Lexus CT 200h UK Spec

As the sales of the all-new CT 200h hybrid begins in the United Kingdom, Lexus releases one more time detailed specs of the car in its every trim so customer get a firm grasp of what they’re about to buy.

The CT 200h is a game changing car for the Japanese car maker. It is their first ever take on the hatchback segment and came all premium with a quality product that offers a much higher level of craftsmanship and equipments you normally expect from a hatchback. And of course it’s a hybrid vehicle and that really sets is apart from the pack.

Now you might be thinking well it’s good but it must be expensive as hell! Not so. With a starting price of £23,485 for the generously-equipped SE-I model the car is actually very well priced and offers plenty of value for money. A fully loaded one will cost £30,635 which is sort of family saloon money but again, it’s a luxury hybrid car packed with features.

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Also you have to take into account tax advantages that a hybrid car like this Lexus offers.

So it’s a fantastic vehicle apart for one thing! The looks. Like all Lexus cars, the CT200h just feels dull and boring. The whole car looks like a big refrigerator specially in white. That is not a big problem for it since people who buy hybrid cars usually don’t really care about style.

If you can live with its looks, the CT 200h is a fabulous car for modern Britain!

Detailed specs:

The Lexus CT 200h is the world’s first full hybrid to be launched in the heart of the premium compact segment. Its technical innovation, style, quality and driver appeal will bring a new and younger customer group to the Lexus brand.

The CT 200h was created with the European market in mind. Its size, packaging and low 94g/km CO2 emissions delivered by its hybrid power system meet many of the prime requirements of a discerning and environmentally aware customer base.

Grade structure, UK market and pricing
The Lexus CT 200h is available in three model grades: SE-I, SE-L and SE-L Premier. A new gateway model for the Lexus range, it is priced from £23,485 on-the-road.

Prices, insurance and VED
The table below sets out the launch on-the-road prices, insurance groups and Vehicle Excise Duty bands for the CT 200h.

CT 200h SE-I £23,485 15E A
CT 200h SE-L £25,200 15E A
CT 200h SE-L Premier £30,635 17E A

Equipment highlights

A high equipment specification is an established quality of all Lexus models and the CT 200h sustains the company’s reputation for a generous tick-list of premium comfort, convenience and safety features.

Across the board, all version of the CT 200h are fitted with alloy wheels – 16 or 17-inch according to customer preference – dual-zone climate control, a USB port and Aux socket for connecting portable music players, Bluetooth for mobile phone connection and audio streaming, front fog lights, automatic wipers and dark-tinted rear privacy glass.

Key equipment features for each grade are shown in the table below.

SE-I SE-L adds SE-L PREMIER adds
16/17in alloy wheels Leather upholstery LED headlamps
USB port Heated front seats Convenience Pack (cruise control and electrochromic rear view mirror)
Active brake lights Front and rear parking sensors Smart Entry and Start
Dual-zone climate control Electric front seat adjustment
Push button start Electrochromic door mirrors
Leather steering wheel trim Mark Levinson 13-speaker audio system
Front fog lights HDD satellite navigation
LED daytime running lights Remote Touch control
Rear privacy glass Rear parking monitor
Rain-sensing wipers

Cost of ownership
The CT 200h’s class-leading cost of ownership profile is underpinned by its low emissions performance, which qualifies it for a zero annual Vehicle Excise duty (road tax) charge, plus the bonus of exemption from the London congestion charge.

The benefits extend to company car drivers, who enjoy the lowest, 10 per cent rating for benefit-in-kind company car tax, and for fleet operators, who earn the advantage of a first-year 100 per cent write down allowance against corporation tax. Factor in the CT 200h’s impressive fuel economy (68.9mpg official combined cycle figure), and designed-in low service, maintenance and repair costs, and you have a package that offers a clear cost advantage over its segment rivals.

Service intervals are annually or at every 10,000 miles, which helps maximise component lifetime. The Lexus Hybrid Drive system is engineered for low maintenance requirements and the hybrid battery is designed to last the lifetime of the car.

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