2011 Lotus Elise car review

RECOGNISE were given the soon to be released Lotus Elise for 24 hours to check out its improved fuel efficiency, performance and styling. Watch and find out how the punchy 1.6 engine performed.

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Lotus Elise : Car Review
http://newcarnet.tv It's now 15 years since Lotus introduced the ground breaking, mid-engined Elise. With its bonded, aluminium chassis, it fused cutting edge, lightweight construction with what Lotus does best: superlative handling. A fundamental redesign followed in 2000, and then another refresh of the styling last year coinciding with a new engine for this entry-level model. Check out the latest car reviews, motoring news and international motor show coverage at http://newcarnet.co.uk





Lotus Elise drive review by autocar.co.uk
New Lotus Elise drive review - it's leaner and cleaner, but is it more fun? More pictures, video and a full review at http://www.autocar.co.uk/CarReviews/FirstDrives/Lotus-Elise-1.6-S/248917/





Is the Lotus Elise overpriced?
The entry level 2017 Elise Sport is now over £32,000 - and that's for a car with 134bhp and where even a stereo is optional. Given the type of performance cars you can buy for the money, today I'm asking the question - is the Elise overpriced? If you've enjoyed this video, please follow my Instagram, Twitter and Facebook feeds for unique behind-the-scenes features not seen on YouTube! http://www.instagram.com/JayEmmonCars/ http://www.facebook.com/JayEmmonCars/ http://www.twitter.com/JayEmmonCars





Lotus Elise - Concept Introduction
The Elise due for release in 2015 is a sexy, agile beast of a car. Finally the Elise comes of age. Aesthetically it's definitely pleasing to the eye, it's bold directional body gives you subtle hints of the Elise of old so it still seems a touch familiar but at the same time, it couldn't be more different. Perhaps a small example of how the car has changed would help. Aside from strong graphic styling, the practicality of the car has had a major overhaul too with sizeable improvements made to the ingress and egress -- in simple terms, no more acrobatics but still all the fun you expect from the Elise. TheAutoChannel.com has the full story on the new Lotus.




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