You can't afford them and never will drive one. HAHAHA
I'm good! thanks for your "concern" :drool: HAHAHAHA
Are you high AF right now or what?Sorry I was not offered 50K on my car, I apologize. HAHAHA
Sounds like some pretty unprofessional comments, "butt hurt" really? :no:, from a moderator. Sweeping generalization are something my 18yrd does. He also uses the term butt hurt.Oh and why does it seem that Evora owners are so butt hurt about others owning their cars? Do you guys think you're special Lotus owners in some way and that you and your cars are somehow better than say my Exige? They are totally different cars, in almost every way. My car would spank every Evora on this forum on a track, save for a full race spec car. Your Evora would spank my car on the street in every way, looks, comfort, etc. Are you really so worried that some low class Elise guy is going to be able to afford your car at $30-$40-$50k? Saying that someone will never own something is completely retarded, while I agree that I don't see many Evoras falling into the $30ks given their starting values many people can afford better and better things as they progress through life. A guy in his 20's might only afford $20k for a car but in his 50s a $500k car, what's the issue here?
There absolutely will be Evoras sold close to $30k at some point. 20 years from now a precious 2013 IPS S car will be a very old car, with 7 owners and won't be worth crap. That's the nature of the game, so saying something will or won't fall to some price is totally absurd, I can't at all understand the point of this thread at all, save for someone making themselves feel good about being able to afford a McLaren. I suppose that's why many of the car guys I know view the 650s (or 575 probably in this case) as a douche mobile. Personal I think they are amazing cars and I'd love to own one some day but that's probably unlikely for my income and lifestyle. But trying to disparage others to make one feel better about what they do, well that's about the definition of douche in my book. Unsurprising to me it's from my home town as well, ugh...
Stupid post. Move along....
Are car in the 30's can easily be back to the 40's with a few service items that will most likely be in need on the lower priced cars. Sure, you could buy a POS or badly neglected car, but is that really buying the car in the 30's?Why do you think Evoras won't depreciate into the $30s. It's easy to find them in the low $40s, and even in the high $30s right now.
some more to add to Chhirowolf’s list:Things going for The Evora price to increase over time
It is a Lotus
limited numbers (exclusivity)
reliable Toyota drivetrain
great handling (some would say unmatched)
lower than average price of entry
Things going against the Evora
It's a Lotus (sometimes perceived as unreliable)
Some build quality issues (nothing compared to your average Lambo or Ferrari)
Lower than average power output
Difficulty in getting parts
Somewhat spotty dealer support
I'd like to weigh in with my 2c worth! Just a bit of info for ya...
I live in Australia. My brother bought a 2011 NA about a year ago, asking price$80K (got it for $72k Australian). They haven't gone down in price at all, yet.
That was an excellent buy, I thought it would have been closer to AU$85k.