Recall Alert: 2011 Rolls-Royce Ghost

Rolls-royce ghost
Rolls-Royce is recalling a small amount of model-year 2011 turbocharged versions of its Ghost sedan to address a faulty water pump, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A total of 69 vehicles equipped with turbocharged eight- or 12-cylinder engines are being recalled.

In the affected vehicles, the circuit board that controls the electric auxiliary water pump could overheat. This could lead to a vehicle fire. Several of parent BMW’s vehicles also were recalled for the same problem.

Rolls-Royce will notify owners this month, and dealers will replace the affected parts free of charge. Owners can call Rolls-Royce at 877-877-3735 or NHTSA's vehicle safety hotline at 888-327-4236 for more info.


Ken L.

The Rolls Royce Ghost is one beautifully styled sedan. The upright front-end gives it a stately look to it. Even if you did not know anything about cars, you'd know if this one of those ultra expensive cars just by its looks.


A ROLLS-ROYCE BEING RECALLED?!?! SERIOUSLY? What is this world coming to?!?!??


Oh my - I'd better get my ghost checkup!


It's not a Rolls, it's a BMW.


No, it's a Rolls just like a MINI isn't a BMW.


Wow! shocked... There are much better cars on the road that would not have the trouble the Rolls does.

For what it costs it's completely unacceptable!


One car you can really count on I know for a fact since 1991. Infiniti built by Nissan. No matter which model you pick, you will never have trouble. NEVER, EVER.

one of the best cars on the road today.


No offense but if you're in the market for a quarter million dollar car you're probably not looking at Nissans or Infiniti's. You're probably considering Bentley and Maybach as your non-bursting into flames alternative.

Mike Fellenstein

Oh the horror!!


And there's the number one way to tell that the engines are German... gosh dern faulty water pumps.

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