2008 Audi TT Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos (2022)

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2008 Audi TT Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos (1) Martin Padgett Editorial Director

May 18, 2008

Likes

  • Punchy and economical 2.0T engine
  • S-tronic gearbox is an automatic without compromise
  • Good driving position and great seats
  • More upscale, understated interior outclasses the competition
  • Tight, well-isolated soft top for roadster
  • Cargo space isn’t compromised
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Dislikes

  • Doesn’t stand out in the crowd as much as the original TT
  • MMI seems out of place in a small roadster
  • V-6 model doesn’t feel much faster

Buying tip

If you’re wishing for a TT with a little more spice, you might want to wait for fall of 2009, when the new TTS will go on sale and take on the likes of the Mercedes SLK55 AMG and BMW M Roadster.

features & specs

2-Door Coupe Automatic 2.0T FrontTrak

2-Door Coupe Automatic 3.2L quattro

2-Door Coupe Manual 3.2L quattro

MPG

23 city / 31 hwy

MPG

18 city / 24 hwy

MPG

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17 city / 24 hwy

MSRP

$34,800

MSRP

$42,900

MSRP

$41,500

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The TT is a little more engaging to drive than before, but it doesn’t stand out in the crowd quite like the original one did when it was new.

TheCarConnection.com’s editors read through the available reviews on the new 2008 Audi TT to arrange this conclusive review of the new Audi TT. TheCarConnection.com’s car experts have also driven it to be able to give you an expert opinion, and to help offer insight where other car reviews might differ.

For the original Audi TT coupe and roadster, which made their debut for 2000, their upside-down-bathtub profile, which brought unique Bauhaus and Art Deco-inspired styling, stole the show from the driving experience itself, which was respectable but not class-leading, and the Roadster version looked a little odd in profile with its roof up. For 2008, Audi gives the TT a new look, with more crisply styled sheetmetal for a more masculine outer stance (including the Roadster), a redesigned interior, and dialed-up performance that no longer takes second stage to its fashion statement.

The new TT coupe and roadster come in two different models: a turbocharged four-cylinder model with front-wheel drive, and a V-6 model with quattro all-wheel drive. Between the two, TheCarConnection.com gives our nod to the 2.0T (four-cylinder) model, which has plenty of power for a peppy roadster feel; the V-6 is just a little bit faster and a lot more expensive. Those trapped in traffic-clogged commutes will love the S tronic gearbox that's available with either engine; it functions fine as an automatic, or on a sporty drive, it revs the engine for improved control on downshifts. An available magnetic ride suspension is recommended for driving enthusiasts, as it helps provide even sharper handling responses without sacrificing the ride. Great fuel efficiency is another bonus of the four-cylinder, with figures of 22 mpg city, 29 mpg highway. As is true across the Audi lineup, the interior upstages most of the competition, with a subdued but very upscale feel. An excellent navigation system is available; some might think, however, that Audi's MMI (MultiMedia Interface) screen-driven interface detracts from the back-to-basics feel that many shoppers look for in a roadster.

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While many four-seat convertibles and some two-seat roadsters are instead offering retractable hardtop arrangements, the TT remains a soft top. The top used in the Audi TT Roadster is exceptionally tight and shuts out most road and wind noise, and a new wind deflector helps curb turbulence at speed with the top down. Also, the top doesn't cut into trunk space as much as most folding hardtops.

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The 2008 Audi TT has not yet been tested by the federal government or by the insurance industry, but the TT comes with anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control, plus roll hoops behind the front seats and side airbags that include head-protection extensions.

The 2008 Audi TT gets a little tougher and meaner in its second generation, losing some of its high-art influences.

The 2008 Audi TT has all the hallmarks of a sportscar in terms of styling. Car and Driver's description of Bauhaus styling is a common refrain, but the Audi TT has changed its shape significantly this year; it’s more sportscarlike than cute. Almost six inches longer, the new Audi TT has “gone from cute to sinister, with furrowed brows and a large mouth that evoke Audi's newest phenomenon, the R8 supercoupe,” Cars.com notes. The edges are a little crisper, while the front end is a little taller, Car and Driver remarks. And the rear end has a "three-dimensional effect" in the design of the taillights, the Detroit News reports.

