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2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith KBB Expert Review

The Fair Market Range for this car in your area is $285,714 - $291,486.

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MSRP $288,600

Fair Purchase Price $288,600
Fair Market Range ($285,714 - $291,486)

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KBB Expert Review

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By Micah Muzio - Updated Date: 4/2/2014

The Wraith is an ultra-premium coupe lovingly crafted to entice the next generation of super-rich car buyers to the Roll-Royce brand. Large, showy and exceedingly lush, the $289,000 Wraith is absolutely aligned with Rolls-Royce's indulgent credo, yet it's also something new. The Wraith is a more emotional proposition than its larger Ghost and Phantom siblings, as expressed through evocative styling and ever-so-slightly more engaged driving dynamics. If you'd like to convert some of your fortune into a coupe-shaped expression of wealth, the Bentley Continental GT Speed or the Mercedes-Benz S-Class coupe are also worth considering...if you don't already own one of each. But for those who appreciate the best and want to project that fact, the 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith is the ultimate accessory.

You'll Like This Car If...

For pure vehicular gravitas, the RR badge can't be beat. The brand is also extremely accommodating of customer requests. So, if you have very specific ideas about how your ultra-luxury car should be equipped, a custom-commissioned Wraith could be the ticket.

You May Not Like This Car If...

Though it moves the Rolls-Royce brand in a previously unexplored direction, the Wraith has a grandiosity that some buyers may find excessive. For better or worse arriving in a Wraith is an attention-getting event. If you prefer to lay low, look elsewhere.

What's New for 2014

The Rolls-Royce Wraith is all new for 2014.

Driving It Driving Impressions

The 2014 Wraith isn't a big car by Rolls-Royce standards, but it is big. Consequently, maneuvering it through parking lots and traffic can be disconcerting, especially considering the implications of a fender bender. Still, on the open road, the Wraith is an absolute joy, delivering an amazing ride that's insulated from the outside world. We wouldn't want that sort of thing from a sports car, but where the Wraith is concerned, isolation is the entire point. The suspension is unimaginably plush, the cabin supremely quiet at all speeds, the throttle response relaxed, and the exceedingly light steering shares almost no connection with the road. The result is a truly serene driving experience. When asked, the big coupe's 624 horsepower spring to life briskly hauling its 5,400-pound frame to 60 in 4.4 seconds. Quiet, calm and capable, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is like the world's finest day spa in car form.

Favorite Features

A headliner glowing with more than 1,400 fiber optic light pipes sounds goofy until you sit in the Rolls-Royce Wraith. Then it seems magical and classy. Pro tip: The lights can be customized to match any night sky you prefer. Just reserve about $20,000 for the privilege.

Forget about the number of speakers, the wattage and the $7,950 price. All you need to know about the Wraith's optional Bespoke Audio system is that it fills the coupe's otherwise tranquil cabin with the most wonderful sounds you'll hear in a car.

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