2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Review and News – MotorAuthority

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2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Review

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When it comes to automobiles, it’s hard to the Rolls-Royce Phantom for pedigree, and sheer overwhelming presence. It is, all, the flagship model of a British luxury marque built cars for royalty, and a curb weight of around pounds it’s easily one of the cars you’ll ever across.

The standard model is a sedan but you can get the Phantom in long-wheelbase trim, as a or as a ‘Drophead Coupe’ convertible. If you to drive your cars, we suggest going with the yet more powerful 2011 Ghos t, however, if you have a on your list of employees the Phantom is the only way to go.

Both and Maybach offer models in segment, but at the end of the day they’re just not in the league.

While it may not be a drivers’ car, the of the 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom are very impressive.

Power from a 6.7-liter V-12 rated at 453 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of The car’s sheer mass its performance somewhat, but 60 mph still up in a sports car like 5.7 seconds. The limited top speed of 155 mph is also higher than what actually ever want to go driving or riding in the Phantom.

At 100 mph on the interstate, its engine is utterly its six-speed automatic shifts invisibly. The suspension is multiple and control arms and self-leveling all around, which gives it an ride quality: it’s not by rough patches of road, and lets on that something’s underneath its 21-inch wheels and tires.

With a huge-diameter steering and feather-light feel, the steering urge you at all to … corners but the does respond to inputs on the and steering diligently, if not rapidly.

that the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe have tuned for a sportier feel. suspension and powertrain changes dynamics, which can mostly be to revisions to the air suspension settings, an the diameter of the anti-roll bars and of the steering. The transmission of the two-door also gets an ‘S’ mode.

Pricing for the 2011 Rolls-Royce lineup begins at $385,000, $5000 in gas-guzzler and destination The extended-wheelbase sedan begins at the Coupe at $413,000; and finally, the Coupe at a lofty $452,000.

For a full review of its styling, comfort and quality, safety and check out TheCarConnection’s report on the identical 2010 Rolls-Royce .

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