New and Used Rolls-Royce Phantom: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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Rolls-Royce Phantom

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom lacks competition within its class, the only exception being the Mulsanne. The Phantom is offered as a appointed sedan, coupe, or and it’s the flagship model in the range.

For more information, specifications, see our 2013 Rolls-Royce page

Today’s Phantom lineup among it a large sedan in two lengths; a coupe; and a convertible known as the Drophead Coupe. they offer a classic experience, effortless V-12 and quintessential British styling and

The Phantom’s design has been a bit of a when first introduced in this blunt-front, boxy with …-style doors universally well received by the affluent traditional customers, or the in general, but after a couple of as a younger generation of influential were seen in Phantoms, the design started to come its own. The extended-wheelbase model, was introduced for 2007, adds ten of legroom and is the way to go if you have a driver and a garage.

With a 6.8-liter V-12 making 453 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of a six-speed automatic transmission, and drive, the nearly 5,800-pound can still dash to 60 mph in well six seconds—in, it must be added, a of spooky silence, with the slightest low-pitched whoosh. The powertrain feel is matched a confident but strictly uninvolved experience all around. This a car you really want to hustle a curvy canyon road its limit; for the weight of the vehicle, isn’t a whole lot of available even though it’s and brakes are confident. Entry and in the sedan are easy, thanks to the door setup, with the hinged at the back

Buyers of the Phantom will pay a $3,000 gas-guzzler tax with any While that surely their budget much, it make shoppers more of the Phantom’s low 11 mpg city, 18 mpg highway EPA

If you’re worried about consumption, the Phantom should not be your vehicle of choice. But if you a full-time driver on staff, classic appointments like trim and a drinks cabin, and important that you’re in one of the world’s most exclusive there probably isn’t a choice in the world than the

Rolls-Royce’s bespoke ordering allows a customer to essentially any build configuration among a of thousands of features and combinations—or concoct their own new features for a price. Possibilities include a headliner, cooling box, instrument panel, seat and the aforementioned drinks cabinet, many others.

Aside from the extended-wheelbase and a few feature changes, the Phantom has changed little, but it was joined by the Phantom Drophead Coupe (in and Phantom Coupe (in 2009). The Coupe, which starts at and the Coupe, at $405,000, have the same dimensions as the sedan but a rear-opening front door. can fit four if needed, and offer deft performance and an equally ride.

For those with a for even more exclusivity, a of special editions have offered.

Rolls-Royce recently the 10th anniversary of the Phantom with the launch of a Series II at the Geneva Motor Show. The range–sedan, coupe, and drophead models–received updates to their drivetrains, connectivity features, and luxury accoutrements to keep fresh until a successor That replacement is said to be in the for 2016.

An unusual recall was recently for 2013 models due to a missing device.

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