of 460 nm paired to three-speed automatic transmission. Delivering fuel consumption of 9/11 mpg the model can sprint from 0-62 mph in 11.7 seconds and can reach top speed of 121 mph.

Bentley 8 1987


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