Review: Lotus Evora (2009)
Powered by Toyota 3.5-litre V6 with 280bhp. Handles superbly.
Expensive compared to a Porsche Cayman S. Can develop faults that leave it off the road for 11 months. Low star rating due to potential for trouble.
Lotus Evora (2009): At A Glance
- New prices start from £50,985, brokers can source from £88,663
- Insurance Groups are between 46–50
- On average it achieves 87% of the official MPG figure
Originally launched in October 2008 with a 3.5 litre mid-mounted Toyota V6, the Lotus Evora was almost completely revised for 2015, gaining a new supercharger and up to 400PS, giving it a 0-60 of 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 186mph.
What does a Lotus Evora (2009) cost?
Real MPG average for a Lotus Evora (2009)
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Goodwill payment after car takes year to be fixed
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