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Rolls-Royce Lease Specials
Looking for a luxurious car to lease? Look no further than Rolls-Royce! The dealership has just announced its latest lease specials, and there are some amazing deals waiting for you. Whether you’re interested in the new Rolls-Royce Ghost or the classic Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, we’ve got something perfect for you. So what are you waiting for? Come down to the dealership today and take a test drive!
Rolls Royce has plenty of new lease specials available. Whether you’re looking for something more traditional or modern, there’s sure to be something that fits your needs and budget perfectly. *All offers include tax, title, and license fees.
It is important we take a look at the features and benefits of each model. These include :
Power – With 600 horsepower and a 0 to 60 mph time of just under four seconds, the 2021 Ghost is quicker than many other vehicles on this list. The 2022 Wraith Coupe comes standard with an all-wheel-drive (AWD), which helps reduce slippage in slick conditions while also improving handling performance during spirited drives around curves and corners. This is great because it is one of the most popular cars in its class. The Phantom, on the other hand, comes with a V12 engine that delivers 45% more torque than the outgoing model. This means you’ll have plenty of power to take on whatever you might encounter while driving.
Comfort and Convenience – All models come with a standard four-wheel independent suspension that provides a smooth ride, even over rough terrain. The seats in these cars are designed to provide maximum comfort by using premium materials such as leather and Alcantara suede (a type of faux fur). The cockpit is equipped with everything needed for driving or relaxing including dual climate control options so you can stay cool in summer or warm up during the winter months. You’ll also find that there are plenty of storage spaces throughout the interior space so you never have to worry about having enough room for your belongings while on the road!
Interior – The interior of the new Rolls Royce Ghost is a unique combination of luxury, comfort, and technology; with features such as keyless ignition/entry, heated steering wheel, leather upholstery, and more! In addition to its opulent accommodations, the Phantom also offers an impressive list of standard equipment, including a panoramic sunroof, front and rear parking sensors, and satellite navigation.
Exterior – The exterior of each Rolls Royce is just as stunning as the interior. From the iconic grille to the elegant curves, these cars are sure to turn heads wherever you go.
Safety – All models come standard with safety technology, such as antilock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbags, full-length head curtain side airbags, and more! This is important because it allows you to drive confidently knowing that your vehicle is equipped with all of the latest safety features.
Entertainment and Technology – The new Ghost comes standard with a host of entertainment options, including an AM/FM stereo system, Bluetooth® connectivity for hands-free calling, or audio streaming from compatible devices such as iPods®, smartphones; and a rear-seat entertainment system with twin screens. The Wraith also offers an all-new multimedia experience that can be controlled using voice commands or the central touch screen. In addition, both models come standard with keyless start/stop and Rolls Royce’s signature Spirit of Ecstasy Rotary Controller which gives you access to all of your car’s features at once!
Price point – The price points are reasonable for a luxury car like this one. Even though they may have a higher starting price than some other models, once you factor in all of their standard features and available options, it’s clear that they’re worth every penny.
Warranty – The warranty on these vehicles is above average compared to other manufacturers with three years or 60k miles coverage for both bumper-to-bumper repairs as well as powertrain coverage.
These are just a few of the reasons to consider leasing a Rolls-Royce! With such amazing deals and features, it’s hard to say no. So come down to the dealership today and take one for a test drive! You won’t regret it.
Leasing is a great option because it allows you to get into a car for less money down than if you were purchasing it outright. Leasing also requires lower monthly payments over time when compared with buying and financing your vehicle, which makes it an attractive alternative to buying new or used cars!
When someone leases their vehicle from us here at Miller Motorcars: Rolls Royce of Greenwich they sign a contract agreeing to pay us each month over the course of three years (or however long their lease term is). Leasing contracts typically have many more restrictions than traditional loans so it’s important that you understand what these are before signing anything! We have a friendly staff who is more than happy to help you understand this process and get you underway in signing a lease for these luxury vehicles.
If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to check out our website at Rolls Royce of Greenwich, or give us a call at (866) 376-0987. At our dealership, we want to ensure our customers have a positive experience, and our team will be more than happy to help you in any way possible!
Thank you for reading and we hope to see you soon at Miller Motorcars: Rolls Royce of Greenwich.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Greenwich
279 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
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