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Driving

Price (on the road)

Β£28,855-Β£52,480

Target Price (cash)

Β£26,408-Β£50,059

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What Car?'s option recommendations

  • Technology Pack (includes sat-nav)
  • Comfort and Sound Pack
  • Auto-folding door mirror
  • Advanced key
  • Metallic paint

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Contract Hire Leasing Rates

Β£302.22-Β£707.86/month

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Engines

2.5 TFSI TT RS quattro
This powerful 394bhp turbocharged five-cylinder makes a superb sound when pushed hard and allows the TT RS (the only model that gets this engine) to fire itself from 0-62mph in just 3.7sec - that&#39;s supercar levels of performance. With it, though, comes high running costs.
1.8 TFSI
It may be the cheapest engine in the range, but with 178bhp and a very respectable 0-62mph time of 6.9 seconds, it offers lively performance as well as great value for money. We’ve also found the lighter engine improves the ride, and unlike the more powerful front-wheel-drive 2.0 TFSI 230 that scrabbles for traction in the wet, the 1.8 TFSI is easier to manage. We think it’s a cracker.
2.0 TFSI quattro 310
This quattro (four-wheel-drive) model has the same engine as the entry-level 2.0-litre petrol, but is available only with a six-speed automatic gearbox. The extra traction is handy in slippery conditions, but not really necessary the rest of the time. The gearbox is super-quick to shift ratios, although it’s a bit jerky at manoeuvring speeds.
2.0 TDI Ultra
The diesel is the slowest model in the range, but it’s still effortlessly brisk. The engine is a bit grumbly and un-sports car-like, but it provides serious overtaking shove and has low CO2 emissions. It’s available only with a manual gearbox.
Our pick
2.0 TFSI
For those that want a bit more oomph, this offers very impressive performance – particularly at medium revs – and it sounds great. The engine is available with both six-speed manual and automatic gearboxes, but we’d stick with the manual. Being front-wheel drive and with all that power, you do have to be careful with the accelerator out of tight bends on wet roads to avoid it spinning up its wheels.

Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

34.4-60.1 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

124-187 g/km

VED Tax band

How much will it cost you?

G-K

Boot capacity

How much space is there?

712 litres

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