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For Fabulous interior design and quality, plus brilliant handling and strong performance. The TT Roadster will also hold its value extremely well.

Against You’ll want to add a few optional extras, not least the wind deflector. Rear visibility isn’t great, and the hot TTS isn’t as much fun as the similarly priced Porsche Boxster.

Audi TT Roadster
55 5stars

The Audi TT Roadster is brilliant to drive and easy to live with. Cheaper versions are the best everyday two-seat roadsters you can buy.

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The full Audi TT review

There are 7 Audi TT versions available

Roadster 2.0 TFSI 310 TTS 2dr TBA
What Car? says:4 stars out of 5
Roadster 2.0 TDI ultra 184 Sport 2dr £31,955
What Car? says:5 stars out of 5
Roadster 2.0 TFSI 230 Sport 2dr £32,045
What Car? says:5 stars out of 5
Roadster 2.0 TDI ultra 184 S line 2dr £34,505
What Car? says:5 stars out of 5
Roadster 2.0 TFSI 230 S line 2dr £34,595
What Car? says:5 stars out of 5
Roadster 2.0 TFSI 230 quattro Sport 2dr £35,005 TBA
Roadster 2.0 TFSI 230 quattro S line 2dr £37,555 TBA

Buyer's notes

Target Price team says:

The front-wheel-drive 2.0 TFSI Sport is the best TT model for its blend of performance, refinement and value. The 2.0 TDI is punchy, but because it costs virtually the same as the faster, more refined petrol, it makes sense only if fuel economy or CO2 emissions are an absolute priority.

Most people will want to add the Technology Pack, which includes sat-nav, and the Comfort pack for its rear parking sensors and climate control. You’d be wise to add the wind diffuser, too, because without it there's a fair bit of wind buffeting at speed.

The quattro four-wheel-drive versions are worth going for only if you regularly drive in very poor weather and on low-grip surfaces.

The four-wheel-drive TTS is hard to justify given the stronger competition it faces, not least the similarly priced Porsche Boxster. Even so, if you're after scorching performance and all-weather traction in a convertible, the TTS could be precisely what you're after.

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