We specialise in solving Bentley GTC Continental soft top and convertible roof problems
The Bentley Continental GTC MK1 Cabriolet, built between 2007 to 2011, is a fine grand tourer with limitless headroom and a fabric roof system.
The tailored convertible roof can be deployed or stowed in just 19 seconds, with the car travelling at speeds of up to 30mph. This transforms the Continental GT Convertible from a luxurious coupe into an open-top Grand Tourer at the touch of a button.
If you are lucky enough to own one of these delightful cabriolets, the roof system, as with any other convertible folding roof can have its problems. The most common symptoms of cabriolet roof failure are the roof not opening or closing, no access to the boot area and often a break in the metal roof frame itself.
Like all soft top cabriolets they have their faults and in particular, lack of attention to care and maintenance can lead to water ingress and the usual electrical and mechanical faults caused by water damage on the operational roof system.