I'd say it's a few things.Lotus should be even more appealing because of the reliability and low maintenance costs. Don't know why more people aren't buying.
There was a dealer in Memphis awhile back but it was so crappy that you should be thankful there are none.I'd say it's a few things.
- Because of the lack of horsepower.... Sounds silly, I know. But all other exotics make at least 400+ HP. And when you can buy Mustangs, Corvettes, Challengers, Chargers, Camaros, etc with 400+ hp for less than an Evora, most people who could afford one will choose the American.
- Because of lack of dealers/availability. When MOST people have never seen one in person (myself included until I bought mine), it makes it a hard sell.
None of these matter to me (and I imagine to most of us who own one) anyway. I'd rather they keep it a niche market. Just wish there was a dealership in Nashville or here in Memphis.... sigh.
LOL - I've heard the one in St. Louis may not be much better..... Another problem with owning a car with such a small ownership. It's fine if you live in California or the Northeast but anywhere else seems to be a crap shoot.There was a dealer in Memphis awhile back but it was so crappy that you should be thankful there are none.
Low maintenance cost?!? I hate to beat a dead horse....but if a new clutch costs $6K.........Lotus should be even more appealing because of the reliability and low maintenance costs. Don't know why more people aren't buying.
So you think it's just a bumper job, huh? - Rennlist Discussion ForumsI WISH I liked Caymans....or Vettes
So you think it's just a bumper job, huh? - Rennlist Discussion Forums
My brother has a new 911 convertible and just got rear ended. That isn't his car, but he sent me the link because he was reading about how the new 911s are very susceptible to major damage from minor rear end accidents. $30,000 repair job from what looks like a relatively minor thing.