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Rolls-Royce's stock locator

Time 4:57 am, August 22, 2012

ROLLS-ROYCE has launched a new online tool called Provenance Pre-owned Stock Locator.

The online resource allows would-be Rolls-Royce customers to search for exclusive Provenance cars quickly and easily using an iPad, computer or smart phone.

Provenance pre-owned stock locator is available from the home page of www.rolls-roycemotorcars.com and can also be found on local dealer websites.


Benefits include easy-to-navigate search filters, as well as features that allow prospects to make direct car-by-car comparisons.

A customer can choose to search for cars within a specific country, then filter down into model, age, mileage, budget or colour.

Using its ‘My Provenance’ feature they can also sign-up for alerts and be notified via email and SMS when search criteria have been met. They may simply browse all available vehicles, or those that are ‘coming soon’ to the programme.

‘Rolls-Royce clients are busy people who rightly demand uncompromising quality and excellence as standard,’ said CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös.


‘And, whether they seek a new or pre-owned Rolls-Royce, they also expect every aspect of the buying experience to be effortless. With the Provenance programme, complemented by our new pre-owned stock locator, we can offer examples of the finest pre-owned Rolls-Royce motor cars and present them effortlessly to potential clients.’

Provenance cars include two years’ warranty and two years’ complimentary servicing – at an authorised dealer anywhere in the world, should the owner relocate. The programme also includes independently checked vehicle history and mileage verification, pre-delivery inspection and comprehensive preparation for the client.

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