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Lexus CT200h review - A premium hatchback alternative - Engine and Gearbox

Engine and gearbox

It might not excite, but the CT 200h’s powertrain is unquestionably impressively engineered. It mates an Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder 1.8-litre petrol engine to an electric motor/generator. They can work entirely independently of each other, or together, depending on the driving mode.

The engine’s maximum output is 98bhp, while the electric motor produces 81bhp. Man-maths might have that equating to 179bhp, but the reality is actually a maximum system output at any one time of only 134bhp. Below 28mph the electric motor can provide all the drive, though manage that and you’ll drain the nickel-hydride batteries in just 1.2 miles if you do achieve electric-only motoring around town.

With that large AC synchronous electric motor/generator there’s no need for a starter motor and the electric motor plays the role of electricity generator when it’s not needed, so energy is recuperated during coasting or regenerative braking.

Drivetrain changes in 2014 saw Lexus adapt the e-CVT transmission’s mapping for a more linear relationship between engine revs and road speed, in a bid to make it feel more like a conventional automatic. It was only partly successful though, as that e-CVT still rather wilfully hangs onto revs if you ask for anything more than modest acceleration.

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Lexus CT Features and Specs

Front Bucket Seats -inc: 10-way power driver's seat (fore-aft slide, fore-aft recline, front vertical height, rear vertical height and power lumbar support), 5 separate manually adjustable (up/down) headrests and 4-way manual front passenger's seat (fore-aft slide and fore-aft recline)

Driver Seat

Passenger Seat

60-40 Folding Bench Front Facing Fold Forward Seatback Rear Seat

Manual Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column

Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Tachometer, Traction Battery Level, Power/Regen, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer

Power Rear Windows

Illuminated Front Cupholder

Proximity Key For Doors And Push Button Start

Valet Function

Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter, 2 Door Curb/Courtesy, Illuminated Entry and Panic Button

Remote Releases -Inc: Power Cargo Access and Power Fuel

Cruise Control w/Steering Wheel Controls

Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning

HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts

Illuminated Locking Glove Box

Driver Foot Rest

Interior Trim -inc: Metal-Look Door Panel Insert

Leatherette Door Trim Insert

NuLuxe Seat Material

Day-Night Rearview Mirror

Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors w/Driver And Passenger Illumination

Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage, Mini Overhead Console w/Storage and 1 12V DC Power Outlet

Front Map Lights

Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting

Full Carpet Floor Covering -inc: Carpet Front And Rear Floor Mats

Carpet Floor Trim

Cargo Area Concealed Storage

Roll-Up Cargo Cover

Cargo Space Lights

FOB Controls -inc: Windows

Tracker System

Instrument Panel Bin, Covered Dashboard Storage, Driver And Passenger Door Bins

Power 1st Row Windows w/Front And Rear 1-Touch Up/Down

Delayed Accessory Power

Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature

Systems Monitor

Trip Computer

Outside Temp Gauge

Analog Appearance

Seats w/Leatherette Back Material

Front Center Armrest

2 Seatback Storage Pockets

Perimeter Alarm

Engine Immobilizer

1 12V DC Power Outlet

Air Filtration

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Lexus CT200h Transmission Rebuild

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What is rebuilding a Transmission? Why not replace it?

Let’s start with a more simple question: what is a transmission? But let’s make this short because, honestly, you probably don’t care about the technical details. You care about the role the transmission plays in your car. In short, the transmission manipulates the engine output, to make sure that power is always available to you. The transmission is also responsible for taking the power created by the engine and routing it to the wheels. Pretty important, yeah? There are four primary types of transmissions. Automatics, manuals, continuously variable transmissions (CTVs), and dual-clutch transmissions (DCTs). In general, CTVs and DCTs are not rebuilt, just replaced. So, rebuilding. Not a word you hear a lot with cars, right? But in the case of the transmission, it comes into play. Here’s what happens: the transmission gets taken apart, just like you do with an appliance when it’s not working right. But unlike you and the appliance, the transmission actually gets fixed and put back together in the right order. During a rebuild, the “soft” parts of the automatic transmission are replaced. These are the elements that easily wear with use and friction, like bands, seals, clutch plates, and gaskets. The transmission cooler will be flushed out and replaced, and the filter will be replaced as well. Further damage will be checked for, and replaced as necessary. And then it’s all put back together, by people who actually know what they’re doing. So, why not just replace the transmission? Simple. Sometimes, it’s cheaper to rebuild it. Would you rather spend more money or less money? Thought so.

