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Introduced in 1976, the Lotus Esprit was produced until 2004 and went through many changes. The Citroen transaxle that had been fitted on the previous Lotus Esprit models since the model introduction in 1976 was replaced in 1989 by a Renault unit. The car’s performance increased significantly that year, thanks to improvements made on the exhaust and turbocharger. The US trim 1989 Lotus Esprit could produce 228 hp. The Lotus Esprit Turbo SE was also introduced in the middle of 1989. The car was equipped with a liquid-to-air intercooler that boosted the horsepower up to 264 continuously, and 280 intermittently. The exterior design integrated a new rear spoiler, a larger front spoiler and sills.
Looking to purchase a classic Lotus?
Should you be in the market for a 1989 Lotus Esprit, finding the right example can be difficult. The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to help you. First, their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a large inventory of classic cars. Browse their online inventory to view the current models of classic Lotus for sale and don’t hesitate to call the team if you can’t see what you’re looking for. The staff is regularly adding new models of classics of all makes, models and conditions, to grow their collection. Moreover, thanks to many years of experience in the classic car industry, the experts of the team have contact with owners, sellers, mechanics, Lotus clubs and many other Lotus specialists worldwide. Ask the team for their help finding your dream 1989 Lotus Esprit at the right value. Second, the team regularly shares tips and advice on how to make a smart transaction. For one, they’ll recommend a pre-purchase inspection by a classic Lotus expert before making a decision.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to ask for more recommendations and to find out about their availabilities on 1989 Lotus Esprit models. The friendly staff is looking forward to speaking with you soon. Connect soon!
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