Audi TT Coupe Review - Audi Reviews South Africa
Audiís TT has been a huge success for the brand, and itís not difficult to see why. In either coupe or roadster guise, the TT offers an inexpensive and appealing way to get into premium-badged sports car ownership.
The wide range of engines consists largely of turbocharged four-cylinder units; the only six-cylinder choice is a 3.2-litre V6. Oddly, itís not the flagship model, that honour being reserved for the TT RS with its 335bhp 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbo engine. Thereís even a turbodiesel available for those wanting their TT motoring as economical as possible.
All but the entry-level petrol models come with Audiís Quattro four-wheel drive, while most can be specified with Audiís swift and smooth S tronic semi-automatic transmission. Beautifully finished inside and out, any TT is an enjoyable ownership proposition.
Pro's and Con's
Pro: The TT is as good to drive as it is to look at and it's beautifully built. The cheaper models are surprisingly affordable to own.
Con: Almost a default choice, so you'll not be alone in having one. The models higher up the range aren't great value for money.