Audi TT Car Reviews

The new TT has more of a sporty, aggressive appearance than its predecessor, and is an improvement in many ways. It is a little larger, but lighter, and the result is an improved interior space, with more responsive handling. Two models are offered, a coupe and a convertible. The coupe comes as 2+2, while the convertible is purely a 2-seater. Both models are available in standard, TTS and TT RS variations.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 4.5/5
Surprisingly affordable
Beautifully built
Fun to drive
Cramped back seats
Pricey options

Latest Audi TT Car Reviews:

Audi TT Coupe Pre Model 1.8 TFSI Sport 2dr - March 2012
For those interested in a sporty coupe with great looks and decent performance, the TT Coupe 1.8 TFSI Sport is the ideal choice. Low CO2 emissions and good fuel economy make this TT an attractive c...
Audi TT Coupe Pre Model 2.0 TFSI Sport 2dr - March 2012
A coupe that offers strong and powerful performance that is controlled by responsive steering and strong road grip, the Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TFSI Sport is very desirable coupe. The engine sounds great...
Audi TT Coupe Pre Model 2.0 TFSI S line S tronic 2dr - February 2012
The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has the best engine in the TT series. This model has been improved for better looks, more power and improved running costs. The quality of driving is great and the running cos...
Audi TT Coupe Pre Model 2.0 TDI quattro Sport 2dr - March 2012
A diesel powered coupe that offers better efficiency and lower CO2 emissions than other models in the range, the Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI Quattro Sport is an attractive proposition. This diesel model ...
Audi TTS Coupe Pre Model 2.0 quattro 2dr - February 2012
The Audi TT has fast become an iconic design, and its handsome looks still grab your attention and make it an attractive buy. It also deserves its reputation as fun car to drive without being too ...

Audi TT Overview

There is a range of engines to choose from, the 1.8 litre and 2.0 litre petrol units and a 2.0 litre diesel are available in the standard TT. There is a tuned 270bhp 2.0 litre petrol engine in the TTS and a 335bhp 2.5 litre petrol unit in the TT RS. The flexible 2.0 litre petrol engine is the pick in the standard TT, but the diesel can give over 50mpg combined. This excellent economy, combined with the brisk performance it gives is testament to the TT’s ability to offer a gentle sedate ride one minute and a thrilling experience when you put your foot down.

For two passengers, the cabin is the perfect size, lots of head and legroom, but in the coupe the back seats leave a lot to be desired. They are more suitable for children, or an uncomfortable journey for whoever draws the short straw. The cabin is larger than in the previous model; however leg-room in the back is still very limited. The back seats can be folded down to extend the boot space to 700 litres, which is very useful for a sporty coupe.

The interior is as well-designed as any Audi, with only the best materials being used. All the surfaces ooze class, and the layout of the dash is clear and easy to use.


The TT was introduced in 1998 although the concept car first appeared in 1995. It is built on the Volkswagen Group A platform, which has also been used to develop cars such as the VW Golf, Audi A3 and the Seat Leon to name a few. Initially it was only available as a 2+2 coupe, but in the following year a 2-seater roadster was introduced.

The second generation launched in 2006 and was again offered as a coupe and roadster. The new design featured sleeker lines with the model being both wider and longer than the original. The TTS debuted at the North American International Auto Show in 2008 and the TT RS at the Geneva Auto Show the following year.


The TT is an affordable sports car that is great to look at, drive and because of its relatively low price and choice of efficient engines, it’s great to own too. It’s because of these reasons that it has become such a successful, desirable car.

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