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2010 Rolls Royce Ghost Sedan

2010 Rolls Royce Ghost Review

(4 Stars)  A volume Rolls at last

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Overview
While the idea of an entry level Rolls Royce seems like an anachronism, the 2010 Ghost is as close as it gets. Sharing some parts with the BMW 7 series due to their corporate sisterhood is not a problem, as all of the shared components are hidden out of sight. The Ghost is slightly larger than the Bentley Flying Spur and slightly smaller than the companies own Phantom.

Rolls expects to double its US sales with the Ghost. They are looking to introduce many to the brand through its lower price tag and its daily use branding. The Ghost has been dubbed a luxury car that can be driven daily, even to the office or store, on regular occasions.

The entry level Rolls Royce is still outfitted with all manner of technology and amenities for driver and passengers alike. Entry level or not, its' no small car. At nearly 5500 lbs, it would take a great deal of power to motivate this monster. Fortunately, the Ghost has it, in the form of a 6.6 liter V-12 making 536 HP and driving the rear wheels through an eight speed auto.

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2010 Ghost Base Sedan Vehicle Overview

  Performance Review  
Turbocharged
Engine: 6.6L Vtwelve-cylinder DOHC with variable valve timing and four valves per cylinder
Premium unleaded fuel
Fuel economy: EPA (08):, 13 MPG city, 20 MPG highway, 15 MPG combined and 327 mi. range
Gasoline direct fuel injection
21.8gallon fuel tank
Power (SAE): 563 hp @ 5,250 rpm; 575 ft lb of torque @ 1,500 rpm

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