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  1. I also did an LED upgrade earlier in the summer. It's transformed the headlights and made the car much safer to drive at night. I used these bulbs which are quite a bit cheaper than the Philips Ultinon Pros (but maybe won't last as long?): I'm afraid I don't have before and after pics, but the effects are very noticeable and definitely worth it imo. Just make sure the LEDs are oriented correctly (3 o'clock and 9 o'clock).
  2. If I remember correctly, the 350 on had had crash repairs to both the front and rear clams (disclosed in the ad) and that price was also without the buyer's premium which I think is 6%. So basically £34,500 for a car which had been in an accident (although repaired well from the looks of it).
  3. Hi NJJ, I don't know this car specifically but I do own an Exige S roadster. You're right, they are in a slightly strange position in the S3 line-up - I wanted an Exige V6, having previously owned an Elise, but I knew I was rarely (if ever) going to track my car. And I'm a big fan of touring in Europe / Scotland etc. The roadster was therefore perfect for me - it has a slightly more compliant suspension set up than the coupe and misses the aero - splitter and wing. Otherwise it's the same car for a fair bit less money. (And looks better imo without the rear wing). I think this Stratton one may be slightly overpriced. Mine is a 2016 model (it overlapped with the beginning of the 350 Sport production) and had 11,000 miles when I bought it about a year ago, and I paid less than this Stratton car is advertised for, although it is IPS, not manual. But even discounting the IPS in my car, I think Stratton's car is still a couple of grand too expensive. Have you spoken to them and seen what they can do price wise? The blue / tan combination is lovely, probably the best colour combo. Also in case you haven't seen it, Rory Reid did a review of the Exige S roadster in exactly the same colour...
  4. Hi everyone, I've been a bit of a lurker on these forums for the past couple of years, so thought it was time I signed up and said hello. This forum has been a goldmine of useful information, so a very belated thanks to everyone here! I'm on my second Lotus now, having had an Elise 220 Sport for a year I have now switched to a 2016 Exige S roadster which I'm absolutely loving. I don't think I'll be doing any serious mods to it, although I have upgraded the speakers recently to Focals and will probably change the tail pipe at some point as I don't like the stock pig snout. Took it on a trip to the Brecon Beacons recently, here's a couple of pics:
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