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Posted:02 May 2019 | Category: Audi,General

Which Audi TT to Buy

Which Audi TT to Buy

The Audi TT is an instantly recognisable car with its chic sports car exterior and innovative interior. The 1st generation of the iconic Audi TT still turns heads with its unmistakable shape and quick performance, but now there are roadster and coupe options available from which to choose, depending on what you want from your new Audi TT.

With things like four-wheel drive, aircon, leather interior and 16in alloys as standard, these basic specifications are likely to delight new Audi drivers. The high-quality German build ensures that even after a time the Audi TT still looks incredibly well put together.

Which Audi TT To Buy

The exterior has been given a face lift for the new models, including a 3D single frame radiator grille design, larger side air inlets and new wheel and colour options.

Upgrading to the S-line and Black Edition cars will also mean differences between the models in the range, including variants in alloy size and design, paint finishes and spoiler choice.

Upgrading to the S-line and Black Edition cars will include a myriad of differences between different models in the range from alloy size and design to paint finishes and spoiler choice.

Powering the car is a 2.0-litre TFSI with 197PS, which replaces the 1.8-litre, 180PS TFSI engine, and the existing 230PS 2.0 TFSI is boosted to 245PS.

You can select the 245PS unit with either the manual gearbox and front-wheel-drive or with the S tronic transmission and the multi-plate clutch-based quattro permanent all-wheel drive system.

However, there is also a third engine option the - 305PS TTS. This option can go from 0-62mph in just 4.5 seconds in the Coupe option or 4.8 seconds in the Roadster option.

Drivers assistance systems are also a standard on the cars, with features like lane change assistant to ensure you can go about your day in your Audi with peace of mind. The fully digital Audi Virtual Cockpit can be found inside of the car featuring new information displays, and this also comes as a standard.

Other standard equipment includes:

Leather and Alcantara combination upholstery

Keyless go

The Audi Music Interface for convenient playlist access

The MMI Radio with touch-sensitive MMI Touch control panel

Xenon headlamps for Sport models

LED units for S line and above

LED daytime running lamps

Cruise control

Rear parking sensors

The Audi drive select dynamic handling system

The Roadster option includes a soft top in either grey or black which is soundproofed, making it an ‘acoustic top’ that can retract with the touch of a button in just 10 seconds at speeds of up to 31mph.

Overall, there are only slight differences in performance when it comes to the Roadster and the Coupe, so the one you select will depend largely on what you want aesthetically from your car and how you will be using it. If you want a car that is suitable for things like school runs and large shopping trips, the coupe will likely be the best option. If you want something more fun that’s mostly just for you, the Roadster is a good call.

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