Selling your Lotus Evora?
Here are some highlights to give you a better idea:
Fastest to sell
Buyers tend to buy low end trim levels such as the Evora 2+2 and Evora
Most in-demand color
If your Evora is in Ardent Red, you’re in a good position. Red Lotus Evora are sold the quickest
Miles / Year
Lotus Evora owners drive an average of 2,267 miles per year
The most searched for Evora are models from 2011 to 2014
Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe
Most popular cross-shopped model
People that buy the Lotus Evora also shop for the Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe
The easiest Evora to sell is the Evora 2+2 in Ardent Red color
How Much Is My Lotus Evora Worth?
People are buying Evora from 2010 until the latest model year. Here is the price statistics on used Evora from the last 5 years:
What is my 2010 Lotus Evora worth?
The average price range is $58,000 - $59,900 with a mileage around 14,080 miles
2010 Evora 2+2
$58,000 - $59,900
What is my 2011 Lotus Evora worth?
The average price range is $59,900 - $69,999 with a mileage around 11,227 - 38,250 miles
$59,900 - $63,999
What is my 2012 Lotus Evora worth?
The average price range is $64,995 with a mileage around 14,428 miles
What is my 2013 Lotus Evora worth?
The average price range is $52,991 - $66,900 with a mileage around 4,948 - 54,048 miles
$52,991 - $59,800
2013 Evora 2+2
$52,991 - $66,900
2013 Evora S
$55,900 - $57,997
What is my 2014 Lotus Evora worth?
The average price range is $65,954 with a mileage around 10,962 miles
Where is the best place to sell your old Lotus Evora?
Based on our statistics, the Lotus Evora is in high demand in the following states:
When is the best time to sell Lotus Evora?
Based on our statistics, the best time to sell your Lotus Evora is February and September and the worst time is May and November
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