Improved value for Caterham
Caterham Seven Roadsport SV 120
16th January, 2011
Due to the current strength of the Australian Dollar versus
the British Pound, it has become possible to substantially reduce the prices of the 2011 Caterham model
In fact, for the entry level Caterham Seven Roadsport SV 120 model, it is now possible to “drive-away”
for under $60,000!
The 2011 price reductions range from over $10,000 for the Roadsport SV 120 model (-16%) to over $7,000
for the R300 model, where the standard specification has been increased.
The new Manufacturer's List Prices (MLP) are as follows:
Roadsport SV 120 $54,480*
Roadsport SV 175 $73,510*
Superlight SV R300 $85,355*
CSR 175 $85,435*
The technical specifications and options remain the same as before, except for the following:
Caterham Seven CSR 175
· All models now run Euro 5 compliant engines.
· The Superlight SV R300 model features the following specification upgrades, which are now included
in the standard price:
o Limited slip differential
o Dry sump lubrication system
o Tonneau cover
o Carbon fibre front guards
o Aero whisker
o Track day roll-over bar
o Battery isolation switch
The Caterham driving experience can now be enjoyed from $59,990 ‘drive-away’ from the Melbourne showroom
of Caterham Cars Australia. Interstate orders are price quoted individually.
As before, the two Roadsport models are oriented towards fun driving on the road, whereas the Superlight
model is a more hard core model for enthusiasts having an eye on track days and motor sport.
The flagship CSR model is the ultimate evolution of the Caterham Seven, with its in-board front
suspension and fully independent rear suspension providing improved ride comfort and better traction on
Caterham Cars Limited took over the manufacturing rights of the Lotus Seven in 1973 and has been evolving
the Seven ever since.
The longevity of the Seven is testament to the fun factor in the driving experience that any Caterham
offers an enthusiastic driver.
With the Lotus Seven being the founder of the ‘clubman’ genre in 1957, the Caterham Seven remains the
original and it is a car many believe to be the best of its kind.
NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price/s (MLP) exclude options, dealer delivery/preparation fees and
state/territory government statutory charges. Additionally, all prices, fees and charges are subject to
change without notice.