Although the second generation Audi TT Coupe was launched back in 2008, even today it is a semi-luxurious reasonable priced vehicle.
The car comes with three engine options. The standard is a 2.0-liter TFSI 197 horsepower engine, which returns 36mpg. The 2.5-liter five cylinder turbo engine is, obviously, more powerful (335 horsepower), but also fuel-thirstier. The third option is a 2.0-liter Diesel engine that delivers 168 horsepower and a fuel consumption of 53.3mpg (or so Audi says, although it does sounds pretty rampant).
The transmission also comes in two variants: a manual six-speed one, and a dual clutch S tronic (that saves a lot on the fuel consumption).
The design still looks modern and interesting, even though it hasn’t changed much since its original release in 1998. All Audi TTs get a rear wing that pops up automatically when the car exceeds 50mph. The wheels on the TT are 18-inch in diameter. The car also features LED headlamps. The most powerful TT, the RS also gets large exhausts and a 10mm lower ride height. The inside looks pretty good, and there is also an option for leather seats.
There are two passenger seats in the back, whose space is pretty cranked (even for smaller people). In spite of that, the front seats get plenty of leg and shoulder room. The rear seats can be dropped, thus increasing the trunk capacity from 290 to 700-liter.
The Audi TT is also fairly safe, featuring ESF, Isofix child mountings and two stage driver and passenger airbags.
The pricing starts at $35,000.
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