To me, a Rolls Royce seems like the sort of car one would buy for eternity, the sort of car one is buried with. Sadly though, several leasing and repossession companies would happily disagree with me.
This is why the British company just turned up to a new press release with the Rolls Royce Provenance and it’s rather obvious from the introduction that this isn’t a new car.
Rolls Royce Provenance is a factory involved program which takes care of how second hand products of the extremely prestigious brand are going to be resold.
Since a Rolls Royce isn’t the sort of car one could be talking about in performance figures, option lists and so on the quality levels of these checks make these cars feel like they can’t be stamped as second hand.
They are clearly not bargains, not even in second hand form, so why not go along with Rolls Royce in calling everything that gets past the Provenance program as a pre-owned vehicle.
Apparently, as part for the new procedures, Rolls Royce Provenance will train a few technicians on the matter and apart from the advanced inspection, the approval process also includes a full test drive.