Used Lotus Emira Cars in Scotland

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Lotus Emira 3.5 V6 First Edition 2dr Coupe 2023, 3 +24
Lotus Emira £70,980
3.5 V6 First Edition 2dr

2023

Manual

25.0 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 3,064

Petrol

Click & Collect or Delivery Available
Lotus Emira 3.5 V6 First Edition 2dr Coupe 2023, 2 +24
Lotus Emira £71,495
3.5 V6 First Edition 2dr

2023

Manual

25.0 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 2,998

Petrol

Click & Collect or Delivery Available
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Why buy a used Lotus Emira with Exchange and Mart?

There will never be another Lotus like this. Like so many others, the marque is heading into an all-electric future, but just before it does, here is the final sign-off; a proper classic sports car in the finest Lotus traditions, the Emira. Think of it as a successor to the brand's old Evora and you won't be far out. Much of the underlying structure is shared with that car and, as with the Evora, you can also get a Toyota-sourced 3.5-litre V6 plumbed-in out back, here supercharged and sounding even better. But the Emira is a much more advanced piece of design, not just to look at but inside (much more day-to-day usable) and technologically (thanks to parts supplied by new Chinese owners Geely). A much more credible competitor then, to the two targeted rivals, Porsche's 718 Cayman and the Alpine A110. Let's take a closer look.

About the Lotus Emira

The Emira, in so many ways, is the car its predecessor the Evora should have been, in terms of styling, cabin quality, technology and day-to-day usability. It is at last a Lotus you don't have to be a died-in-the-wool brand loyalist to consider - and we've been waiting for one of those ever since the marque was formed by Colin Chapman back in 1948. Chapman didn't much care if those outside the track day set didn't want his cars, but current day new-era owner Geely does. That Chinese conglomerate has no intention of allowing Lotus to produce models like the Emira in the future, but we can at least be thankful that it has permitted the company one last chance to get a classic sports car right; right in the sense that it's accessible to a wide audience, not just a few. The Emira is and it's a mark of its success that it will appeal to customers as diverse someone used to the old track-ready Exige, as well as someone swapping out of a 718 Cayman. So the best was indeed saved until last. It isn't as light as an A110 or as relatively practical as that Porsche. But it's a proper Lotus, a future collector's item and a car that gets that final ringing endorsement: Colin Chapman would have liked it.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.