Bentley owned by Queen Elizabeth up for sale

Bentley owned by Queen Elizabeth up for sale
Source: Nydailynews
Date: 05-04-2016 Time: 04:04:46:pm

A Bentley Mulsanne is enough to make just about anyone feel like a million bucks. For a mere $285,000, you can get a Bentley that will make you feel like absolute royalty.

The 2012 Mulsanne used by England's Queen Elizabeth II has been posted for sale on Auto Trader in the U.K.A dealership in Surrey, England is selling the royal ride for 200,000 pounds sterling.

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Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, steps out of her Bentley on December 20, 2012 in London, England.

While only moderately less expensive than a brand new Mulsanne, which starts at about $300,000, it's tough to say its majestic roots aren't worth some extra coin. Plus, it's a Bentley, so it wasn't going to be a bargain buy to begin with.

The odometer has just 5,826 miles on it, of which roughly 5,000 were spent driving Her Royal Highness to special occasions between 2012 and 2014, such as hereDiamond Jubilee (which marked her 60th year on the throne) in 2012 as well as her first-ever cabinet meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron.

Made specifically for the Queen with a dark, forest green paint job and a luxurious, full-leather interior, the Mulsanne is a spectacular inside an out. It also sits on 21-inch alloy wheels and6.75-litre engine with more than 500 horsepower and a zero to 60 mph time of less than 6 seconds.

This specially-made 2012 Mulsane has an all-leather interior fit for a Queen.

While this is certainly a car to be driven in, those who get behind the wheel can floor it to reach a top speed of 184 mph.

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