I’ve never changed the oil in my Evora myself, mostly due to the fact it was under warranty for a few years and after that I live in an apartment and can’t work on my car. Each dealership charges me about $250 for the oil change, but this is with about 7 quarts of 5W-40 full synthetic and a Lotus oil filter. The oil is close to $80 and the filter from Lotus is, what, $50? You can get a Toyota filter for about $10. The rest is labor. I change my oil once a year or every 9,000 miles.
Actually, the above price is what LFSC charged me, Gator charged about $145.
Cabin air filter is about $20+ shipping and you swap that every other year. Engine air filter is more labor than anything and cost me about $82 to get replaced. Brake fluid flush was about $290 last time I had that done. Coolant flush was $320 but that’s a once every 4 year service. New battery installed was $230. Tires only last about 12k miles for the rears and I have yet to go through a set of fronts. Rear tires are about $650 for a set of P4S plus install and alignment.
Definitely not the cheapest car in the world and I could do a lot of this myself if I had a garage but being able to drive a car this awesome is worth the price no matter how you get the service done.
2013 Evora IPS - Carbon Gray
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