It looks to be priced a little high considering it has neither the touring or sport packs. The DWS tires don't suit the car either, if you're going to drive it as intended. Looks to be in good shape (besides the front clam damage) though.
Labgood how much damage did your front clam have and if you don't mind me asking how much are you spending to get it repaired.Looks like that link is broken. Is it the same as this one Lotus Elise | ksl.com Has a hard top and extra rims. Those are probably worth an extra $2k. Also Utah only has an Elise come up for sale around once every 3-6 months so it would probably cost another $1k to go somewhere else and get one back to Utah. If you look at it from that perspective its probably not over priced. Does look like the engine area and wheels are pretty dirty which would make me question how well its taken care of. If there is some front clam damage plan on at least another $300-$500 to have that repaired depending on how bad the damage is. Having mine redone right now.
Demand always raises prices during the spring and summer.I think y'all are making a mistake suggesting the price is a little high. Prices are rising, and we owners should help support this trend. Supply is dropping, and seems demand is increasing--perfect!