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Anyone know of some good places to get my Lotus serviced and such? According to Lotus's website, there is only one authorized place outside of Manhattan.
 

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I'm new too, and I need to get my Elise serviced and inspected. Anyplace around central Jersey? Anyone else with an Elise around central Jersey??
 

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Sports and Specialist Cars in Hopewell. Really nice dealer and shop.
RS Motorsports in Closter. Authorised Lotus-only service. Cleanest shop I have ever seen.
Both are listed on the Lotus USA website, BTW.
 

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Only a dealership, which is by appointment only. Closed otherwise. LOL
Yeah, I bought some parts from Park Ave. once because I was in the area. They're basically an Acura dealer, with a little building next to it (usually locked) that has some new Lotuses in it. I don't know anything about their Lotus service.

RS is two exits on the Palisades Parkway north of the G Washington bridge; there's a bus service right there that will get you back to Manhattan if you need to leave your car for a while.
 

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Yeah, I bought some parts from Park Ave. once because I was in the area. They're basically an Acura dealer, with a little building next to it (usually locked) that has some new Lotuses in it. I don't know anything about their Lotus service.

RS is two exits on the Palisades Parkway north of the G Washington bridge; there's a bus service right there that will get you back to Manhattan if you need to leave your car for a while.
Nevertheless, they do service and warranty work on Lotus cars. They did my 3,000 and 6,000 mi. maintenance and warranty work. No complaints.
 

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Only a dealership, which is by appointment only. Closed otherwise. LOL
True, but they can tell you where to go and were extremely helpful when I needed new clams. They also claim to have a tech next door who can work on them but I didn't feel like testing that out; it's an Acura dealership, LOL. Rather wrench myself.
 

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