Lotus Exige Models and Exige History

In 2006, the long awaited Lotus Exige arrived in the U.S., boasting a desirable hard top version of the popular Lotus Elise. If offered the same design, features and functions, and was powered by a 1.8-liter Inline four-cylinder engine that was rated at 190 horsepower. In 2007, Lotus added the Exige S to the fleet, flaunting a supercharged version of their popular compact roadster. It featured 30 more horsepower and 27 more pound-feet of torque, offering 220 horsepower overall and 165 pound-feet of torque. In 2008, Lotus discontinued the base model and introduced the more capable Exige S, which offered 240 horsepower. A new gauge cluster was introduced during this model year, too, as was a new trip computer. The only notable change for the 2009 model year was the discontinuation of the Exige S, replaced by the S 260. The Exige S 260 would be discontinued in 2010, with the S 240 being the remaining trim level. It featured a newly redesigned front side and a more enhanced rear wing. Ohlins dampers debuted on this model, offered in the Track Pack package.

New and Used Exige Prices, Lotus Exige Model Years and History

More aggressive looking than the Elise, the 2010 Lotus Exige comes in only one trim.
Unrivaled handling and blistering speed mark the 2009 Lotus Exige, an edgy-styled ultra-high-performance sports coupe for top car enthusiasts.
The 2008 Lotus Exige is a two-door sports car designed for high-performance thrills and adds two new trims to the lineup, the S 240 and the S Club Racer.
Upgraded with a supercharger now, the 2007 Lotus Exige sports coupe is even more focused on performance and a raw, exciting driving experience.
The 2006 Lotus Exige is a two-passenger sports coupe that means serious business out on the race track but can also be driven normally around town.