For a price of AED 209,900, you can get your hands on a 2005 Bently Arnage T Mulliner in a Metallic Tungsten Gray colour! Sitting at the highest, most flagship spot of Bentley’s lineup in 2005, the Arnage T is the most powerful version of the Arnage Bentley had offered at that time. The Mulliner means that this is the long wheelbase version, with the name being a nod to the coachbuilder who built this version of the Arnage.
Here are the main things you should know about the Arnage T Mulliner
- Mileage: 43,601 km
- Engine: 6.7L V8 Twin Turbo
- Power: 450 HP
- Torque: 874 Nm
- Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
- Weight: 2,585 kg (Curb weight)
This particular unit, as mentioned before is available in the Metallic Tungsten Gray version, and is a single owner vehicle. Bentley ran the Arnage till 2009, when it was replaced by the Mulsanne. The Arnage is a very luxurious vehicle that had all the bells and whistles and the cutting edge tech from its era.
Even by today’s standards, the Arnage T’s interior is impeccable, and there is power seats, powered sunroof, and even a retractable screen placed in the dashboard. Granted, the amount of buttons in the centre console is not as per the minimalist standards as of today. However, the interior is still plush, and one of the most luxurious interiors present.
While there is limited information about the particulars of this car since 2005, except the mileage, one can surely say that since it is single owner, there shouldn’t be anything fundamentally awry with this car. However it is advised to do a thorough background check with the owner and make a decision, since the BMW supplied V8 motor is not the most reliable unit in town.
While this car is certainly not something that would spark nostalgia within a collector about the 2005 era of cars, the Arnage is a solid car, with plentiful power, perhaps more than what its chassis and dynamics could handle.
The price also seems to be about right for a car of this age and caliber, however, as mentioned before, it is certainly advisable to do a thorough background check about the cars whereabouts and service history before making a monetary purchase decision.