Rolls-Royce launches approved used car scheme
17 July 2007

Can't afford a brand new Rolls-Royce? Well now there's an easy solution to the common problem of being slightly less rich than you want to be (though you still need to be seriously well-off). Rolls-Royce has launched the first ever approved used car scheme. Rolls-Royce Provenance, as it's known, is available at all the major dealers, and offers 'peace of mind' for the discerning used car buyer.Buying a Provenance Rolls-Royce gets you an independent vehicle history check and mileage verification, the reassurance that Rolls-Royce thinks it's good enough for its seal of approval, plus a six-year protection plan that covers you for roadside assistance, servicing and warranty. So comprehensive cover is assured, but then you're still looking at a fair wedge of cash.Rolls-Royce's London dealership has two Provenance cars for sale – the cheapest is a four-year-old Phantom with 21,000 miles on the clock, and it will cost you £179,950. Can't afford a used Roll-Royce? Join the club.

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