When it comes to British sports cars, one name that pops into all of our minds is Lotus. The company is famous for just a handful of models, and we love how they have not confused us by coming up with many new ones.
Those models in question are the Elan, Elise, Esprit and Europa. The company is based in Norfolk, England on an old World War II airfield. What people love about these cars is that they are not overly complicated and has one purpose in mind, and that is to offer the ultimate driving experience in terms of handling.
Lotus was first formed in 1952 by Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman, which are also the initials in the brand logo. The company had a big presence in F1 back in the day and then started to sell cars to privateer racers and trialists.
It was only in the 70s that they got into road cars with the Lotus Elan Plus Two, and the rest as they say is history.
While these vehicles are well put together there are always going to be issues, such has the recall of several Lotus vehicles towards the end of last year. There was a problem with the oil cooler pipes, which if left unresolved could have caused a fire.
Thankfully, the recall fixed this issue, but we know Lotus owners have other problems they would like to share, which they can do so below.
Lotus UK issues up to February 2017You will find Lotus car recalls insight in 2017 below, thanks to owner reports.
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News on Lotus Car Recalls for the United Kingdom
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