How much is a 2015 Lotus Elise?

The Lotus Elise 2015 prices range from $35,200 for the basic trim level Convertible Elise Club Racer to $56,100 for the top of the range Convertible Elise S.

When was the Lotus Elise discontinued?

Lotus Elise
Manufacturer Lotus Cars
Production 1996–2021
Assembly Hethel, Norfolk, England, UK Shah Alam, Malaysia (Series 1, 1997–2000)
Body and chassis

How expensive is a Lotus Elise?

Because in comparison with other similar make and models available in the market which includes BMW Z4 or Porsche Boxster which may cost you $47,500 and $48,000 respectively which is way less than a base level Elise which costs around $51,500.

Why is Lotus Elise so expensive?

What makes the Elise so expensive is the engineering and materials that go into its manufacturing. It utilizes high-quality lightweight material to build a vehicle that is super light, super-strong, and has a sophisticated suspension costs a lot of money.

Where can I buy a new Lotus Elise?

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Is there a Lotus Elise Crome Orange in Canada?

The vehicle you are looking for is no longer available. Clear your search or change the distance, make, model, year and other search options to provide more results. This is a 2011 Lotus Elise SC Final Edition Crome Orange #10 out of 15 cars and one of only three cars in Canada.

What kind of cars share the Lotus Elise platform?

Other cars sharing the Elise platform 1 Hennessey Venom GT 2 Lotus 2-Eleven 3 Lotus 340R 4 Lotus Circuit Car 5 Lotus Elise GT1 6 Lotus Europa S / Dodge EV 7 Lotus Motorsport Elise 8 Lotus Sport Exige 300RR 9 Melkus RS 2000 10 Opel Speedster /Vauxhall VX220/Opel Eco-Speedster Concept

What was the original weight of the Lotus Elise?

This roofless car was a special edition, limited to only 340 cars being built. The name 340 originally referred to the 340 bhp/tonne (254 kW/tonne) power-to-weight ratio of the original prototype which had 177 bhp (132 kW; 179 PS) while weighing just 500 kg (1,102 lb). However, in production models the 340 refers to the number of cars built.