Lexus Announces Pricing for 2011 CT 200hPosted on December 15th, 2010
New compact hybrid priced below $30,000Today Lexus announced that pricing for its new compact hybrid, the CT 200h, begins at $29,120. Pricing does not include the $875 delivery charge. Lexus hopes that the new model- the least expensive hybrid in the Lexus line-up- will attract buyers moving up from Toyota’s best-selling Prius.
The CT 200h uses similar gasoline/electric hybrid technology to the Prius: EPA estimated fuel economy is 43/40 mpg city/highway. Drivers can opt for one of four driving modes depending on the situation: a low-speed all-electric mode, eco, normal and sport. The eco mode extends fuel economy while the sport mode modifies the throttle and steering response for more aggressive performance.
Lexus offers seven option packages for the CT. There are three audio packages, beginning with an upgrade for cars equipped with the optional navigation system. The navigation system costs $2445, while the audio upgrade adds $1100 to the MSRP.
A premium audio system for cars without navigation adds a compass in the rearview mirror ($1125). A premium audio system which includes a rearview backup camera costs $1475.
Buyers who want to upgrade the standard cloth upholstery can add a $1330 leather package. An available electro-chromatic mirror contains a small rearview camera display ($550).
Dynamic laser cruise control with pre-collision enables drivers to maintain a pre-determined following distance from the vehicle in front, stretching fuel economy in dense traffic ($1500). LED headlamps enhance nighttime visibility ($1215).
The newest hybrid in the Lexus model line-up rolls into dealerships in March of 2011.
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