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Used Rolls-Royce Phantom Saloon 2003 - 2018 review

Rolls-Royce Phantom Saloon (03 - )
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What should I look for in a used Rolls-Royce Phantom saloon?

A colour that you like. Aside from that, straightforward common sense applies - just use the normal rules that you'd employ for any car-buying decision.

Anything that has done more than 12,000 miles per year deserves a discount, and it's fair to say that you should expect to be furnished with a full service history of the car before you decide to part with your hard-earned.

The Phantom is a beautiful machine, styled in England and engineered in Germany by Rolls-Royce's parent company, BMW. With that in mind, you get the classic English car, with German reliability. It's not hand-built, like its rival the Maybach, but fit and finish are on a supremely high level.

These cars are lovingly assembled, so there's no reason to expect a host of problems. Rolls-Royce dealerships work 'alongside' their customers, so any problems should be ironed out with the minimum of fuss.

 

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