The Bauhaus influence is again discernible when it comes to the TT Audi's interior: its "functional simplicity," as interpreted by The Auto Channel. According to the New York Times, “inside, the TT feels sports-car intimate without being crowded, and Audi’s tradition of handsome accommodations continues.” Car and Driver notes that the “overall interior effect isn't as dramatic a statement as that of the original TT,” while Edmunds.com reports that the "handsomely executed interior" makes the observer forget the Audi TT's "rather humble VW Golf roots.”

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The 2008 Audi TT isn’t a pure sportscar, but it has good acceleration, a trick transmission, sharp handling, and a good ride—plus good four-cylinder fuel economy.

TheCarConnection.com notes that the 2008 Audi TT's performance pleases almost everyone who gets behind the wheel.

The Audi TT’s base engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 200 hp and, according to Car and Driver, the capability of taking the car from 0-60 in a little over 6 seconds when matched to the S tronic dual-clutch transmission. Interestingly, the optional V-6, while adding 50 horses under the hood, only gains a second in the 0-60 sprint--but is substantially thirstier, getting only about 21-24 mpg on the open highway compared to the four cylinder's 28-31 mpg--and costs more as well. The four-cylinder powerplant was preferred by Forbes Auto, which says that in "most real-world situations, it feels nearly as quick as the V-6."

The 2008 Audi TT is available with either a six-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission or on the V-6, a six-speed manual. Kelley Blue Book said that the more time they spend with the latter, the "more archaic the old pedal-and-lever system feels." The S tronic system—which is effectively two transmissions in one and produces quick, smooth shifts—is a favorite of the editors at TheCarConnection.com.
Four-cylinder cars come with front-wheel drive, while V-6 cars offer Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive.

Automobile describes the Audi TT for 2008 as an "Atari Car"--an auto that feels like a video game to the driver. It is among those cars that "are just as fun to drive at 15 mph through a school zone as they are to blast down back roads." They add that the Audi's capabilities "become more profound the harder you push it." Cars.com also likes the Audi TT’s handling, with a catch: “When driven aggressively on the track, the TT feels like the same car in good ways…the steering feedback is improved, but there's still something missing compared to its rear-drive competitors.” And the New York Times points out the weakness of the Audi’s nose-heavy weight distribution: “on the tight turns, like hairpins, that the TT becomes less fun and shows its weak point. It begins feeling nose-heavy and less willing to change direction, reminding the driver that about 59 percent of its weight is up front, far from the ideal 50-50 balance.”

The 2008 Audi TT is helped along by a new electromagnetic suspension that’s available as an option. By using electrical currents to change the stiffness of shocks through magnetism, the Audi TT can adapt its rides to the conditions of the road. According to Motor Week, the Audi TT's adjustable suspension allows the occupants to have both a smooth ride and good reflexes; its "handling prowess does not come at the expense of ride quality." That softer ride makes the 2008 Audi TT perfect for a long road trip, remaining comfortable over rough road surfaces according to the New York Times: "It is not one of those rough-riding, tiring sports cars no good for anything more than an afternoon romp.”

Motor Week reports that the brakes of the Audi TT are solid; the anti-lock system brings the vehicle to a complete stop from 60 mph in an average of 123 feet on a dry road surface.

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The 2008 Audi TT reveals its sporty intentions with a teensy backseat, but the lush interior makes up for it.

Reviewers from around the Web had compliments for the 2008 Audi TT’s comfort and quality—except when it came to the small backseats.

The Detroit News gushes that “inside the coupe, every appointment feels, looks and smells luxurious.” The Auto Channel adds, “There's plenty of room in there as well--a distinct improvement over earlier model years.” However, the Audi TT is still a small sports coupe, and its thick roof pillars cut down on the view outside. “Sightlines, or pure claustrophobia, may be the real issue for some,” Cars.com reports. “The roofline is low and the doors rise high. The rear view isn't bad, partly because the car is low enough that you can see other vehicles.”

