Used Rolls-Royce Ghost Cars

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Rolls-Royce Ghost 4dr Auto Saloon 2024, 466 miles, +40
Rolls-Royce Ghost £304,950
4dr Auto

2024

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 466

Petrol

Rolls-Royce Ghost 6.6 V12 Auto Euro 5 4dr Saloon 2 +34
6.6 V12 Auto Euro 5 4dr
Finance from £1899 per month

2011

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 29,000

Petrol

Rolls-Royce Ghost 6.6 V12 Auto Euro 5 4dr Saloon, +34
6.6 V12 Auto Euro 5 4dr
Finance from £2071 per month

Automatic

20.8 mpg

Tax: £695

Mileage: 23,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used Rolls-Royce Ghost with Exchange and Mart?

Rolls Royces are traditionally driven by people other than their owners. If you can afford one, you can afford to sit in the back. But what kind of car might this famous brand make if it were to design a means of conveyance aimed at people who would slip behind the wheel themselves? One as comfortable with curves as it was in the showroom? Back in 2010 with the original version of this car, the Ghost, Rolls Royce answered that question. The brand had been at that point once before. Back in 1929 when, like today, their range was headed by an imposing Phantom model, the company identified the need for a slightly smaller, more driver-orientated design. But the 20/50 model they produced was feebly-powered and ultimately unsatisfying. Perhaps in fear of repeating this mistake, the modernday Ghost we saw in 2010 employed hi-tech handling and a 6.6-litre twin-turbocharged V12. But it borrowed too many parts from parent company BMW and felt a world removed from a Phantom, even when the brand updated it to 'Series II' form. In 2020 though, a new generation Ghost arrived, this car, which claims to be everything a Rolls Royce should be.

About the Rolls-Royce Ghost

Within Rolls Royce ownership circles, there are two kinds of customer for the company's saloon models. Some like to be seen - and will usually choose a Phantom. Others want a touch of extra discretion - and for them, this Ghost will be just about perfect. These people might not have considered a Ghost in its previous form: it simply wasn't as opulent as a Phantom. But this second generation design is every bit as exclusive as its Goodwood stablemate. And pretty much as luxurious too. Unlike a Phantom, you could enjoy driving this car quite hard too - though, naturally, it's not quite as sporting as a rival Bentley. What's important this time round though, is that this rejuvenated Ghost model feels every inch a real Rolls Royce, all trace of BMW carryover thankfully removed. Is it the 'best car in the world', as Rolls Royce's reputation used to promise? Well if you own one, we think you'll think so.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.