2002 Lotus EliseReview
Elise Not Great — Driving Day: the only convertible and lightweight with good bhp gave better power to weight ratio vs the other cars there but it just didn't deliver and was outclassed. Everyone's last choice I think as the engine just wasn't punchy enough, esp after driving the RS4! Not a car I'd choose to own esp for daily driving.
Pros: Power to weight ratio
Cons: Not fast enough
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