12 April 2011
90-second verdict

The Lexus CT200h is the company's answer to the BMW 1-series and Audi A3. It uses the same powertrain as the Toyota Prius, offering good economy figures and sub-100g/km of Co2. But can this high-class hybrid really compete with the Germans? Here, Matt Saunders finds out.

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5 February 2013

Posh small hatch with a hybrid drivetrain, which means low emissions, high mpg and small tax bills. SmileThe Lexus CT200h is nicely appointed inside, with plenty of kit for the money. Smile

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