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Symptoms of a failing Transmission

Difficulty shifting

You take your transmission for granted. It’s natural. Everyone does. You don’t realize how nice it is to have a fully functioning transmission until you don’t have one. If your car has hard shifting, gear slipping, is banging into gears, or has blips of accelerated RPMs without increased speeds, then your transmission isn’t feeling so hot.

Funny noises

If you drive a stickshift, and you hear grinding when you shift gears, you’re either a bad driver, or there’s something wrong with your transmission. You can decide which is worse. If you drive an automatic (don’t worry, only some people are judging you), then you might hear a wildly annoying whining noise from a grumpy transmission.

Check engine light

Your secret isn’t really a secret. We know that you like to ignore that check engine light every time it illuminates. It’s just a little light, right? What’s the worst it can do? Ignore the check engine light at your own peril. Ultimately, it’s lit up because something’s wrong with your car, and no matter how much you try and will it into existence, that reason isn’t magically going away.

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How urgent is a Transmission rebuild?

If you haven’t figured it out by now, the transmission is a critical part of your car. You need a functioning transmission, and driving around with a faulty one can cause serious damage to other parts of your car.

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Lexus CT

Motor vehicle

The Lexus CT 200h (Japanese: レクサス・CT, Rekusasu CT) is a hybrid electric automobile produced by Lexus as a premium compacthatchback. The CT is a luxury hybrid based on the Toyota Prius drivetrain and Toyota MC platform chassis, and is the first luxury compact and hatchback hybrid.[citation needed] It is the first production model in Lexus's family to introduce the "Spindle Grille" design as seen in its fascia. It made its debut at the March 2010 Geneva Auto Show,[4] six months after the unveiling of the LF-Ch concept car; it is primarily targeted at the European market but is being sold worldwide[5] and was introduced to North American markets at the April 2010 New York International Auto Show. Lexus has trademarked the names CT 200h, CT 300h, and CT 400h.[6] The design by Takeshi Tanabe[7] was approved in 2008 and patented on 11 September 2009.[8]

Production began at the end of December 2010 and European sales following shortly after.[9] Japan sales began on 12 January 2011,[10] while US sales began in March 2011.[11] The CT has been discontinued in the US, with the 2017 model year being the last.[12] Sales continue in some other markets.[13]

Designated the model code A10, when fitted with ZR-series petrol engine with hybrid setup, the CT is known as the ZWA10. "CT" stands for "Creative Touring" and "200h" refers to the hybrid performance being equal to that of a conventional 2.0-litre engine.[14] However, some Lexus importers use the backronymic name, "Compact Touring".[15]

Specifications[edit]

The CT 200h is powered by the same 1.8-litre VVT-i four-cylinder petrol engine (Toyota's 2ZR-FXE) as used in the Auris and Prius, producing 73 kW (98 hp) and 142 N⋅m (105 lbf⋅ft) of torque, paired with electric motor/generators in the hybrid drive system; together the engine and electric motors produce up to 100 kW (134 hp) and 207 N⋅m (153 lbf⋅ft) of torque along with an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission. Fuel consumption for the CT 200h is listed at 4.1 L/100 km (57.4 mpg‑US) in Australia.[16]

The CT 200h chassis is based on the Toyota MC platform, which is the same platform used by the Corolla and the Matrix.[17] The Lexus CT 200h features a front MacPherson strut suspension and a rear double wishbone design.[18] The CT 200h has four driving modes Normal, Sport, Eco and EV included on other hybrid drive vehicles. Sport mode modifies the throttle and electric power steering settings, while making the Stability control and traction control less intrusive, maximising the CT200h's performance. EV mode generates zero emissions at the vehicle by using only the vehicles electric motors to drive the vehicle.

Safety features include vehicle stability control (VSC) and eight standard airbags with the options of a pre-collision system with dynamic radar cruise control at extra cost. There is also a Vehicle Proximity Notification System, which uses a low tone to alert pedestrians to the presence of a hybrid motor vehicle, as well as telematic services (Safety Connect in North America).[20]

Facelift[edit]

In 2013, for the 2014 model year, the styling of the CT was refreshed, using Lexus' corporate "Spindle" grille. The second facelift was launched in 2017.

