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This is The Cheapest Lotus Evora Currently For Sale on Autotrader


If you’re looking for a Lotus Evora, you might be disappointed by the fact that it’s pretty pricey. The sticker price of a new example can easily top $100,000, which is, of course, huge money for a car. It’s especially huge money for a car whose brand has an uncertain future, which is precisely the situation with Lotus.

But if you want an Evora without spending big money, here’s your chance. This is a 2010 Lotus Evora, and it’s offered for sale by a private seller in Florida for $37,499 — a figure that makes this the single cheapest Evora currently listed on Autotrader. It’s traveled 43,000 miles from new, which is high for an Evora, but still reasonable considering the Toyota powertrain.

Yes, that’s right: the Toyota powertrain. If you weren’t aware, the Evora is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 from the Toyota Camry. This may not seem like reasonable motivation for a sports car, but, indeed, it’s perfectly fine. The Evora is a lot lighter than the Camry, and more importantly, most Evora models use a 6-speed manual transmission that helps deliver power better than the Camry’s lazy, comfort-oriented automatic — including this particular Evora.

If you’re interested, this Evora is finished in gray with a cream-colored interior, and the owner seems to be an enthusiast, noting that it’s always been garage-kept, and he’s had it since it had just 2,500 miles on the odometer. And now it could be yours. Find a Lotus Evora for sale

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1 COMMENT

  1. The cheapest Lotus Evora for sale on autotrader.ca is a 2010 w/ 26,000 miles for $51,500CDN (~$40,000 USD)
    Other 2010-11 models range from $60k-$75k CDN.
    How reliable are these cars?

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