2015 Lexus CT 200h price and specification

Lexus has unveiled prices and specifications for the 2015 Lexus CT 200h. The full hybrid luxury hatchback promises significant price reductions, increased kit, and attractive finance options.

See also:
Lexus CT 200h review
New Lexus CT 200h: Chika Kako interview
Lexus CT 200h: Art of Noise

Lexus CT 200h finance offers and deals

The 2015 CT 200h range is available from £21,245 for the entry level S model, while business users can purchase the CT 200h S from just £219 a month through Lexus Business Drive contract hire*.

As well as an attractive price, the CT 200h has low running costs. CO2 emissions across the range fall below the magic 100g/km barrier, which means owners won’t have to pay VED road tax, and business users will pay the lowest band for benefit-in-kind taxation, at 10 per cent for the first year. Official combined cycle consumption figures are 78.5mpg for the S grade, and 68.9mpg for the other models in the range.

The CT line-up comprises S, SE, Advance, Luxury, Sport, F Sport and Premier grades, with each benefiting from new equipment features and options.

Advance models come with parking sensors, heated front seats and the new, fully integrated Lexus Navigation system as standard. The Sport model differentiates itself externally with a black front spindle grille, door mirror casings and a rear diffuser, plus 17-inch black alloys, while Premier grade cars feature new aluminium scuff plates and LED front fog lamps.

Inside, on board technology has taken a step forward, with the instrument binnacle now available with an integral 4.2-inch TFT screen. This can be linked to the car’s multimedia system and controlled using steering wheel-mounted controls. The second generation Remote Touch Interface controller has been revised with a push-action command switch.

The Lexus Media Display and Lexus Premium Navigation systems have been made easier to operate with better hands-free and voice recognition functions. The display can be operated using a new controller mounted on the centre console.

In a world first, bamboo has been used in the car’s sound system, as part of a range of measures to improve sound quality. Bamboo fibre, plant opal and charcoal are used in an injection moulding process to create the industry’s thinnest loudspeaker diaphragm, giving noticeably better sound reproduction.

There’s a fresh range of insert colours and combinations available for the centre console, while the door panel inserts have been reworked with new a upholstery and stitching design.

Rounding off the changes is a series of dynamic tweaks, which ensure that the 2015 CT 200h is even better to drive than before. The suspension has been revised, the aerodynamics enhanced, and greater noise suppression measures have been taken, ensuring optimal refinement. Furthermore, the hybrid drive system’s transmission control has been remapped to allow a more linear build-up of engine revs.

Further information on the 2015 CT 200h is available on the designated section of the Lexus UK website.

* Terms and conditions may apply, for full details please visit the designated section of the Lexus UK website.

See also:
Lexus CT 200h review
New Lexus CT 200h: Chika Kako interview
Lexus CT 200h: Art of Noise


    1. Hi Clive
      Yes it does if you choose the optional premium navigation, this comes with a rear reversing camera. Hope this helps.

  1. Just had a test drive, and after having a CT for the past 3 years I can confirm that the ride is definitely improved and that the new tweaks have made quite a significantly better driving experience, I have ordered a new one on this basis..

    1. Hi IMP
      Thanks for your post and it is great to receive this feedback about the driving experience, particularly as you have been CT owner for the past three years.
      Comments we receive are used to help improve our products in the future, in line with our principles of Kaizen (constant improvement). It would be good to hear what you think when you take delivery of your new CT so please let us know and post again on our Blog.
      Thanks again.

      1. Yes I know all about Kaizen World Class Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement etc.

        As I said the hard suspension is my gripe about the CT I have now, although I have to say I compared it (maybe unfairly) to my previous cars i.e. The Lexus 220 D which I had previously of which was very quiet and comfortable inside the car, and a Honda Accord Automatic before that again that was a lovely car to ride in, so I knew I had to compromise a bit to get the economy and run a smaller car, but hopefully with the new CT I will get the in between compromise that I am looking for..

          1. I have now had the car and am very pleased with it, as I already knew the improvements to the suspension/sound proofing etc. are very good, there is also a better feel to the all round driving experience of this new model, that’s not to say the previous was not good, this is just better, continuous improvement is what it is all about.

            One small gripe is the text messaging facility on the car does not seem to work with the i-phone 5 unless anyone can tell me any different.

          2. Hi IMP
            Thanks for your post.
            We do appreciate your feedback now you have taken delivery and the areas of improvement which you have noticed. This is very much the case of continuous improvement (Kaizen). With regard to your phone query have you changed the settings on the phone to show notifications?
            Let us know and we can run past technical.

          3. Hi IMP
            Just had some further follow up from the tech team regarding your phone query. They have confirmed that this function will not work on our system. To see the full list and phone compatibility you can go to http://www.lexus-tech.eu. Select the customer tab and then Bluetooth.
            Hope this helps.

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