It might be a newly-launched car, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a supply of second-hand Bentaygas already. Dealers will have demonstrator cars which they’ll be keen to move on and there might be the odd cancelled order too. Some dealers will even order a car for stock, in case someone has forgotten to buy a gift for their other half and needs one in a hurry.
The prices of these sorts of cars won’t necessarily look like a bargain though, as Bentleys tend to be loaded with expensive options. However, wait a few months and the prices will start to plummet. Like most big, luxury cars, the Bentayga doesn’t hold its value terribly well and buying one with a few thousand miles on the clock will save you a five figure sum - if you can wait.
As part of the attraction with a car like this is the ability to personalise it to your taste, make sure the Bentayga you are looking at is actually something you’d want to own though - there are many with questionable trim options and even aftermarket bodykits or conversions.