2011 Lexus
CT 200h
vs. 2011 Toyota
Camry Hybrid

2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid

9.8

starting from

$27,810

Reasons to buy the Toyota Camry Hybrid

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Power outlets
Standard
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Child door locks
Standard
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Power mirrors
Standard
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Spacious back seats
47.5 ft3
2011 Lexus CT 200h

9.1

Runner-up

Lexus CT 200h

starting from

$29,995
"Driver-friendly cabin with superb ergonomics."
edmunds.com | talking about the CT's interior quality
"Sporty handling."
edmunds.com | talking about the CT's handling

Reasons to buy the Lexus CT 200h

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Longer basic warranty
50,000 mile
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Longer-lasting basic warranty
4 year
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Great cornering ability
0.85 g
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Good city fuel efficiency
43 mpg
Practicality 10.0 vs 7.4
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid Winner: Camry Hybrid
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  • The Camry Hybrid's standard power outlets will keep your gadgets charged; not available on the CT 200h
  • The Camry Hybrid's standard folding rear seat will get you extra cargo room; not available on the CT 200h
  • The Camry Hybrid offers an optional navigation system; not available on the CT 200h
Luxury Features 10.0 vs 8.8
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid Winner: Camry Hybrid
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  • Have your choice of leather or cloth seats on the Camry Hybrid
Cost 9.2 vs 10.0
2011 Lexus CT 200h Winner: CT 200h
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  • Basic warranty lasts 14,000 more miles, 50,000 mile vs 36,000 mile
  • Basic warranty lasts 1 more year, 4 year vs 3 year
  • Gets around 40% more miles per gallon in the city, 43 mpg vs 31 mpg
Safety Features 10.0 vs 9.3
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid Winner: Camry Hybrid
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  • Keep kids safe in the rear seat with standard child door locks on the Camry Hybrid; optional upgrade on the CT 200h
Entertainment System 10.0 vs 9.9
Too close to call
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  • Fewer speakers
  • Neither offers an entertainment system
Crash Test Ratings 10.0 vs -
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Performance 10.0 vs -
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  • Neither has a good drivetrain for off-road or bad weather driving
Road Tests 10.0 vs -
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Overall 9.8 vs 9.1

Practicality

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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Passengers 5 vs 5 Average number of seats
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Highway driving range 602 miles vs 476 miles The Camry Hybrid has good highway range and the CT 200h is reasonable
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Cargo space 10.6 ft3 vs 14.3 ft3 Both have very limited cargo room
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front seats 54.0 ft3 vs 49.7 ft3 The Camry Hybrid has average-sized front seats, while the CT 200h is very cramped
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folding rear seats Standard vs Not Available The Camry Hybrid's standard folding rear seat will get you extra cargo room; not available on the CT 200h
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power outlets Standard vs Not Available The Camry Hybrid's standard power outlets will keep your gadgets charged; not available on the CT 200h
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roof rails Not Available vs Not Available Neither offers roof rails
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navigation system Optional vs Not Available The Camry Hybrid offers an optional navigation system; not available on the CT 200h
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Cupholders 4 vs 2 The Camry Hybrid has an OK number of cupholders while the CT 200h has very few
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front air conditioning Standard vs Standard A/C for hot summer days comes standard

Luxury Features

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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moon roof Not Available vs Not Available Neither offers a sun roof
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power seats Standard vs Standard Both have power seats
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keyless entry Standard vs Standard Both have keyless entry
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leather Optional vs Not Available Have your choice of leather or cloth seats on the Camry Hybrid

Cost

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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MSRP $27,810 vs $29,995 The Camry Hybrid has a great price and the CT 200h is pretty reasonable
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In-city gas mileage 31 mpg vs 43 mpg The CT 200h has great city mileage and the Camry Hybrid is pretty reasonable
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basic warranty miles 36,000 mile vs 50,000 mile The CT 200h's basic warranty is fantastic, but the Camry Hybrid's warranty is very limited
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basic warranty years 3 year vs 4 year The CT 200h's basic warranty is fantastically long-lasting, but the Camry Hybrid's warranty is very limited

Safety Features

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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antilock brakes Standard vs Standard Both come standard with ABS brakes
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Stability control system Yes vs Yes Both have electronic stability control
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Airbags 6 vs 7 Both have a good number of airbags for safety but the CT 200h is particularly good (including Rear Side)
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Rear brakes Disc vs Disc Both vehicles' brakes will do well under heavy use
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child door locks Standard vs Not Available Keep kids safe in the rear seat with standard child door locks on the Camry Hybrid; optional upgrade on the CT 200h
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Roadside assistance system None vs SafetyConnect

Entertainment System

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Camry Hybrid
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2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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Number of speakers 6 vs 6 Fewer speakers
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Has speed sensitive volume No vs Yes The CT 200h's stereo cranks the volume to compensate for road noise, but the Camry Hybrid does not
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CD player Standard vs Standard CD player comes standard
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premium radio Optional vs Not Available Like your tunes? In the Camry Hybrid, you can upgrade to satellite radio
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Has auxiliary audio input Yes vs Yes Both have an audio-in jack so you can plug in your own MP3 player to the stereo
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Has subwoofer No vs No Neither has a subwoofer; audio won't have that deep thumping bass sound
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entertainment system Not Available vs Not Available Neither offers an entertainment system

Crash Test Ratings

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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Rollover resistance 4 stars vs Unknown
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Front driver crash test 4 stars vs Unknown
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Driver side crash test 5 stars vs Unknown

Performance

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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Horsepower 187 HP @ 6,000 RPM vs 134 HP @ 5,200 RPM The Camry Hybrid is of average power, but the CT 200h is underpowered
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Number of gears Continuously variable vs Continuously variable Average number of gears
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Transmission Automatic transmission vs Automatic transmission Both offer an automatic transmission, standard for this class
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paddle shifters Not Available vs Not Available Neither offers paddle shifters
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Air compressor None vs None Neither has an air compressor for increased power output
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Power-to-weight ratio 19.7 lb/hp vs 23.4 lb/hp The Camry Hybrid has OK performance while the CT 200h gives sluggish performance
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Drivetrain type front-wheel drive vs front-wheel drive Neither has a good drivetrain for off-road or bad weather driving
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Curb-to-curb turning radius 36.1 ft vs Unknown

Road Tests

Toyota
Camry Hybrid
2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2011 Lexus CT 200h Lexus
CT 200h
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0-60 mph 8.5 seconds vs 10.5 seconds Neither car's 0-60 time is remarkable
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Braking distance at 60mph 145 ft vs Unknown
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1/4 mile 16.6 s @ 89 mph vs 17.9 s @ 78 mph Both have average 1/4 mile times for this class of vehicle
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Lateral acceleration 0.8 g vs 0.85 g The CT 200h has phenomenal cornering abilities, but the Camry Hybrid is just OK
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Top speed 122 mph vs 111 mph Both vehicles' top speed is just average

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