For Posh small hatch with a hybrid drivetrain, which means low emissions, high mpg and small tax bills. The Lexus CT200h is nicely appointed inside, with plenty of kit for the money.
Against Dreadful ride quality and lifeless steering take the edge off reasonable handling. Hybrid powertrain lacks poke, while the whiney stepless CVT auto gets tiring when you accelerate hard.
The Lexus CT200h is a nice idea, and the numbers stack up, but the driving experience really lets the car down. The harsh ride and poor refinement just aren’t good enough. However, you get top-notch build and customer service, low running costs and a premium image.
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Every version of the CT200h uses the same hybrid system, so the only decision you have to make is which model to go for.
We haven’t driven the entry-level S version yet, but because it has smaller wheels than the rest of the range, it also has lower emissions and fuel consumption. We’re hoping the smaller wheels make the ride a little less punishing, too.
The S also has all the kit you really need, and it’s thousands cheaper than the next trim up. That’s why we can confidently say that it’s the version to go for.
Lexus dealers will have to keep pace with BMW and Audi discounts, so aim for a strong four-figure sum.
I simply don't understand some of the reveiws this car receives. It's not a sports car and your driving style needs adjusting to get the best out of…
I've owned the car for 3 months and am really enjoying it. I've found the body / build integrity to be excellent, it is very quiet and I really enjoy…
Rubbish. its so slow and boring. The "leather " seats are fake leather, the battery only works at approx 0-15mph and is empty after about two miles, I…
I read other reviews and wonder if they are writing about the same car as I drive. I find the CT200h quiet, comfortable and beautifully built, with…
The best version of the CT, but if your heart isn’t set on the Lexus, there are many rivals that you’ll enjoy more.