2011LotusExige

Lotus Exige

2009 Lotus Exige S 260 – Click above for high-res image gallery Over its 61-year history, Lotus Cars has spent a considerable amount of time clawing its way back from the brink of insolvency. The company's most recent bout with financial disrepair came in the early Nineties after the…

- Reviewed by Sam Abuelsamid

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2011 Lotus Exige
MSRP: $65,690 - $74,950
2010 Lotus Exige
MSRP: $65,690 - $65,690
2009 Lotus Exige
MSRP: $65,690 - $74,995
2008 Lotus Exige
MSRP: $61,000 - $67,995
2007 Lotus Exige
MSRP: $59,890 - $59,890
Lotus adds lightness to new Exige S Club Racer

The Exige may be 15 years old, but Lotus is here to say it still has some tricks up its sleeve with the introduction of the weight-reduced, aerodynamically optimized new Exige S Club Racer.
Lotus Evora update coming, new models still on hold

The trials and tribulations at Lotus over the past several years haven't put the company in best financial position, and after the dismissal of Dany Bahar as CEO, the automaker seemed rudderless. Jean-Marc Gales (pictured above) is the new captain at the helm of the British sports car brand, and he seems like the complete opposite of Bahar. Where the former boss was hugely ambitious (perhaps overly), the current CEO has crafted a plan for a gradual turnaround under what he called a "logic-based"
Lotus Exige S gets automatic transmission option

A vehicle as light and agile as the Lotus Exige is all about driver involvement, but those enticed by the nimble sports car's handling and performance who aren't keen on working a stick shift now have another option at their disposal.
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"The way the Exige turns into corners seems shockingly brisk for the first few miles, but then you learn to appreciate how its precision can almost laser-guide you to an apex, how its immediacy can teach you to be a more conscientious helmsman.