The backseats met with near-universal dismissal. “In the coupe, the back seats are barely big enough to hold a child's winter coat, much less another person,” the Detroit News points out. “They're cute in that useless kind of way.” Cars.com says the backseats are “often mistaken for cupholders,” but notes that the seats fold forward to create “almost 25 cubic feet of pretty versatile cargo volume”—big enough for a couple of golf bags.

Lastly, the 2008 Audi TT’s body structure in roadster form took home honors. The new structure is wonderfully solid, the New York Times reports, and will impress anyone who’s witnessed “the tiresome shake and wiggle of a poorly done convertible.”

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The 2008 Audi TT appears to have all safety bases covered, but no official test results are available.

The 2008 Audi TT has a long list of standard safety equipment, but no official crash tests have been performed on it.

Cars.com states that because the Audi TT is a "low-volume seller," chances are that it won't undergo any testing by the private Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which is generally more stringent than the federal National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). As of this writing, neither has conducted any tests on the TT.

The Audi TT does come with standard front, side, and knee protection airbags as well as "adaptive" headlights that actually follow the front wheels for better visibility on dark roads, according to Kelley Blue Book. Stability control is also standard equipment.

The Auto Channel reports that the 2008 Audi TT's chassis structure is specially designed in a way that will channel the force of a frontal impact around the passenger compartment, which has been structurally reinforced.

TheCarConnection.com will revisit this rating if the Audi TT is crash-tested.

FAQs

Is Audi TT 2008 a good car? ›

The 2008 Audi TT isn't a pure sportscar, but it has good acceleration, a trick transmission, sharp handling, and a good ride—plus good four-cylinder fuel economy. TheCarConnection.com notes that the 2008 Audi TT's performance pleases almost everyone who gets behind the wheel.

What is the best model Audi TT to buy? ›

The Audi TT 40 TFSI Sport is our pick as the best value choice, as it combines the entry-level trim - which may be the cheapest option, but still comes with lots of kit - with the '40' engine, a 2.0-litre petrol with nearly 200hp, which means it's powerful enough for nearly everyone.

Is it worth buying an old Audi TT? ›

Despite the performance, the TT is easy to drive and refined at low speeds. The interior feels solid and durable, and quality materials are used throughout. The rear seats are suitable only for the smallest of children, however, but the boot is a good size for a coupe. Now, it's excellent value for money, too.

How long does an Audi TT engine last? ›

The Audi TT Is the Sports Car Most Likely to Last Over 150,000 Miles.

Is Audi TT expensive to maintain? ›

Audi TT Maintenance Costs. An Audi TT will cost about $9,644 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This beats the industry average for luxury convertible models by $2,677. There is also a 27.72% chance that a TT will require a major repair during that time.

Is Audi TT good on fuel? ›

Audi TT MPG & CO2

The entry-level 40 TFSI petrol engine manages up to 42.2mpg, with CO2 emissions from 153g/km.

What kind of person drives an Audi TT? ›

The Audi TT is undeniably one of the most popular cars on the road and is often driven by sports loving people who work in offices and have attained managerial positions.

Are old Audi TT reliable? ›

Is a used Audi TT coupe reliable? TTs of this generation seem to be bullet-proof so far. Reported problems are few, although it should be noted that the previous model got a below-average overall score for reliability. Also, Audi as a brand doesn't usually fare all that well in our reliability surveys.

Are Audi TT engines reliable? ›

Audi TT reliability

None of the engines are completely new either, so reliability should be good. Audi was ranked in 23rd place (out of 29 car makers) in the manufacturer rankings for the 2021 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey, behind Jaguar (seventh) and Mercedes (13th), along with BMW in 21st.

Is Audi TT comfortable driving? ›

The TT's seats are nicely sculpted and very comfortable. The driver's seat and steering wheel offer plenty of adjustment to make finding the perfect driving position easy, too. Road, wind and tyre noise are well suppressed, making the new TT a great long distance cruiser.

Is an Audi TT a classic car? ›

The Audi TT is a true, defining modern classic. It's also still a cheap car to buy, and that means the time is most definitely now.

How comfortable is an Audi TT? ›

“The TT has a highly attractive interior that doesn't compromise on comfort.” The Audi TT looks seriously impressive with its low-slung, sporty seats. It's extremely easy to get comfortable thanks to a wide range of seat and steering wheel adjustment. It has one of the nicest looking sports coupe cabins around.

