Autotrader Find: 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost With 126,000 Miles

In the Rolls-Royce world, you have two types of cars: the vast majority are rarely-used weekend specials that aren’t driven much. But then there are a select few that are daily driver cars, used frequently. This one doesn’t fall into either category, because it’s traveled 126,000 miles in five years. It’s a truly high mileage Rolls-Royce, going well beyond your typical daily driver car.

Here are the particulars: this is a 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost with a white exterior and a black interior. Unlike practically every other 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost listed for sale on Autotrader, this one doesn’t have 5,000 miles after being stored in a climate-controlled car bubble, but instead, it’s traveled 126,951 miles from new. I’ve never seen a Rolls-Royce so new with so many miles.

According to the Carfax report, this is a one-owner 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost that was sold new in Grand Prairie, Texas, which is outside Dallas. The Carfax report confirms that it’s traveled an amazing 30,000 miles per year, which would be astronomically high mileage for most cars, let alone a Rolls-Royce. Interestingly, it looks like it’s held up well with those miles, without significant wear or any signs of damage or problems.

If you’re interested in this Ghost, it’s offered by Road Runner Auto Sales in Wayne, Michigan, near Detroit, and it’s listed for just $102,995 — big money for a car with 126,000 miles, but incredibly low for a 2014 Ghost. Naturally, it is by far the cheapest 2014 Ghost on the market. And now it’s available to you. Find a Rolls-Royce Ghost for sale

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