High-value Sport model leads new 2017 Lexus CT range

Lexus has revised its CT 200h range for the 2017 model year, introducing more choice with a reprofiled Sport version and new Executive Edition grade, plus new equipment features and options across the board.


The result is even greater customer appeal from the market’s first full hybrid luxury hatchback. In addition to Lexus quality and comfort, the CT 200h continues to provide exceptionally cost-efficient performance, with CO2 emissions from a tax-beating 82g/km (CT 200h S).

The new range is on sale now.

New Sport specification

The CT 200h Sport has a refocused specification that helps bring this stylish version to a wider customer base. While the new Sport may have a simplified standard equipment list, it still delivers strongly in terms of buyer appeal with features such as a reversing camera, Lexus Navigation, rear privacy glass and matching black 17-inch alloy wheels, mirror housings and spindle grille (mesh and frame).


These are in addition to the impressive list of standard features, which includes eight airbags, a six-speaker audio system with Bluetooth, DAB reception, CD player and Remote Touch rotary controller, USB port, shark fin roof antenna, push-button start, dual-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers and Lexus’s Drive Mode Select, which allows the driver to adjust the car’s performance to suit their personal choice or the driving conditions.


For those who want to add more to their Lexus, the Sport Plus pack option shown in these images adds parking sensors, smart (keyless) entry, heated front seats, sunroof, and the choice of metallic or dual-tone paint finishes for £2,500.


New Executive Edition grade

The CT 200h gains a new Executive Edition model which comes richly equipped, featuring 17-inch dark smoked grey alloy wheels, cruise control, reversing camera, supple Tahara upholstery and Lexus Navigation, in addition to the standard model features detailed above.

F Sport options

The CT 200h F Sport can be specified with leather seat upholstery – a choice which opens up the further options of Lexus Premium Navigation and a sunroof. The price of Lexus Premium Navigation has been reduced by £345 to £1,650, reflecting the fact that a reversing camera is now a standard feature on all CT models bar the entry-level S grade.

New colours and upholsteries

The exterior paint choice for the CT 200h have been updated with new Copper Brown and Sky Blue metallic shades and the option of Sonic Titanium on all models. The two-tone paint finish remains exclusive to Sport models, with a choice of Deep Blue, Sky Blue, Mercury Grey, Fuji Red, Sonic White and Sonic Titanium in combination with a Velvet Black roof.


The CT 200h Advance can be specified with new Red or Ocean Blue fabric, with the same shades also newly available for the F Sport model, in combination with supple Tahara upholstery material.

2017 Lexus CT 200h prices

CT 200h S£21,995
CT 200h Executive Edition£23,745
CT 200h Sport£23,745
CT 200h Advance£24,995
CT 200h Luxury£25,495
CT 200h F Sport£26,245
CT 200h Premier£29,995


  1. I have just purchased a 2017 CT Executive and I’m disappointed with it. It has a very hard ride, no heated steering wheel, no rain sensing wipers, no auto dimming mirror and I have to use the key buttons to lock and unlock the doors. My 2016 Prius had rain sensing wipers, a far better ride, an auto dimming mirror and a sliding roof. Why is the Lexus so poorly equipped?

    1. Hello John,
      We are sorry to hear that you are disappointed with your CT.
      Were you given the opportunity to test drive the vehicle before you purchased it?

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