Been sold two or three time in the past 12 months, increasing by 5k or so each time
Very Interesting....thanks for the intel.Been sold two or three time in the past 12 months, increasing by 5k or so each time
Thanks...seems like it. I appreciate the feedback because being new its hard to tell what's reasonable and whats not.They are asking too much imo.
Thanks Abe...good to know. Having worked at a few dealers in the past myself, some are good but a lot aren't, so knowing someone's reputation in advance is a big help.For what it's worth, Bill Nuccio was one of the top 3 lotus dealers in the country with Fox valley motor cars back in the days with a great reputation. I wouldn't hesitate buying a car from him and as far as price goes, well there's some that sold for a lot more just recently but if you like it, give him an offer. Good luck :up:
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Yes and no. For any 'normal' car, 15,000 miles is NOTHING. Because these are often second/third/fourth vehicles and driven as a specialty car, it's common to find very low mileage examples - making a car with 30,000+ miles on it seem high. In reality, the engine is fairly bulletproof and should last way beyond 150,000+ miles with normal care and maintenance. 15,000 miles on the Exige is barely scratching the surface of what the car is capable of.Being new to this search, I'm still trying to gauge what's a fair price and how much mileage impacts the price... 15k miles isn't a lot for 99% of cars on the road, but is it a lot for an Exige S?
My 07 doesn't have them. I personally don't like them as I think they look like an afterthought.The lights are part of the high beams, could be added later but would be a major PITA because the clam would have to be removed, the grill changed, and then install brackets with lights.
I thought all Exige S came with them? I know mine did.
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