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The Lexus CT200h was a car compromised from the start – a model tasked with taking on some strong rivals yet ill-prepared by being based on a humble Toyota Prius and a lack of drivetrain options.
The 1.8-litre petrol-electric CT200h comes in three different flavours – the Luxury, the F-Sport as tested here, and the Sport Luxury. The range now kicks off at $40,900 (up $2150) and peaks at $56,900 with the Sport Luxury (up $810).
The CT 200h F SPORT is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine mated to a pair of electric motors. LEXUS HYBRID DRIVE Lexus Hybrid Drive draws power from both electric and petrol motors, resulting in instant torque and surprising acceleration.
Make every trip a road trip in the CT F SPORT. Delivering an even more dynamic driving experience, exclusive F SPORT styling and a sport-tuned suspension, the CT F SPORT makes every journey more exhilarating.
There’s a review of the updated Lexus CT 200h over at the Goodwood Festival of Speed website, and it’s a good reminder of how attractive the hatchback has become in its old age: (Despite its discontinuation here in North America, Lexus did a good job with the CT’s third refresh — that front ...
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The optional F Sport package also received additional black trim, different wheels, and a mesh grille. What We Like: The littlest Lexus is a sharp-looking thing, both inside and out.
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