This is a Lotus Buyers Guide full of the latest buying advice and gear available for the Lotus Elise, Lotus Exige and Lotus Evora.
On this site you’ll find:
- cars for sale
- performance parts
- tires & wheels
- ECUs and engine tuning
- racing clutches
- headers and exhausts
- safety harnesses
- seats and interior gear
- suspension upgrades
- and more!
To find this stuff, we scan the web for the latest items for sale. Some of the sources we pull from include:
- online retailers like Amazon.com and Walmart.com
- auction sites like eBay.com
- car listing services including Cars.com, Autotrader and Dupont Registry
- online forums dedicated to the Lotus Elise, Lotus Evora and Lotus Exige
- social networks, especially Twitter and Facebook
Some of the listings on this site are updated in real time from stores that can do that.
Your time is valuable, so we try hard to make sure pricing and availability are up to date. If a store/site will not or cannot give us accurate information, then we may not include their listings.
We Love Lotus!
Our CEO owned a Lotus Elise – a 2005 Titanium S2 with Sport and Touring packs – and he wishes he’d never sold it.
Here’s a picture of his 3rd place win at a local Florida car show a few years back:
Check Us Out On Flipboard
We maintain two popular Flipboard Magazines dedicated to modern-era Lotus Cars.
Lotus Elise & Exige – The Experience is about the experience of owning and driving the Lotus Elise and the Lotus Exige. It is chock-full of photos, videos and articles about driving, racing and modding.
Lotus Elise & Exige – Buy/Sell/Trade is a shopping magazine. In it you will discover cool stuff you can buy online. Perfect for an evening browse with your favorite beverage.
If you’d like to contribute to our magazines, let us know by sending an email to email@example.com .
If you haven’t tried Flipboard yet, you should! You’ll find rich media magazines on just about any topic imaginable. Over 100 million people use Flipboard, and it’s growing faster than Twitter!
Built for Mobile
If you are visiting on a PC, you may notice this is a “sparsely designed” website. That’s because we designed it for mobile devices first.
What’s Your Favorite Source?
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