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Nothing Says Rich Like the 2019 Rolls-Royce Phantom: Here's What You Get and How Much It Costs

In the world of luxury cars, no name stands out quite like Rolls-Royce. But, even among Rolls-Royces, the Phantom leaves an impact like no other automobile. The new Rolls-Royce Phantom is no different. In fact, it even ups its luxury level -- just to make sure the competition knows who's boss.

Of course, the style and comfort of the new Phantom comes with one of the steepest price points of any street-legal production vehicle. But, just how much is the 2019 Rolls-Royce? And, what are you really getting for all that money? Keep reading to find out.


How Much Is the 2019 Rolls-Royce Phantom?

Someone looking to purchase a new Rolls-Royce Phantom would have a few options ahead of them. Actually, more than a few. Firstly, you'll need to decide between a standard length Phantom or a Phantom-extended wheelbase. The rear seat of the extended-wheelbase model is quite a bit roomier.

The extended wheelbase is going to cost you about $50,000 more, as a point of reference. All in all, the 2019 Rolls Royce Phantom, the most expensive of Rolls-Royce Models, can be priced at anywhere from $450,000 MSRP to $492,425 MSRP. It makes you wonder what exactly you're getting for all that money. Still, that's about $140,000 less than the max price of the 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom. What a bargain.

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Here's What You're Getting in a New Phantom 

You'll obviously be getting quite a lot for your half-a-million dollars.

Each Phantom is customized to the needs of the buyer, so you'll also need to decide on a whole host of other luxuries that are offered by Rolls-Royce Bespoke's custom motor cars, from interior and exterior colors and trimmings to personalized key, glovebox kit, and hide-away umbrella. You'll also need to think of a good personalized nameplate.

You'll also be getting the Rolls-Royce signature starlight headliner, coach doors, eight-speed v12 engine, all-wheel drive, air suspension, adaptive cruise control, and stow-away picnic tables.

In Conclusion...You've Got Other Options

There are several other more affordable Rolls-Royce vehicles. You might go with the Cullinan, Wraith, Ghost, or Dawn. Or, hey, there's always a Bentley. Or, you could (try not to shiver), just buy used like the rest of us.

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