Although formed in 1948 by Colin Chapman, the Lotus Engineering name was first used in 1952, when Chapman began building road cars to supplement his racing ambitions. Success on the racetrack, including six Formula One Championships, boosted Lotus sales, but their decision to supply customers cars that were only part built (to avoid tax) backfired to a certain extent, as they gained a reputation for poor build quality and reliability. Nowadays Lotus has returned to doing what it does well, building lightweight sports cars with an emphasis on performance and this can clearly be seen in the latest range of Lotus cars.
Finance your new Lotus using a PCP (Personal Contract Purchase). Payment is made on a monthly basis directly from your bank account for an agreed period of time – normally between two and four years. Your initial deposit can be anything from 0 to 40%, and your regular payments will be much lower than hire purchase. You can also pay extra to include all your servicing costs and a one off payment can be made for Gap insurance. At the end of the agreed period you either hand your Lotus back, or, if you decide to keep it, you can pay the “balloon payment”, this is the Guaranteed future value (GFV) that is specified when you make the original agreement.
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