LEXUS CT 200H REVIEW
After its local market launch back in March, we rated the Lexus CT 200h pretty highly for its low fuel consumption, value and typically Lexus (read: solid) build quality.
Six months on, and we're about to take another look at the mid-spec model in the CT 200h range. A very long look.
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Over the next three months we'll be driving our CT 200h F Sport just as you would drive it. It will encounter everything from suburban streets to open highways and gravel country roads, and it will most certainly spend a good chunk of its time stuck in traffic.
The occasional blat up a mountain pass won't be out of the question either.
Because it's a hybrid we'll naturally be keeping a close eye on its real-world fuel consumption, but we'll also assess whether that small boot and backseat really is an issue for the typical owner, and if the firmer ride of the F Sport becomes an irritation over time.
We'll also answer any questions that you may have about the CT 200h.
Are there any hybrid myths that you'd like debunked? Do you want to know if those DRLs can be switched off? Want us to check if your favourite beverage will fit in the cupholders? Ask us in the comments below and we'll do our best to find out.
Stay tuned til next week, when we'll have our first update on our Lexus CT 200h long-termer.
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