How often does an Audi TT need an oil change? ›

Every 10,000 miles

What does TT stand for in Audi? ›

Audi USA. @Audi. @TiffThomps. The TT stand for Tourist Trophy based on the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race.

Are Audi's expensive to maintain? ›

Audis are expensive cars to maintain. According to RepairPal, the average annual Audi repair cost is $987. This is much higher than the average across all brands, which is $652.

Why is Audi oil change so expensive? ›

This is largely because Audi is considered a luxury car, on par with BMW or Mercedes-Benz, and therefore, requires higher-quality oil and specialized filters. Keeping an Audi in prime condition means paying a higher rate for regular maintenance, but it helps ensure you can drive it for many years to come.

Is Audi a reliable used car? ›

It's no secret that Audi is a brand with an enviable reputation for quality and reliability, so used Audi cars are a great option for those looking for a used vehicle they will be able to rely on that also comes with a healthy helping of style and prestige.

Does Audi offer free maintenance? ›

Does Audi Offer Free Maintenance? No, Audi does not offer free maintenance. However, it offers prepaid Audi Car maintenance plans you can purchase with the vehicle.

Which Audi TT is the most economical? ›

Starting with the 1.8 TFSI, the S Tronic version is the most fuel-efficient, claiming up to 47.9mpg. The manual version of this engine returns up to 47.1mpg. Go for the more powerful 2.0 TFSI with a manual gearbox and you could see up to 46.3mpg, while the S Tronic version delivers 43.5mpg claimed economy.

How big is the gas tank on an Audi TT? ›

The 2021 Audi TT has a gas tank size of 14.5 gallons.

What is the mileage of Audi TT? ›

The Audi TT mileage is 9.5 to 14.33 kmpl. The Automatic Petrol variant has a mileage of 14.33 kmpl.

Is Audi TT a hairdresser car? ›

The Audi TT is no longer the Hairdressers car we once mocked.

Is the Audi TT practical? ›

It should be no surprise to learn that the Audi TT Coupe is not a practical car. While the front seats are spacious, the rear-seats are pretty dire, and it'll be difficult for a full-sized adult to sit in them for more than a couple of minutes.

Is an Audi TT considered a sports car? ›

The Audi TT is a 2-door production sports car made by Audi since 1998, and currently in its third generation.

What problems does the Audi TT have? ›

The Audi TT's various model years have faced recalls that range from inconvenient, like the 2000 to 2006 Audi TTs' issue with microfractures in the water pump pulley that may cause timing belt failure, to potentially life-threatening.
...
Major known issues:
  • Engine failure.
  • Water pump leak.
  • Repair costs.
  • Electrical issues.
20 May 2022

Which Audi TT is rare? ›

The first-generation Audi TT was sold from 2000 to 2006, and it was generally regarded as one of the most beautiful — and important — automotive designs of its era.

Is the Audi TT fast? ›

It's actually the most powerful five-cylinder engine ever found in an Audi road car, and it blasts the TT RS to 62mph in 3.7 seconds and on to a maximum of 175mph. That means the car is a little faster off the line than even some of the old R8 models.

Does the 2008 Audi TT have paddle shifters? ›

The S tronic transmission is as seamless as it is in other Audi and Volkswagen products and allows you to drive as the mood takes you: relaxed in automatic, frenzied with the manual paddle shifters.

Is the Audi TT discontinued? ›

Audi's style icon for more than two decades, the TT, is set to be axed when production of its current generation ends in 2023 – and the car will be replaced by a new style of “emotional” model that will be larger, and could well have four doors.

Is the first gen Audi TT reliable? ›

Overall, though, the TT suffers from more reliability problems than you may expect of an Audi, so look for a car that's been well cared for and has a fully stamped service file, especially if it's an older and higher mileage example.

Is Audi TT quiet? ›

The Audi TT is a sports coupé, so it was never likely to be as hushed as more luxurious and less performance-focused cars. There is noticeable wind noise around the frameless windows, and some road noise, but it's still a pretty quiet car to cover big miles in – certainly when compared with the Mustang.

