Rolls-Royce Wraith review

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Section: Costs & verdict

Rolls-Royce Wraith
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  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith
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New car deals
Target Price from £282,220
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Used car deals
From £122,950

Costs & verdict

Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is

It’s impossible to make a financial case for the Wraith. It might be supercar quick and supremely classy inside, but (objectively at least) there’s no way it’s worth nearly twice as much as a Bentley Continental GT V8 or a Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe.

However, if you look past the price and accept that anyone considering a Rolls is unlikely to be too fussed about an extra £100,000 or so, the Wraith has plenty of appeal. It’s far more comfortable and refined than similarly priced exotica, such as the Ferrari F12, and its stately looks and sheer size command attention that you simply won't get in anything else.

Overview

The Rolls-Royce Wraith might not be perfect, but it’s a hugely desirable ownership proposition for the privileged few who can afford it

  • Opulent interior
  • Effortless pace
  • Awesome road presence
  • Ridiculously expensive to buy and run
  • Not as comfortable as you might expect
New car deals
Target Price from £282,220
Swipe to see used and leasing deals
Used car deals
From £122,950