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What Car? says

5 out of 5 stars

For The Audi TT still manages to looks chic and sophisticated after all these years

Against It's uninvolving to drive, and the cabin is not as spacious as some rivals'

Verdict With its iconic looks, the TT Roadster still turns heads, even though it sold so well

Go for… 1.8 T Quattro 180

Avoid… 3.2 V6

Audi TT Roadster
  • 1. There have been problems with dashboard components failing. Forget the car if any instruments don't work
  • 2. The cambelt needs to be replaced every 60,000 miles
  • 3. The TT shares much with the VW Golf, and most mechanical parts are reliable
  • 4. Ignition coil failure on 1.8T engines was common and it's costly to replace them
  • 5. There are no rear seats, but that's no great loss - the ones in the coupe are almost useless
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