The TT has been an institution of Audi for the last twenty years and is now in its third generation. The latest range uses a new, front-wheel drive platform and updated engine to bring Audi TT coupe more in line with the present-day automotive industry. The coupe version offers more comfort, practicality and value for money, particularly for city driving. The car was also named Coupe of the Year by WhatCar and Auto Express.
Audi TT Coupe 2018 Price
Audi TT Coupe Specification
|Car Type & Class:||Sport compact|
|Body style:||2-door Coupé, 2-door Roadster
|Number Of Passengers:||2 + 2|
|Drivetrain:||six speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission and quattro all-wheel drive|
|Engine Type:||turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 20-valve inline-5, aluminum block and head, direct fuel injection|
|Transmission:||7-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode|
|Cargo volume:||12 cu ft|
|Warranty||4 Years / 50,000 Miles|
|Maintenance||12 Months/ 10,000 Miles|
Audi TT Coupe Exterior
The Audi TT coupe is not a bad looking car, but there isn’t a very distinctive or exceptional aspect to its exterior. The distinctive sloping roof remains a core component of the TT’s design. Some nice touches that liven up the back end – the twin exhausts and the headlamps – redeem it only slightly. Aside from that, everything else looks very standard.
The coupe can seat up to four people, though not comfortably. Too much room has been taken up by the car’s features to make Audi TT coupe a comfortable car to drive or ride in. The driver’s side in particular has a very enclosed, boxed-in feel to it. What’s more, as all the controls veer toward the driver’s side, it makes things like stereo and air con out of reach to the front passenger. The seats, both front and back, don’t look at all comfortable.
Fuel and Mileage
|EPA Fuel Economy Estimated - Highway||30 MPG|
|Fuel Economy Estimated - City||23 MPG|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||55 liters (14.5 gal)|