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I know it serves two different purposes, but it seems anybody interested in an Evora could save lots of money by choosing a 2011 Manual vs a 2013 IPS. I'm talking about new cars on dealer lots. :UK:
 

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I know it serves two different purposes, but it seems anybody interested in an Evora could save lots of money by choosing a 2011 Manual vs a 2013 IPS. I'm talking about new cars on dealer lots. :UK:
The interior on the 2013 is improved over the 2011. I know! I have a 2011 my self. I like my interior just fine. I have done some updates my self, door armrest covers in leather and a dead pedal. If it was my choice I would go for the stick in the earlier car. But that is just me. I would rather have more driver involvement, than interior upgrades .
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I don't understand old stick versus new ISP, other than that ISP didn't come till '12s. 1st I would think buyer settles on stick vs ISP, NA vs S then fined best deal including consideration of older cars.
 
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