Lotus Exige S2
With the S Works long gone and no 'everyday' replacement on the horizon, I've been relying on the Exige almost exclusively of late. Much as I'd like to say that this involves pre-dawn B-road thrashes and heroic European adventures, the truth is I've done some pretty mundane journeys to Evo Towers, a few unlikely shopping trips to Waitrose (surprisingly you can get a good half-dozen bags wedged securely in the boot) and a 170-mile round trip trip to Hethel to see the Exige's bigger, badder Lotus Sport brothe
|Date acquired||October 2004|
|Costs this month||£0|
|Mileage this month||565|
|MPG this month||28.5|
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