Lexus Ct 200h owners manuals
- Noisy when paired with the CVT
- No space for taller riders in the rear
- Limited stirring acceleration
- Baggage space is average for a hatchback
- Remote Touch technology interface not user friendly
The Lexus CT 200h is a hybrid electric premium hatchback built by Lexus. The CT is based on the Toyota Prius powertrain and Toyota MC platform body and is the prime luxury hatchback hybrid. It is the first model in Lexus's family to include the "Spindle Grille" design as viewed in its fascia.
It was introduced in 2010 at the Geneva Auto Show, half-year after the LF-Ch concept vehicle was presented. Primary sold to the European market is being marketed globally. It debuted to North American markets in 2010 at the New York International Auto Show. Lexus has trademarked the titles CT 200h, CT 300h, and CT 400h.
Named the model code A10, the CT is identified as the ZWA10. "CT" holds for "Creative Touring" and "200h" relates to the hybrid performance of a 2.0-liter engine. Still, some Lexus merchants use the name, "Compact Touring".
The Lexus CT200h is available in one trim and is powered by a hybrid system composed of a 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and a pair of electric motor/generators. The total output delivered is 134 horsepower, which is sent to the front wheels through a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).
Lexus Ct 200h known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Lexus Ct 200h are: