What is the Price of Rolls-Royce Phantom?

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As the flagship model of Rolls-Royce, the Phantom gets a lot of attention. It’s our top model and the standard bearer for our name. A lot of curiosity, therefore, is directed at the cost. People want to know the price of a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

In broad terms, even the simplest of Internet searches will tell you that the base price for a Phantom is about $475,000. However, while most automakers start with the base and add options, ordering a Rolls-Royce is a very different experience.

Rather than add extra items, our philosophy is that acquiring a Rolls-Royce is something of a ritual. It represents achieving a pinnacle in your life. For many people, a Rolls-Royce is a symbol that they have thought about for a long time. Rather than making this event about the car, we make it about you.

For this reason, Rolls-Royce encourages people to personalize their vehicles. Personalization is about making your vehicle a reflection of yourself. This could be your external or internal self. For instance, you might incorporate the color of your childhood home into the glovebox. Or perhaps you might want the same wood type from your old armchair to be incorporated into the center console.

When it comes to price, no Rolls-Royce Phantom will ever be exactly the same because no owner will be the same. There are some Rolls-Royces that are passed down generationally for close to a century. The customization that automakers offer is expanded to the Nth degree with Rolls-Royce.

We encourage interested parties to spend a day with us. Oftentimes we travel to meet clients and spend time learning about your interests and passions. Learning about each other is the best way to elucidate how best to craft a Rolls-Royce Phantom that matches the person on a level they wouldn’t have thought was possible.

Stop by our showroom to see Rolls-Royces in North Carolina.

What is the Price of Rolls-Royce Phantom? was last modified: January 15th, 2015 by Rolls-Royce Raleigh


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