The 2017 Lexus CT 200h gets a couple of new colors this year, and that's about it. It has less to do with Lexus not wanting to mess with a good thing, and more to do with the fact that it's likely the CT will soon be replaced.
Not much is new for the 2016 Lexus CT 200h. It gets a revamped grille with a bright chrome surround, an optional moonroof, and like many 2016 Lexus models, the Enform app suite now offers Enform Remote and Lexus Service Connect.
The 2015 Lexus CT 200h gets a few small updates but is mostly carryover. Among the changes are the integration of the iPhone-compatible Siri Eyes Free Mode for the infotainment system, additional voice commands for the navigation system, and the addition of Slacker radio to the Lexus Enform app suite.
About Lexus CT
The 2017 Lexus CT 200h is what happens when you let the luxury division build a fuel-sipping hybrid. It's literally a previous-generation Toyota Prius underneath, with the CT 200h and Prius sharing a hybrid powertrain, suspension and other basic underpinnings. But the disguise is nearly perfect, as you'd be hard-pressed to tell any family resemblance just by looking. There's the massive Lexus-signature "spindle" grille, for starters, and the interior leather and wood trim are exactly the kind of thing the Prius is NOT known for. All the extra finery hurts fuel economy, but the CT 200h gets a bit more power, and it's still a fuel-economy leader in a luxury class that includes the Audi A3 e-tron and Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class.