2011 Lexus CT 200hRon H - Hillsborough, NJ12/10/2015
I average 40m per gallon in this car! It's fast enough for me (you just need to get used to the acceleration and braking which is less responsive that has-powered vehicles but you get used to it quickly). If you are a large/tall driver it is still possible to enjoy the experience, but you will be snug into the cockpit for sure. Not much rear space for passengers. Interior is beautiful and feels like real leather. The car feels solidly built and that's a plus. It's my first luxury car experience and I enjoy it over any car I've had in the past. Love the locking mechanism on the doors and hatchback- swipe your hand under the handle with the key in your pocket and the car opens up. Very cool. great on the environment.
Review from veteran CT200h owner
2011 Lexus CT 200hDoug C - Orlando, FL07/15/2015
As most already know, this is Lexus' version of the Toyota Prius, so very similar in many ways but at the same time different as well. First of all, this Lexus hybrid gets the best fuel economy out of all Lexus models (43/40 city/highway). Second, the vehicle is lightweight and powered by a 1.8 L I4 motor which produces 134 hp built on a eCVT-i transmission. This is how the hybrid gets its performance while at the same time conserving fuel usage via regenerative braking technology and reduced wear-and-tear on the engine/mechanical components. Finally, the CT200h is built with a nickel-metal hydride battery, meaning the vehicle self-charges just by simple driving and braking, no plug-in needed. Enough talk... see for yourself the CT200h!
LOVE THIS CAR!
2013 Lexus ES 300hDee Pisani - Rancho Murieta, CA12/04/2015
Although I loved the fuel economy of the Prius I wanted more comfort because I'm on the road for long periods of time, yet I still wanted the fuel economy. When I saw this Lexus I fell in love with the style, interior, bamboo steering wheel, and the way it drove. I also was happy that it was a hybrid because I was use to great gas mileage with my Prius. While I have been happy with the gas economy I certainly hoped it would be a tad better than the 38.9 that I've gotten, thus the 4 stars. I suppose most people who purchase a Lexus don't worry about the fuel economy.......just thought because its a hybrid it would get at least 42 mpg.......other than that, this car is so comfortable. This car has plenty of pep and so much comfort!
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