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So values for the SR 2014 holding firm at mid 40k whether NA or S.

MY12 cars holding steady at mid 30k and MY10 cars around 27k - 32k but quite mileage sensitive.

I think in general prices are doing ok. Certainly as good as, if not better than low spec 911 and top spec Cayman of same condition, mileage etc.

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It will be interesting to see how the sr values hold. There is a lot of love for the older shape and the sr is the pick of the bunch. It was also a better received car by journalists which (rightly or wrongly) seats folk a lot. 

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Only three of those are supercharged though, and one is actually an '11 despite having a '13 plate (And isn't a genuine SR), definitely slim pickings when you consider of the two genuine S SR's there, one has already been bought by someone here. So one S SR available from all listed there. (And it's very high miles for its age)

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I'm guessing he means mid (£) forties for MY12.

mid (£) thirties will get you a mint 2010/2011 N/A or a lower spec / higher mileage S, pre MY12

on that note a dealer in Newcastle (non) Lotus is still advertising a blue S with 30k miles for £34k(cheap!), that car has long been sold so not sure why it has not been marked as such on PH. The new owner was at the ace meet last month!

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Hi Chris

That reflects my understanding on pricing too. A good '11 Evora S with at least sport and tech packs for sale with a reputable Lotus dealer will be listed at £36-£37k with little room for negotiation, whilst a good, low mileage MY12 Evora S will be more like £44k-£45k.

Although I never viewed it, I never had a good feeling about the blue S up in Newcastle. It seemed too cheap the second time it was listed this year.

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40 minutes ago, SteveIOM said:

Hi Chris

That reflects my understanding on pricing too. A good '11 Evora S with at least sport and tech packs for sale with a reputable Lotus dealer will be listed at £36-£37k with little room for negotiation, whilst a good, low mileage MY12 Evora S will be more like £44k-£45k.

Although I never viewed it, I never had a good feeling about the blue S up in Newcastle. It seemed too cheap the second time it was listed this year.

Price may have been due to colour as it seems a marmite colour. Looked a great deal to me if you like that blue. 

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4 hours ago, SteveIOM said:

Although I never viewed it, I never had a good feeling about the blue S up in Newcastle. It seemed too cheap the second time it was listed this year.

FWIW, I got screwed over by Lotus Newcastle over that blue car. 

Incidentally, they have now lost their Lotus dealer status.

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