Used 2019 Rolls-Royce Dawn Convertible
Pros & Cons
- Exceptionally smooth and quiet
- Adults can fit in the back seat
- Seemingly infinite customization possibilities
- So many options, you'll have to speak with a specialist to build one
- Navigation display isn't a touchscreen
- The build you laboriously worked on might not match next season's fashion
List Price Estimate
$239,448 - $261,516
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Which Dawn does Edmunds recommend?
While there are some general preset configurations, the 2019 Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible is a blank canvas for you to outfit however you want. Just make sure to get the camera system for easier parking, the Ultimate Touring package for its combination of ventilated seating and a full suite of driver assist features, and the Signature package for its lambswool floor mats, premium audio system and monogrammed headrests.
Edmunds' Expert Review
Rolls-Royce prides itself on creating the smoothest driving experience, and we have no reason to doubt the Dawn will be any different. Don't think of it as a sports car like a Ferrari but rather an incredibly smooth and comfortable cruiser.
Aside from the Dawn simply being a Rolls-Royce, its chief selling point is as a convertible four-seater. Rolls-Royce made sure that four adults could fit in complete comfort and that the top opens and closes in total silence.
With about as much leather and wood as a luxury steamship, the Dawn's interior is inviting, warm and comfortable. It's not a jet plane cockpit-like experience, but more like a tearoom or a cigar lounge. The large reverse-hinged doors make entry and exit an event.
The trunk space is deep and perfect for a couple's luggage. But unless you travel with light packers, fitting four people's worth of stuff might be tough. You won't have to worry about bringing an umbrella — it's included. And the silk-lined door pockets are perfect for holding delicate items.
Though you can't touch the screen on the Dawn, the touch surface on top of the Spirit of Ecstasy Rotary Controller features handwriting recognition. Otherwise, luxury-car staples such as night vision and adaptive cruise control are standard.
Features & Specs
Our experts like the Dawn models:
- Adaptive LED Headlights
- Motorized reflectors keep the headlight beam pointing in the direction of travel, increasing nighttime visibility.
- Rollover Protection System
- Should the Dawn roll over, a concealed roll bar, combined with a single-piece windshield frame, deploys to protect occupants.
- Satellite-Aided Transmission
- GPS works with the transmission, letting it shift early or hold a gear — depending on driver behavior — for a curve or hill ahead.