Buyer's Guide


For many around the world, Rolls-Royce remains the pinnacle of luxury. Owned by BMW, the British brand specializes in super-luxurious cars for when a Mercedes or Lexus are far too common.

Least Expensive: Calling the Rolls-Royce Ghost cheap is ludicrous as the luxury four-door sedan starts at just under $300,000.

Sportiest: Giving a Rolls-Royce a sportier characteristics still seems off-brand for the company, but the Wraith Black Badge is as close as we're ever going to come to a true sports car from the luxury automaker. Featuring 624 horsepower, the 6.6-liter V-12 engine is the brand's quickest offering.

Most Expensive: Rolls-Royce customers won't blink an eye at the Phantom Drophead Coupe's starting price of around $500,000. The nearly three ton machine is one of the cushiest means of transportation you'll ever find and, for that price, it had better be.

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