Pre-facelift

First facelift

Second facelift

Market[edit]

Australia[edit]

Standard features on the CT 200h include SmartAccess with push-button Start/Stop and touch sensors on exterior front-door handles, leather steering wheel, a six-speaker, audio system with a CD player, and Bluetooth phone connectivity, iPod connectivity, 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, and dual zone automatic climate control.[21] In Australia, the CT 200h is offered in "Prestige", "Luxury", "F Sport" and "Sport Luxury" specifications. The Luxury, F Sport and Sports Luxury variants add a reversing camera as standard, while the Sports Luxury gains active cruise control and the pre-collision safety system. F Sport models include all the features of the Luxury model, plus sports bumpers, sports side skirts and a large rear spoiler. Interior features of the F Sport are an F Sport steering wheel, sports pedals, scuff plates, instrument panel and privacy glass.

At the 2011 Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne (25–27 March 2011), the Lexus CT 200h was used in the Celebrity Challenge, a one-make, one-off series event held as part of the Grand Prix's weekend attractions. The event, supported by CAMS and sponsored by Lexus Australia, was promoted as the world's first race containing only petrol-electric vehicles.[22]

North America[edit]

In North America, the CT launched in early 2011 for the 2011 model year. The facelift model arrived in 2013 for the 2014 model year. At the time, the "F Sport" package was offered, including a different variation on the spindle grille and other cosmetic differentiation. No performance enhancements came with the F Sport package, which used visually different wheels but the same tires as the base CT.

In May 2017, Lexus announced that the CT model line would be discontinued in the US market.[13]

Estimated fuel consumption is:

City Highway Combined
US[23]5.5 L/100 km (43 mpg‑US) 5.9 L/100 km (40 mpg‑US) 5.6 L/100 km (42 mpg‑US)
Canada[24]5.5 L/100 km (42.8 mpg‑US) 5.9 L/100 km (39.9 mpg‑US) 5.7 L/100 km (41.3 mpg‑US)

Malaysia[edit]

In February 2011, Lexus introduced the CT with two variants: CT 200h and CT 200h Luxury in Malaysia.[25] In October 2012, alongside the introduction of a CT200h F Sport variant, equipment list was improved for the CT200h variant.[26] In July 2014 the Lexus CT facelift was introduced.[27] The Lexus CT has since been discontinued in Malaysia.

UK[edit]

The Lexus CT200h was sold in the UK market from 2011 until, in October 2020, it was announced imports of the CT line had ceased along with the IS line and RC line (except for the RC F).[28]

Reception[edit]

The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) in its 2011 Hybrid Scorecard ranked the Lexus CT 200h, together with the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, as the top luxury hybrid models in the scorecard's environmental improvement category, an achievement the UCS attributed to their relatively small petrol engines, as both carmakers downsized these vehicles' engines from six to four cylinders to maximize fuel economy.[29][30] The UCS evaluation found that the Lexus CT 200h reduces greenhouse emissions by 42.9% as compared to the Lexus IS 250, used as its petrol-only similar for this comparison.[31][32]

Awards[edit]

  • Best Small Car 2011 Over $35,000 - Australia's Best Cars[33]
  • Grand Prix award for highest safety performance - Japan New Car Assessment Program* (JNCAP)[34]
  • Winner (Hybrids) - Asian Auto Fuel Efficiency Awards 2011[35]

Sales[edit]

Global sales of Lexus CT 200h reached 267,000 units through March 2016, making the CT the second best selling Lexus hybrid after the Lexus RX 400h/RX 450h. CT 200h sales represent 26.7 percent of the one million Lexus hybrids delivered since 2005.[36]

Calendar year Canada Japan Europe U.S.
2011 1,350*[37]20,704[citation needed]16,980[38]14,381*[39]
2012 1,640[37]11,325[citation needed]15,599[40]17,673[39]
2013 979[37]9,406[41]15,071[42]
2014 1,035[37]10,340[43]17,673[44]
2015 814[37]10,235[45]14,657[46]
2016 8,903[47]
2017 4,690[48]
2018 4[48]

*Canadian and U.S. sales began in March 2011.[37]

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