Cars Rolls-Royce Ghost video review: luxury saloon driven
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Here's a straightforward sensible car review of a straightforward sensible car. Well, these things are relative. This is the new Rolls-Royce Ghost and it isentry-level saloon. Which still means it costs £208,000 and has a 6.6-litre V12 engine making 563bhp. So quite a lot.
Good enough, in fact, for 0-60mph in 5.8sec and for it to reach a limited top speed of 155mph. But it's the way it goes down the road at sedate speeds that's more interesting. Find out how thisand rival drives in our full video review.
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