2020: Bentley recalls

Six recalls for three Bentley models in 2020


In 2020, Bentley announced six recalls for three models through the EU Rapex system.

The Bentayga and Continental GT models had three recalls each in 2020. Bentley recalled the luxury SUV for airbags, seat belts and a possible fuel leak. A possible hydraulic fluid leak has been reported with the Continental GT, while the Convertible version may cause an injury, as there is no anti-trap function on the convertible roof system.

The adhesive bond between the sunroof and the vehicle body does not meet the specifications with the Continental GT and the Flying Spur model manufactured between 2nd and 21st January 2020.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



Bentley recalls in 2020 by model

Bentley Bentayga

PublishedIssue
Bentley Bentayga V8 (2018 – 2020)16. 06. 2020The fuel low-pressure hose quick connect located in the engine compartment can overheat and consequently to soften, allowing fuel to leak. ... .
Bentley Bentayga (2019)11. 05. 2020The curtain airbags may be welded incorrectly. As a result, they may not properly inflate in the event of an accident, ... .
Bentley Bentayga (2016 – 2019)21. 04. 2020In the third row of seats, the D-loop of the seat belt pillar might not be robust enough. In the event ... .

All Bentayga’s Recalls

Bentley Continental

PublishedIssue
Bentley Continental GT Convertible (2019 – 2020)25. 12. 2020The convertible roof can be activated using the key fob at distances exceeding six metres. As there is no anti-trap function ... .
Bentley Continental GT (2020)08. 06. 2020The adhesive bond between the sunroof and the vehicle body does not meet the specifications. As a result, the sunroof may ... .
Bentley Continental (2016 – 2018)17. 01. 2020The connecting hose of the hydraulic power-assisted steering system may detach from connecting pipe of the cooler. Consequently, hydraulic steering fluid ... .

All Continental’s Recalls

Bentley Flying Spur

PublishedIssue
Bentley Flying Spur (2020)08. 06. 2020The adhesive bond between the sunroof and the vehicle body does not meet the specifications. As a result, the sunroof may ... .

All Flying Spur’s Recalls


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