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    Evora IPS 2015 Starlight Black
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  1. Great write up. Interesting to read and I agree with most of your points in the 'Impressions list' I too have had my 2015 Evora for 7 months coincidently. Not done as many miles, but I do use it on a regular basis. Same as you, I am surprised how easy the 3 of us can fit in the car, (Wife and 5 year old son) no problems at all, and he loves being near the engine and near me on car journeys. I too would like the seating position to be slightly lower. I have friends who have Porches and they are amazed at the interior quality and the build quality, even the way the door shuts
  2. Superb! Thanks @Kevin Wheeler really appreciate this! I will enter the thread and join in the discussion
  3. OH WOW @Bibs that is incredible; thanks for the reminder.... As I said in my post, there is no reason why I shouldn't have made the purchase 3 years ago at the time of that comment... P.s: I hope that there's no way of your knowing how many times I have logged on to this website in the last 3 years!!! LOL
  4. So, I am a long-term admirer of Lotus and the Evora specifically is a car that I have wanted to own for many years. And the time was right in Feb this year as the right car in budget came up (2015 2+2 IPS) I have 1 child (4yrs old) and a wife, therefore the 2+2 is used by the 3 of us and he has plenty of room in the back for him and some his toys / backpack on the 4th seat. (The way the seat is higher in the back with a raised roof in the back, ensures he is sat safely via ISOFIX and he has a great view of the road, plus he loves being near the engine in the back and so close my me at th
  5. Love this! Im going to print it and put it in my Sons bedroom too,,, oh and my study!
  6. It says in the advert its a 2+0 but pics show 2 back seats
  7. Im in the exact same boat, I have been looking daily (OK 5x daily) for the right Evora at around the £30k mark, I am looking at NA as I will be using as a daily driver, so the fuel economy benefit and the cheaper buying price will be good too. But I too, have seen a few cars come up that are SR and 4 years newer at only £8k-£10k increase in price, and I too am thinking that it may be worth the stretch to £40k as the SR come with a lot of extras that I am looking at for a Daily Driver car.
  8. I noticed that no one has mentioned the cheapest Evora 2+2 on Autotrader currently. It's 2011 silver with Tech & sports pack. £29k. With low mileage at 28k miles. Reg is SY60 BWB in the Bristol area. Is this Reg / Car known to the forum members? Its been advertised for a few weeks now; is there anything to be aware of? If has full service history according to the advert. Thanks
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  10. Great video guys @Bibs. I have been reading this forum for months with great interest, but joined today just so that I could comment on the Video. - As the other guys said, great style of delivery with the humour and detailed commentary. I am hoping to be a Evora owner soon; after months of research, so I hope to add more comments later this year!
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