PRICES & SPECIFICATIONS

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CT 200h

1.8 litre Hybrid
from: £25,150.00

  

  
    CT 200h CT

Powered by Lexus Hybrid Drive, the CT 200h seamlessly combines an advanced 1.8-litre Atkinson Cycle petrol engine with a high output electric motor.

Acceleration 0-62 mph (s) 10.3
CO2 combined (g/km) 97
Combined mpg (l/100km) 67.3 (4.2)
DIN hp / kW 136 / 100
  • CT 200h

    F SPORT

    
  

  
    CT 200h F SPORT
    Base price from £27,150.00
    • Lexus Safety Systems+
    • Drive mode select system
    • Dual zone climate control air conditioning system
    • Auto-dimming interior rear-view mirror
    • F SPORT Seats - Fabric/Tahara* upholstery
    • DAB Radio
    • Lexus Media Display with 6 speakers, 7" display screen, 1-CD and rotary dial controller
    • Lexus Navigation with full European map capability
    • Dark Premium Metallic 17" F SPORT alloy wheels (215/45R17 87W)
    • Parking sensor (rear only)
    • Rear privacy glass
    • F SPORT exterior styling (Consisting of Black metallic mesh grille, Black lower fog light bezel, Front and rear bumpers, Large Rear spoiler with air ducts, Exterior badging, Black Mirror covers)
    
  

  
    CT 200h F SPORT
    Base price from £27,150.00
  • CT 200h

    Takumi

    
  

  
    CT 200h Takumi
    Base price from £31,250.00
    • Lexus Safety Systems+
    • Drive mode select system
    • Dual zone climate control air conditioning system
    • Leather upholstery
    • DAB Radio
    • Lexus Premium Navigation
    • Mark Levinson® sound system with 13 speakers
    • 17" alloy wheels (215/45R17 87W)
    • LED low beam headlights with AHB
    • Heated, auto-folding, auto-dimming outside mirrors with memory function, reverse tilt function, turn indicators and puddle light
    • Parking sensors, 2 x front and 4 x rear
    • Rear privacy glass
    
  

  
    CT 200h Takumi
    Base price from £31,250.00

WLTP

From 1 September 2017, certain new vehicles will be type-approved using the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which is a new, more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

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