2011 Rolls-Royce Ghost Values

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2011 model year changes

The Rolls-Royce Ghost has changed very little going into 2011. The Ghost gets updated audio systems and Bluetooth connectivity functions, while the model line now gets the same 'bespoke' order and customization system afforded to Rolls-Royce Phantom buyers.


Competitive comparison

Hushed character; strong acceleration; surprisingly nimble handling; hand-finished details and workmanship; exclusivity


Special features for 2011

With a price beginning at around $250,000, the Rolls-Royce Ghost competes with the likes of the Bentley Continental Flying Spur and the Aston Martin Rapide. While the more expensive Phantom is offered in a full family of body styles, including a Coupe and 'Drophead Coupe' convertible, the Ghost is only offered as a sedan. The Ghost is one of the longest cars on the market, yet it can feel surprisingly nimble for such a large car; it doesn't feel much heavier than the BMW 7-Series or Mercedes-Benz S-Class in the corners, but its true heft translates to excellent road-holding on the highway. Exclusivity versus those more 'ordinary' luxury sedans is of course one of the biggest selling points--as is the 'bespoke' process of specifying and ordering your own custom-tailored interior, trims, and special features.




The 2011 Rolls-Royce Ghost is a RWD full-size luxury sedan powered by a direct injected V12 engine that produces 563 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque. Pairing the V12 engine with an 8-speed automatic transmission enables the Ghost to achieve an EPA estimated 13 mpg city and 20 mpg highway, for a combined 15 mpg. Features and options include suicide doors, full-grain leather, wood veneer finishing, 20-inch alloy wheels, an infrared camera that grants the driver night vision, a head up display, navigation system, active cruise control, and lane departure warning. The Ghost is backed by a 4-year/unlimited mile warranty.