Early 400 - options

Early 400 - options

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BertBert

Original Poster:

13,923 posts

167 months

Wednesday 24th June
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blueg33 said:
If I like the car I am testing on Friday, my S will be for sale, although someone has already expressed interest.
Looks very nice! PM me if you can to share the details? Else we'll get closed down by the mods for being naughty!

gm77

88 posts

76 months

Friday 26th June
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I would definitely test drive both a 400 and an S. I found there were quite a few differences that were important to me. Ingress, offset pedals, ride, visibility of instrumentation, and most importantly, the noise. The premium for a 400 was worth it to me but I get why others may think differently.

Greg

gareth h

2,328 posts

186 months

Thursday 2nd July
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For me the 400 exhaust was worth the premium alone, I did test drive a 410 and 430 and felt the suspension upgrades on both incrementally improved the cars composure (upgraded bilsteins/ springs on the 410 and 3 way Ohlins on the 430) , if I’d kept the 400 it would have had Ohlins fitted, but I missed having a convertible and am back in an Exige.

rootsandculture

68 posts

41 months

Tuesday 21st July
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Just had a scoot through the classifieds, I hadn’t realised there were good looking evora 400s being advertised under 50k now. Tempting.

Has anyone more up to date on prices seen them changing hands for much lower than that recently?


blueg33

24,025 posts

180 months

Tuesday 21st July
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I’ve been talking to dealers, looks like about £1k movement max on the cheaper 400’s.

ParanoidAndroid

1,299 posts

239 months

Tuesday 21st July
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blueg33 said:
I’ve been talking to dealers, looks like about £1k movement max on the cheaper 400’s.
Did you decide what to go for in the end? Staying with Lotus?

blueg33

24,025 posts

180 months

Wednesday 22nd July
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ParanoidAndroid said:
blueg33 said:
I’ve been talking to dealers, looks like about £1k movement max on the cheaper 400’s.
Did you decide what to go for in the end? Staying with Lotus?
My potential buyer turned out to be less serious than I thought so I have now advertised my car.

I am 50/50 either a 410 sport which is the rational choice or a 360 Modena which is heart ruling head as I have always wanted a Ferrari. As a sports car the Lotus is better in all ways apart from the engine, the Ferrari V8 is hard to trump.