Can you sit in the back of an Audi TT? ›

The rear seats in the Audi TT are only for occasional use, but fold them flat and there's a decent boot. You don't buy a coupe like the Audi TT for its boot space or rear seats, but potential customers will be pleased to hear that it's actually relatively practical for a sports car.

Are Audi TT rear wheel drive? ›

Audi has made TT models in both front wheel drive and all wheel drive in the model's history. Apart from some racing cars there haven't been any rear wheel drive models.

What is the difference between Audi TT and Audi TTS? ›

The TT comes standard with Xenon headlights, with the ability to add LED headlights as an option. The TTS on the other hand features full LED headlights as a standard feature. The TTS also has a more aggressive looking quad pipe exhaust ad rear valence as opposed to the dual pipe exhaust on the TT.

Which Audi is a future classic? ›

Future classic: Audi R8 4.2 V8.

What year did Audi TT come out? ›

When the first Audi TT Coupé came onto the market in the fall of 1998, and the first TT Roadster one year later, the series production products differed only insignificantly from the previously displayed show cars – the dream of any designer.

How do you drive an automatic Audi TT? ›

Press and hold the brake pedal. Press and hold the interlock button (the button in the selector lever handle), set the selector lever to the desired position (e.g. D) link► and release the interlock button. Wait for the gearbox to engage the gear (a slight movement can be felt).

Is the Audi TT a coupe? ›

The Audi TT Coupé is available with a choice of two 2.0-litre TFSI engines offering power ranging from 145 kW 197 PS to 245 PS. The latter also comes with quattro all-wheel drive. Audi drive select comes as standard with various driving modes.

What is Audi TT Plus Pack? ›

Plus Pack. Audi's Plus Pack bundles together lots of useful kit, including climate control to help you stay warm in winter and cool in summer, as well as extended interior lighting and privacy glass to help you to further stand out on the school run.

How do I know when my Audi needs an oil change? ›

Your Audi will be due for service every 10,000 miles or one year from your last maintenance, whichever comes first. An indicator light on your dashboard, that resembles a wrench, will activate when you reach your next service interval. The “Service Due” indicator light is a friendly reminder that service is due.

Does Audi recommend transmission fluid change? ›

Changing your Audi automatic transmission fluid is important and helps extend the life of your transmission. Audi automatic transmission fluid should be changed every 50,000 miles - 60,000 miles. Except for the DSG transmission, which the factory manual recommends be changed every 40,000 miles.

How often do Audis need servicing? ›

Audi service intervals

We typically recommend booking your Audi in for a service every 9,300 miles or every 12 months, or whichever occurs first.

What is a TT engine? ›

A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine lives under the hood of the TT, and it generates 228 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. The TTS gets a beefed-up version of this engine that's tuned to deliver 288 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque.

Is Audi TT Twin Turbo? ›

First launched in 1998, the TT is not and has never been a twin turbo (TT is a heritage name honoring the Tourist Trophy race), so there is a brief lag when mashing the chrome pedal. The engine weighs less than its predecessor, but it's also being shared by the A3 compact, which costs less and is a sedan.

Why is it called TT? ›

The race was originally intended for motorcycles “similar to those sold to the public,” called touring machines, and soon became known as the Tourist Trophy. …" The TT was originally clearly just the Isle of Man race.

Do Audis break down a lot? ›

In reality, according to their 'Dependability Rating' scale, Audi actually ranked 28th out of 36 brands for reliability in 2019. They calculated the rating based on the number of reported faults and breakdowns.

How much is an oil change for an Audi? ›

How Much Does an Audi Oil Change Cost? Audi oil change costs run between $143 to $170. Find out what goes into determining Audi A4 oil change costs or Audi Q5 oil change costs, and more about seeking qualified Audi service below.

Is Audi or Mercedes better? ›

Since Audi is all about all-wheel drive, and Mercedes only offers all-wheel drive on some of its models, Audi is an obvious choice when it comes to performance and reliability. Speaking of which, Audi also beat out Mercedes in Consumer Reports' road test as being a much more reliable brand over Mercedes.

How reliable is the Audi TT? ›

According to U.S. News, the 2021 Audi TT has a reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 from J.D. Power, which is considered “above average” in their terms. Also, there are currently zero reported complaints on Car Complaints for the current generation of the TT, which is from the 2016 model year and on.

