Shop for your next 2011 Lotus Exige at!
View inventory


Lotus Exige

Price $80,500 – $91,795
Fuel consumption 9.0 – 11.8 L/100km
The Car Guide rating N/A
These two British cars are directly targeting uncompromising sport driving enthusiasts. With their Toyota engine, modified and offered in multiple versions, this duo is very light and proposes extraordinary handling. However, if you want to achieve performance nirvana, you’ll have to be flexible enough to slide in behind the wheel and strong enough to put up with a very firm suspension. But the handling makes it all worth it...

Tests and Features

All Lotus reviews

Sorry, no result for Lotus Exige. Here are results for Lotus

First Drives2012 Lotus Evora S: It won’t change you, except...
Lotus, the little English manufacturer steeped in history, is barely surviving in this era where huge corporations reign supreme. For various reasons, it had to stop producing the Elise and Exige, fun little two-seaters that handle more like go-karts than GTs. To target a different clientele that is just as …
First Drives2010 Lotus Evora: Big game hunter
The Lotus name is legendary in Formula One, as much for the 79 victories and seven titles as for the team’s bold and often controversial innovations. Its return to F1 this year, with cars in colours that are reminiscent of its past successes, has been a happy one – even …
Test Drives2009 Lotus Elise: Radical and expensive...
But oh so much fun! In fact, there are very few cars at any price that can offer as powerful a ride and that’s the main reason for buying an Elise. You can forget about luxury or comfort. Z4, Boxster or Nissan Z buyers, basically you’re in the wrong place.


All Lotus Exige news
NewsAn Automatic Lotus Exige S
It had to happen at some point, and the news has finally come in: an automatic gearbox will be offered as an option on the Lotus Exige S in every country where that car is sold (so not here). The Exige S is an ultimate track day toy that can …
New ModelsLotus Exige LF1: Honoring Formula 1
The timing may not be ideal, considering the final results of the Lotus F1 team at the Canadian Grand Prix (both cars retired because of mechanical defects), but the British manufacturer just unveiled a limited run of 81 Exige LF1s built to commemorate the team’s success in Formula 1. Each …
New ModelsLotus Reintroduces The Type 72
If you’re a motorsports fan, the news that Lotus is returning to F1 is, in a word; amazing. Shaking the sport to its foundations the last time they entered competition, Chapman and friends bent, worked around, and otherwise ignored the rules and regulations set out to slow the cars down …


All Lotus videos

Sorry, no result for Lotus Exige. Here are results for Lotus