For Fabulous interior design and quality, plus brilliant handling and strong performance. The TT will also hold its value extremely well.
Against The rear seats are useless for adults, and even children will be uncomfortable. The TT isn't that cheap to buy, either, yet you'll almost certainly want to add a few optional extras.
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The Audi TT is brilliant to drive and effortless to live with – it's one of the best coupes on the market.
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There are 7 Audi TT versions available
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The front-wheel-drive 2.0 TFSI Sport is the best-value TT model, and yet it's still seriously rapid and handles brilliantly. Adding the Comfort and Sound pack, which brings a high-performance Bang & Olufsen sound system, rear parking sensors and climate control with digital displays in the middle of the air vents, is all you need to do to have a fantastic coupe. That said, many buyers will also pay extra for the Technology pack, because it's the only way to get sat-nav.
The four-wheel-drive TTS version is harder to justify given the stronger competition it faces, not least the BMW M235i and similarly priced Porsche Cayman. Even so, if you're after screaming performance and all-weather traction in a coupe, the TTS could be precisely what you're after.