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Rolls-Royce Reviews

New Cars
Good: Massively imposing, extremely luxurious and technically proficient 4x4.
Bad: As expensive as you'd expect.
Good: The most elegant recent Rolls Royce.
Bad: Expensive, but not eyewateringly.
Good: Smaller than a Phantom and cheaper too. V12 power. Supremely luxurious. Jewellery shop-like fixtures and fittings. Lovely big thin rimmed steering wheel.
Bad: Starts at £200,000. Huge weight means it can understeer on difficult corners taken too quickly.
Good: Pleasant to drive. Sublime to travel in. Majestically luxurious. Imperiously refined and astonishingly quick.
Bad: An very opulent display of wealth and power.
Good: Hand built perfection. The ultimate in grand tourers. A wonderful experience. Advanced aluminium chassis.
Bad: Even more expensive than the Phantom.
Good: Wonderfully refined. Opulently luxurious and extraordinarily quick for a big convertible. Exclusivity guaranteed.
Bad: A price tag of £330,000.
Good: Imperious luxury and exclusivity along with immense performance. Actually more economical on paper than a Bentley Continental GT Speed.
Bad: As expensive as you'd expect.
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