Having gone on sale in 2011, the CT is currently eight years into its life cycle, but despite its age, the new version is still about two years away. This means the CT could be a decade old by the time it’s replaced, if it's not discontinued prior.
So far in 2019, Lexus Australia has sold 69 CTs, which is 51.4 per cent down on this time in 2018 and well behind competitors such as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class (1224 units) and Audi A3 (995 units).
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