(PRWEB UK) 4 October 2012
Always fancied a Lexus but been daunted by the benefit-in-kind emissions tax? Well now you can drive a Lexus CT 200h luxury hatchback with a sub-90g/km rating.
Lexus has broadened the hybrid CT 200h range with the introduction a new entry-point S grade, making the CT 200h accessible to even more customers, but without compromising the sophistication and advanced technologies that distinguish all Lexus model, according to the company. The reduced CO2 emissions at 87g/km have been achieved with the fitting of new 15-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and a larger rear spoiler.
Some small equipment changes have been made with the realignment of the CT 200h grade structure. Premier (replacing SE-L Premier) gains a DAB digital tuner and electric front passenger seat adjustment. F Sport adds an electric passenger seat control plus Smart Entry and Start. Luxury (replacing SE-L) adds power-folding door mirrors and Smart Entry and Start. And SE (replacing SE-I) benefits from power-folding door mirrors. All these models come with a revised front armrest with additional soft padding.
The satellite navigation system available as an option for SE, Luxury and F Sport models and standard on the Premier grade now comes with a DAB digital tuner and single-disc DVD player.
The 2013 Lexus CT200h is available to order now with customer deliveries from 1 November. On-the-road prices are: CT 200h S – £21,995; CT 200h SE – £23,995; CT 200h Luxury – £25,995; CT 200h F Sport – £27,995; CT 200h Premier – £30,995.
The Lexus Hybrid Drive full hybrid powertrain gives all CT 200h sub-100g/km CO2 emissions, giving company car drivers tax saving advantages. Check out how much tax by using our company car tax calculator.