This is a timeless symbol of elegance. The 2002 Bentley Azure Convertible was a custom coachwork car that was built by a handful of experts and only delivered to the very elite. It is such a desirable jewel for your garage that an exceptionally low mileage example like this is constantly in-demand.
Bentley is already an international symbol for true upper-class motoring. But what made the Azure line even more alluring is that it combines the British noble name with an Italian heartthrob. Pininfarina was part of the coachbuilding process in these hand-crafted low-batch droptops. And so when you have such a rare combination of blue-blooded premium names associated with one car, you know you want it in a shade like this Peacock Metallic. With so few miles on this Bentley, the factory-correct paint loves to radiate its deep luster no matter if it's out in the sunshine or just under our showroom lights. It's this dedication to quality in the paint and superior workmanship that allows the sunlight to roll evenly across the whole body - from the classic hood line that makes way for the tall grille, to the graceful fender flares that are a small reminder of turbo power under the hood. And while you already know this is a car that worships the sunshine, the blue convertible top has a smart look that proves you do not need to be open to the world for this convertible to look sophisticated.
While we love the look with the roof in place, this one shows off a whole new level of style with the top down. These were special order cars that cost more than a middle-class home, and so they needed to be impressive from the moment anyone lays eyes on it. That means a luxury interior that blended real wood with supple tan leather. But the really striking part is how they intertwined an exterior-coordinating blue into this motif. You get a distinguished deep blue on the inner part of the steering wheel, top of the dash, integrated into the door panels, the full carpeting, and the inner part of the center console. It's a truly a marvelously refined setup, right down to the blue piping in the seats. Luxury also means plenty of features, including power windows, heated seats, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, provisions for air conditioning, provisions for power seats, cruise control, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with USB input and Bluetooth. While this is what you want in a convertible, as a true Bentley, you can have the top in place and the level of insulation gives you coupe-like quietness.
The 6.75-liter V8 is a part of a long-standing tradition at Bentley. They relied on this motor for decades as a stout powerhouse that they also knew how to make one of the smoothest runners around. By 2002, the addition of features like turbocharging and fuel injection had maximized the power and poise reputation. And as you look at the condition of this example, everything has the clean look of proper maintenance, right down to the wires and hoses. The GM-supplied four-speed automatic transmission is a terrific stout unit to reliably handle this torque-filled motor, and it also allows for smooth overdrive cruising. And the fully independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes (w/ABS) complete a package built to be the ultimate upper class convertible with a sporting pedigree.
Complete with owner's manual, these Azures were the upper-echelon even in the Bentley world. That means there's only a handful ever around. So don't miss your chance and low-mileage distinction and opulence. Call today!!!