1. Audi TT
It’s a perennial favourite of ours, but it isn’t hard to see why. The Audi TT matches great looks to a fabulous chassis, then garnishes with a beautifully made interior and a wide range of engines. You can even have it with a diesel if you like. OK, so the rear seats are best reserved for kids, but they are there if you need them, and there’s a big boot. What’s more, with all that in mind, prices actually look pretty reasonable.
And the used coupés to avoid…
It looks great, but the Peugeot RCZ’s ride is incredibly firm – and it can’t match the best for handling or quality.
Unusual looks mask a coupé that isn’t terrible, but neither is it really any better than average in most areas. Others do it better than the Hyundai Veloster.
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