ROLLS ROYCE CARS : Learn before you buy ROLLS ROYCE


  • When a car is insured, it can be legally run on the roads of India.
  • No stress as damages are covered under insurance of the car
  • Medical expenses are also covered in some policies.
  • Overall the insurance of a car reduces the financial losses.

Perfection is the only apt adjective one can use to describe this giant. The perfection comes along with its design, then the interior, exterior, elegance, power and other features.
Rolls Royce was established in the year 1906 and its liquidation began in the year 1971. Then it was renamed from Rolls Royce Limited (1971) to Rolls-Royce plc. This incorporated the Rolls Royce motors to its own division in the year 1973 and then it was sold to Vickers in the year 1980.

Because of advanced technology and powerful craftsmanship, the roads are still occupied by the 65 % cars of Rolls Royce.


  1. Rolls Royce Ghost Series II
    It is yet another beautifully designed model with upgraded and refreshed features, which includes, a new bonnet, headlights with daytime running lights and new tail lights. This model is available in two variants that are, Rolls Royce Ghost Series II 6.6 and Rolls Royce Ghost Series II EWB. It has a powerful engine with the capacity of 6592cc which produces a maximum power of 563 bhp @ 5250 rpm and torque of 780 Nm @ 1500 rpm.


  1. Rolls Royce Wraith
    This Royce model is a blend of style, power and drama. It is inspired by the fashion industry and its related techniques on palettes and materials, and this could be seen from the unique body design. Rolls Royce Wraith comes with a 6592-cc engine and produces power of 624 bhp @ 5600 rpm.


  1. Rolls Royce Drop head Coupe
    A perfect car for a class with a mighty engine. Coupe brings your imagination to reality with a 6749-cc petrol engine. It produces power of 460 bhp @ 5350 rpm. It has other add-ons such as a completely handcrafted interior, made up of wood and leather, the premium metal upholstery etc. are jaw-dropping. Can’t imagine a luxury car better than this, too that also in a convertible form.


  1. Rolls Royce Phantom
    A stylish and luxurious car with technological add-ons, Phantom is powered by a 6.75 L V12 engine that produces power of 571ps with 900 Nm of torque. It comes in 2 variants- a sedan and EWB and it can hit the speed of 0-100 in 5.3 seconds. Phantom includes an active cruise control system, 4 cameras with panoramic view, and all-around sighting with helicopter view night vision and vision assist.


  1. Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe
    It is slightly longer and wider car than its predecessor It has 6749 cc engine which produces power of 460 bhp @ 5350 rpm. It has a variant of 6.8 L.


  1. Rolls Royce Dawn
    The fastest beast among the Royce family, with reaching the speed 0-100 in 5.0 seconds. It has a powerful engine of 6598 cc which produces power of 563 bhp @5250-6000 rpm. It is more or less like the replica of Rolls Royce Wraith. This car is a convertible based on the Wraith coupe.


  1. What will happen if the wrong information is provided during the insurance of Rolls Royce?

Ans: If you do so, you will have to rectify the mistakes as soon as possible. Otherwise, the papers won’t be valid for the insured car.

  1. What are the add-ons one should look for while renewing the car insurance of Rolls Royce?

Ans: Zero Depreciation, Engine Protector and Return to Invoice are few add-ons which you can look out for while renewing the insurance

  1. Is inspection of a vehicle mandatory after the insurance policy of Rolls Royce car has expired?

Ans: Yes, you will have to go for a vehicle inspection to renew.

  1. From where should one buy or renew the car insurance of Rolls Royce?

Ans: You can buy the insurance for your Rolls Royce from an agent, a broker or directly from the insurance company. While online insurance policy offers additional benefits as compared to other means.

  1. What’s the difference between comprehensive and third-party car insurance?

Ans: The comprehensive car policy covers theft, vandalism and fire of your car. Also, it covers the damages due to cyclone, earthquakes, flood and riots kind of natural disasters. Along with it, it covers the legal liability due to property or bodily harm occurred by the car to any third person or party.

Whereas, in third party-policy, only the third party is covered for any damages because of the car.

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