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Rolling back prices

Bargain: The new Rolls-Royce Ghost is $50,000 cheaper, thanks to import tariff cuts and favourable exchange rates.

Rolls-Royce culls a cool $50K off prices of its 2010 models

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ROLLS-ROYCE importer Trivett Classic has announced a $50,000 price drop across its entire 2010 range.

“Factors including the reduction in import duties from January 1 and favourable exchange rates have allowed a price reduction of $50,000 across all models for vehicles arriving into Australia from January 2010,” Trivett said.

This means the cheapest model – the all-new Ghost sedan that hasn’t even arrived in Australia yet – now opens up at $645,000 rather than the $695,000 price tag stated at the car’s announcement during 2009.

But the MY10 Phantom’s $1,068,000 is still somewhat dearer than the car was on its debut back in January 2004, when one could be had for just $985,000 – dropping to $915,000 from 2005 to until 2008.

2010 Rolls-Royce range pricing:
Ghost $645,000
Phantom $1,068,000
Phantom EWB $1,250,000
Phantom Coupe $1,260,000
Phantom Drophead Coupe $1,355,000

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