Is the 2007 Audi TT reliable? ›

Is a used Audi TT coupe reliable? TTs of this generation seem to be bullet-proof so far. Reported problems are few, although it should be noted that the previous model got a below-average overall score for reliability. Also, Audi as a brand doesn't usually fare all that well in our reliability surveys.

Is the 2008 Audi TT 3.2 Turbo? ›

Performance & mpg. The front-wheel-drive 2.0T model comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. The Audi TT 3.2 Quattro features all-wheel drive and a 3.2-liter V6 maxing out at 250 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque.

Is the Mk2 Audi TT reliable? ›

While some do claim that Audi's cars have a bit of a reliability problem, the Mk2 TT is actually quite reliable and was named iSeeCars' 2019 longest-lasting sports car that is most likely to exceed 150,000 miles (240,000 km). The real problem with a used TT Mk2 is not its build quality, but how it has been maintained.

What problems does the Audi TT have? ›

The Audi TT's various model years have faced recalls that range from inconvenient, like the 2000 to 2006 Audi TTs' issue with microfractures in the water pump pulley that may cause timing belt failure, to potentially life-threatening.
...
Major known issues:
  • Engine failure.
  • Water pump leak.
  • Repair costs.
  • Electrical issues.
20 May 2022

What kind of person drives an Audi TT? ›

The Audi TT is undeniably one of the most popular cars on the road and is often driven by sports loving people who work in offices and have attained managerial positions.

What are Audi TT like to drive? ›

What's it like to drive? “The Audi TT offers plenty of driving thrills, but also works well as a relaxed cruiser or a commuting car.” The TT is easy to use, in spite of its impressive acceleration and grip. It's a highly enjoyable drive with accurate and responsive steering and very little body lean in fast corners.

Is Audi TT comfortable driving? ›

The TT's seats are nicely sculpted and very comfortable. The driver's seat and steering wheel offer plenty of adjustment to make finding the perfect driving position easy, too. Road, wind and tyre noise are well suppressed, making the new TT a great long distance cruiser.

Is Audi TT practical? ›

Although the TT is technically a 2+2, treat it as a two-seater only and it's surprisingly usable. Up front it's perfectly roomy, with a good range of adjustment for the steering column and seats, while the long coupe doors mean large, practical storage bins.

Are Audi TT fast? ›

It's actually the most powerful five-cylinder engine ever found in an Audi road car, and it blasts the TT RS to 62mph in 3.7 seconds and on to a maximum of 175mph. That means the car is a little faster off the line than even some of the old R8 models.

How fast is a 2008 Audi TT? ›

Audi claims the 2.0 will sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 6.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 149 mph and the 3.2 will run 0 to 62 mph in 5.7 seconds and top out at a governed 155 mph.

Is the Audi TT 3.2 fast? ›

On this page, you will find all the key specs for the TT Coupe from overall fuel efficiency in MPG and its top speed in MPH, to running costs, dimensions, data and lots more.
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Performance.
Power246 bhp
Top Speed155 mph
0-60 mph6.3 secs
Torque320 Nm, 236 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions254 g/km
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Is the Audi TT 3.2 Quattro? ›

The 2.0-liter turbo comes only in front-wheel drive and with the quick-shifting six-speed, dual-clutch transmission (S tronic, formerly called DSG) that's been the gold standard in automated manuals since its 2004 introduction. All 3.2s have Quattro all-wheel drive and offer S tronic or a regular six-speed manual.

What does TT stand for in cars? ›

The Audi TT takes its name from the successful motor racing tradition of NSU in the British Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race. NSU marque began competing at the Isle of Man TT in 1907 with the UK manager Martin Geiger finishing in fifth position in the single-cylinder race.

Which Audi TT is the fastest? ›

TT RS has 400 horsepower, making it the fastest and most powerful Audi TT.

Is the Audi TT going to be discontinued? ›

Audi's style icon for more than two decades, the TT, is set to be axed when production of its current generation ends in 2023 – and the car will be replaced by a new style of “emotional” model that will be larger, and could well have four doors.

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