Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has recently introduced the updated version of the CT200h in Australia, where the model in question is now available to order from 39,990 AUD.
The refreshed version of the Lexus CT200h is currently keeping its existing price of 39,990 AUD in the Pacific country as the car manufacturer has recently announced. The Lexus CT200h Luxury which is now the base version has received items such as the 10-speaker audio system, the rearview camera, the rain sensing wipers, the Remote Touch controller or the 16-inch alloy wheels. If you’re interested in some optionals, there are enhancement packs to choose from, ranging between 3,250 and 9,750 AUD.
Some of the goodies available for some extra cash include the satellite navigation system, the heated seats, the leather accented upholstery, the front fog lights or the larger 17-inch alloy wheels. Lexus can also add the EP1 plus digital radio, the moonroof, the self dimming interior mirror or the Enform navigation assistant. Power is being provided by a 1.8 liter four-cylinder hybrid powertrain which is burning just 4.1 liters of fuel, every 100 km, in a combined cycle. The CT200h is more expensive than its non-hybrid competitors such as the A3, the A-Class or the 1-Series.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 - filed under Lexus
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