The new scheme will put an increased focus on the manufacturer’s five UK dealerships.
Rolls-Royce said its Provenance programme will offer ‘new car peace of mind and ensures that only the finest used models would gain the Provenance seal of approval.
Each car has to meet exacting criteria set by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Factory-trained technicians will inspect the cars and take them on a road test to make sure they are up to scratch prior to delivery.
All Rolls-Royce dealers will be able to offer customers a full vehicle history and a protection plan that provides 24-hour road side recovery assistance, servicing and a warranty up until the car becomes six years old.
Graeme Grieve, sales and marketing director, said: “Our customers expect the very best motor cars in the world and we are now able to offer the same support and peace of mind for approved pre-owned cars that we offer for new vehicles.”