Gallery: TEST DRIVE: The Lexus CT200h Compact Hatchback Hybrid Ushers I...

 
We hoped that the "B" option, a Braking Mode in which engine braking and automatic braking force are applied when the car descends a steep incline, would help us out in inclement weather, but the CT200h never got that far.

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  1. msyin January 28, 2012 at 9:56 am

    I was wondering if you had the correct tires on the vehicle and who was driving that had the seats at the maximum distance from the steering wheel. The seats looked as if they were the furthest they could go back so of course there was almost no leg room.

  2. jasonjasonjason January 26, 2012 at 12:06 pm

    Whether it can make it up your driveway or not is entirely dependent on the tires, and the stock tires are pretty hard and not suitable for snow. A set of snow tires is all you need.

    http://lexusenthusiast.com/2011/12/09/lexus-ct-200h-demonstrates-the-importance-of-winter-tires/

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