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Rolls-Royce Wraith

7/10
Overall verdict

The Top Gear car review:Rolls-Royce Wraith

£251,240£288,410

Owning

Running costs and reliability

Roughly 85 per cent of Wraiths will head through RR’s bespoke department, so if you’re ordering one, you probably aren’t all that bothered about the next bloke and your residuals. But the first year is sold out, so you can still expect the Wraith to be a pretty solid bet. Unless it’s been ordered in yellow with a green interior, that is.

It’ll also be horrific to insure and run – although we did get 22mpg on a cruise. Hardly the stuff that’s going to save the planet but, for a car of this stature, pretty impressive.

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