2009 Rolls Royce Phantom Car Review

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2009 Rolls Royce Phantom Car Review

When you desire luxury in your ride, the only car that beats any other is the Rolls Royce Phantom.  Though considered a saloon car, the Rolls Royce Phantom is more of a limousine when it comes to comfort and style.  The Phantom does come at a top price of £318,000 for all aspects of bliss.

  The phrase if you have to ask about buying or owning a Phantom means it is not the right car for you.

The Phantom comes in two models; a 6.8 V12 and a 6.8 V12 EWB.  Both styles are four doors with a top BHP of 453.  The only difference we can find in the two models is price and the EWB.  The Phantom EWB is the more expensive executive model at the aforementioned price.

  The standard model starts out at £270,000.  The Rolls Royce offers extreme power under the hood for a smooth ride.  The six speed automatic transmission moves seamlessly from one speed to the next, without so much as a noise.

If power is something you desire in a vehicle the Rolls Royce engine will certainly fit that need, going from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds.  Granted there are other faster cars on the market, but they are sports cars, built for speed on the track.  The Phantom was built as the ultimate executive style saloon.

Having examined the engine, it is perhaps best to view the other attributes of the Rolls Royce Phantom.  The Phantom sports a long nose, giving it a sleek panther like appearance.  The boot is short, but still offers enough space for most needs.

  For more definition the vehicle offers an architectural design on the hood using raised planes.  The grille fits between the square headlights, with round fog lights beneath.

Something entirely different about the Rolls Royce Phantom is the rear doors.  The rear doors sport reverse hinges to open backward.  This provides more ease for passengers to fit neatly into the back.


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  The reverse style doors are an old concept being renewed for the 2009 Phantom.

The performance, ride, and handling are all superb.  Many owners of the 2009 Phantom are amazed at the agility the heavy car provides, not only on the local streets but on the curves.  Despite its immense size the Phantom moves through the smaller streets of the UK with little difficulty.

The interior of the Rolls Royce Phantom sports soft wood in warm colours to contrast with the bright chrome and high quality leather.  The dash is still the typical Phantom design in the new model with trendy gauges.  Spending approximately £10,000 more on the purchase price will provide an electric sunroof, DVD player, and other media options you may desire.

  The EWB model comes with more audio and communication devices as standard such as the GPS navigation, multi CD, and Bluetooth technology.

Like with any car there are a few drawbacks to the Rolls Royce Phantom.  The price for one is a bit excessive.  The rear seats will also provide less space for passengers than one might find comfortable.

The Rolls Royce Phantom entered dealerships in November 2008 and will continue to sell until 2010, perhaps a few years longer.  The current recession does not seem to hinder the purchase of such an extraordinary machine.

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