The Audi TT is brilliant to drive and effortless to live with, as proved by a seriously impressive What Car? Awards track record. It doesn’t quite match the rear-seat practicality of the BMW 2 Series, but its handling, performance and impressive ride means it remains one of the best coupes you can buy and even the base trim is easy enough to recommend. Be prepared to stump up, though, if you fancy the TTS or TT RS performance models.get the best price
This trim adds a sportier bodykit over the Sport, along with LED headlights, 19in alloys and automatic lights and wipers. You still have to pay extra for rear parking sensors, climate control and the Technology Pack, though.
We have yet to drive the entry-level 40 TFSI, but we suspect it will offer the best value for money and should deliver lively enough acceleration for most TT buyers.