Etymology: From the the council estate of Leigh Park, near Havant in Hampshire and a luxury car manufactured by Bentley Motors Ltd, Crewe, UK.
Such is the level of peasantry prevalent in the aforementioned estate, the highest status peasants (who work part-time on the checkout at Havant Hypermarket), can afford the required £395 to buy and park a Jaguar XJ6 on the grass verge outside their hovel. Despite this shameful one-upmanship, their relative status is recognized, and as a result they are duly credited with ownership of a vehicle greater than the one they own. Consequently the Jaguar XJ6, as seen less often than Ford Sierras in council estates countrywide, is upgraded symbolically to attain the status of a Bentley.
See also 'Leigh Park Jag'
'Jim's just bought a Leigh Park Bentley for banger racing.'