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The Audi TT is great to drive and easy to live with, as shown by its seriously impressive What Car? Awards track record. We reckon the cheaper versions (in particular the 40 TFSI Sport) make the most sense, though.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
This trim adds a sportier bodykit and 19in wheels over the Sport trim, along with Super Sports Seats (featuring bigger side bolsters and four-way lumbar adjustment), LED headlights and dynamic indicators, which sweep in the direction you're signalling. You'll still want to add the Plus Pack at the very least, though – this adds climate control and tinted windows.
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Produces 194bhp and pulls strongly from low revs, with more than enough mid-range grunt for quick overtakes. 0-62mph takes 6.6 seconds – fast enough to worry small hot hatches such as the Ford Fiesta ST. Comes as standard with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox and it's our pick of the range.
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