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LOTUS EVORA RECALLS - (7 Recalls Found)

Since 1977, LOTUS has issued a total of 61 car recalls worldwide. Of those recalls, 7 have been for the LOTUS EVORA starting in 2012. This accounts for less than 1.0% of the 36050 car recalls issued by the NHTSA since 1966. The EVORA accounts for about 11.5% of all the LOTUS recalls issued since 1977. Compared to other car manufacturers, LOTUS ranks #50 in overall number of recalls issued by a car maker.

Please keep in mind these numbers are for statistical purposes only & do not necessarily reflect the quality of the LOTUS EVORA or LOTUS itself. These figures are based only on the number of recalls issued and NOT the total number of vehicles affected by a particular recall.

Find your LOTUS EVORA listed below. Results are sorted year from newest to oldest. Select the desired LOTUS EVORA to view the complete recall details. Information provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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View LOTUS EVORA Recalls Below ↓
2018 Recalls ↓

2018 LOTUS EVORA Recall - STEERING

Problem: Lotus Cars Limited (Lotus) is recalling certain 2018 Lotus Evora vehicles. Due to an assembly error, in the event of a frontal collision, the steering column may not properly collapse to absorb some of the impact energy.Recall Details - 11/6/2018

2018 LOTUS EVORA Recall - STRUCTURE

Problem: Lotus Cars USA, Inc. (Lotus) is recalling certain 2017-2018 Evora vehicles. The toe board in the passenger footwell lacks stiffness, allowing the knee of an unbelted occupant to contact the rigid structure of the vehicle, in the event of a crash. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 208, "Occupant Crash Protection." Recall Details - 4/2/2019
2017 Recalls ↓

2017 LOTUS EVORA Recall - STRUCTURE

Problem: Lotus Cars USA, Inc. (Lotus) is recalling certain 2017-2018 Evora vehicles. The toe board in the passenger footwell lacks stiffness, allowing the knee of an unbelted occupant to contact the rigid structure of the vehicle, in the event of a crash. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 208, "Occupant Crash Protection." Recall Details - 4/2/2019
2013 Recalls ↓

2013 LOTUS EVORA Recall - EQUIPMENT:OTHER:LABELS

Problem: Lotus Cars is recalling certain model year 2013 Evora vehicles manufactured September 2012 through November 2012. These vehicles have been granted a temporary exemption from the requirement to conform to the latest passenger side advanced air bag requirements covered by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208, "Occupant Crash Protection," but the affected vehicles do not a contain temporary exemption label in accordance with 49 CFR 555.9. Additionally, the affected vehicles have the incorrect date of manufacture on the Federal Certification Label. Recall Details - 5/21/2013
2011 Recalls ↓

2011 LOTUS EVORA Recall - ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:COOLING SYSTEM:HOSE

Problem: Lotus Cars USA, Inc. is recalling certain model year 2011 Evora supercharged vehicles equipped with a manual transmission and manufactured September 2010 through September 2011. The engine oil cooler hose may chafe and rupture resulting in oil loss.Recall Details - 7/16/2013

2011 LOTUS EVORA Recall - ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE

Problem: Lotus Cars USA, Inc. (Lotus) is recalling certain model year 2008-2011 Elise and Exige vehicles manufactured from November 2007 to July 2011, and 2011 Evora vehicles manufactured September 2010 through September 2011. The oil cooler hose may detach from its fitting.Recall Details - 5/27/2014

2011 LOTUS EVORA Recall - ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

Problem: Lotus is recalling certain model year 2011 Evora supercharged vehicles manufactured from February 2011 through September 2011, equipped with a three-piece oil feed pipe with a flexible hose section. This engine mounted oil feed pipe, used to supply oil to the engine cylinder head, can rupture.Recall Details - 10/1/2012
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