Lotus – UK Recalls Summary
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Lotus UK Recalls by Model


Recent Lotus UK Recalls

30/11/2018

LOTUS EVORA (2018) - STEERING COLUMN CARTRIDGE SCREW REQUIRES TIGHTENING

LOTUS EVORA (26/03/2018 – 02/10/2018) RECALL: Assembly error involving the steering column that may affect crash behaviour. ...
29/09/2016

LOTUS ELISE - REDUCTION OF BRAKING EFFICIENCY

LOTUS ELISE ( 14/03/2016 –  28/09/2016) DEFECT:  An error in production of the brake master cylinder may cause a reduction in braking efficiency. ...
15/11/2014

LOTUS ELISE - RISK OF FIRE

LOTUS ELISE ( 23/09/2004 –  17/01/2011) DEFECT:  The oil cooler pipes may detach from their fittings and deposit oil in the engine compartment on the road/tyres which can lead to in ...

If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with a Lotus UK dealer or workshop that’s been officially authorised to perform repairs on behalf of the manufacturer.


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Latest EU Rapex Lotus Recalls

  • Lotus Evora (2018)
    on 23/11/2018

    The cartridge that enables the partial collapse of the steering column in a crash might not work as expected due to an incorrectly tightened screw. This could […]

  • Lotus Elise (2016)
    on 28/10/2016

    Due to incompatible parts in the brake master cylinders, the brakes could be blocked, increasing the risk of an accident and injury to the vehicle occupants. […]

  • Lotus Evora S (2010 – 2011)
    on 02/11/2012

    A flexible section of the hose that forms part of the oil pipe assembly to the engine may be defective. The engine mounted oil feed pipe can rupture resulting […]

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