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2017 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL RECALLS

2017 Bentley Continental

    Continental GT II (facelift 2015) generation is a 2 doors cabriolet or coupe produced by Bentley from 2015 to 2018 with petrol engines with maxspeed 192 mph. Capacity is 4 passengers including driver and total weight is 6063 lbs with 1003 lbs maxload.


    Model Trims

    • Continental 6.0 W12 (590 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental Speed 6.0 (635 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental Supersport 6.0 W12 (710 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental V8 4.0 (507 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental V8 S 4.0 (528 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental 6.0 W12 (590 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental GT3 4.0 V8 (600 Hp)
    • Continental GT3-R 4.0 (580 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental Speed 6.0 W12 (635 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental Supersport 6.0 W12 (710 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental V8 4.0 (507 Hp) AWD Automatic
    • Continental V8 S 4.0 (528 Hp) AWD Automatic

    Features & Specs

    1

    4
    seats

    2

    10-15 mpg city
    21-31 mpg hwy

    3

    AWD, RWD
    drivetrain

    4

    507-710
    horsepower

    Reported Problems

    3 Total Safety Recalls Found

    STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:HOSE, PIPING, AND CONNECTIONS

    • Total cars affected: 229

    • NHTSA campaign: 19V863000

    • Date of the problem: 04/12/2019

    A power steering fluid leak may cause a loss of vehicle control, or a hazard to following traffic, increasing the risk of a crash. In addition, the fluid leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire.

    EU rapid alert system

    • Risk level: 2

    • Rapex alert: A12/1067/17

    • Date of the problem: 11/08/2017

    A pipe to the power-steering cooler can come loose, leading to a risk of fire as well as loss of power-steering assistance, which could lead to an accident.

    EU rapid alert system

    • Risk level: 3

    • Rapex alert: A12/00017/20

    • Date of the problem: 17/01/2020

    The connecting hose of the hydraulic power-assisted steering system may detach from connecting pipe of the cooler. Consequently, hydraulic steering fluid could leak, resulting in a loss of steering control and increasing the risks of an accident, to the following traffic and of a fire.

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