Rolls-Royce Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

2018 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base

2018 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base

Mileage: 3,736
Mileage: 3,736     Price: $265,000
Location: Sterling, VA ~ 3 miles away
Dealer: Rolls-royce Motor Cars Sterling
Days on Market: 58
Colors (ext/int): English White / Seashell
Rolls-Royce Certified Pre-Owned Ghost

$265,000


2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base

Mileage: 23
Mileage: 23     Price: $379,991
Location: Sterling, VA ~ 3 miles away
Dealer: Rolls-royce Motor Cars Sterling
Days on Market: 213
Colors (ext/int): Silver / Tan
Rolls-Royce Certified Pre-Owned Ghost

$379,991


2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Base

2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Base

Mileage: 15,989
Mileage: 15,989     Price: $426,000
Location: Sterling, VA ~ 3 miles away
Dealer: Rolls-royce Motor Cars Sterling
Days on Market: 27
Colors (ext/int): Jubilee Silver / Black
Rolls-Royce Certified Pre-Owned Cullinan

$426,000


What Does Rolls-Royce Certified Mean?

A Rolls-Royce Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle is one that has passed an inspection process agreed upon between Rolls-Royce and the dealer. The criteria vary between manufacturers. It typically consists of 100+ point visible and mechanical inspections. Certified cars are often ones with lower miles that needed little dealer reconditioning. Extended warranties and service plans are often included in the purchase price of a CPO vehicle.

Why Does a Certified Rolls-Royce Cost More?

A Rolls-Royce Certified Vehicle is almost always more expensive than a similar non-certified auto. The bulk of this extra cost is the extended warranty, which usually backed by the manufacturer. Some CPO programs include limited scheduled maintenance items and even roadside assistance. The remaining amount is essentially pure profit to the dealer.

Is it Worth Paying Extra for a Certified Rolls-Royce?

Maybe. The CPO upcharge might only be a few hundred dollars on popular models, but thousands on luxury vehicles. The CPO program was created in part to provide consumers some peace of mind when buying a used car. But, ultimately this program exists to help dealers sell cars. Dealers inspect and recondition nearly every used car, certified or not, before offering them for sale. In most cases, an extended warranty from a third party would be cheaper than the difference between a regular "used" car and one labeled as CPO. Be sure to shop around and read the fine print on what is actually included in the CPO program.