For TT gets attitude with big turbo power, an aggressive sporting makeover and Porsche Boxster pace. Very fast and great fun, it also sounds fantastic.
Against It might be fast and fun but it's not as precise or involving as its rivals. Nor is it worth the premium over its lesser relatives, even for its searing pace.
Sharper, more focused TT takes the fight to Porsche. An impressive effort too, but not quite the complete package. Lesser models in the range offer almost all the fun, for less money.
Audi’s TT has been a huge success for the company, and it’s not difficult to see why. In either coupe or roadster guise, the Audi TT offers an inexpensive and appealing way to get into premium-badged sports car ownership.
The wide range of engines consists largely of turbocharged four-cylinder units, although the flagship model is the TT RS, with its 335bhp 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbo engine. There’s even a turbodiesel available for those wanting their TT motoring as economical as possible. Our pick, though, is the fast and flexible 208bhp 2.0-litre petrol.
All but the entry-level petrol models come with Audi’s Quattro four-wheel drive, but we prefer the front-driven versions. Most can be specified with the swift and smooth S tronic semi-automatic transmission. Beautifully finished inside and out, any Audi TT is an enjoyable ownership proposition.
Good behind the wheel and very classy. I had the 2.0 TDi and the economy was very good. No reliability issues and great performance. Service from the…
Update: after 16,500 miles I replaced the two front Bridgestone Potenza tyres (with which the car was supplied) with some (much better) Goodyear F1…
What can I say about this car that hasn't already been said? It looks fantastic, the cabin quality is exceptional, it's surprisingly practical for a…
Had this car almost a year now, i bought it as an audi ex-demo, so high spec for good price!! Looks great in bright red, particularly from the front,…
Simplest is best, so not only is the 2.0 TFSI the best TT, it's even better if you forget the quattro four-wheel-drive, DSG semi-auto gearbox and over-firm S line suspension options.