New Audi TT Quotes


With a vast range of diesel and petrol engines across the Roadster and Coupe ranges, there is much to be expected from the performance of the TT. The pick of the bunch is arguably the 1.8-litre TFSI S line which gets from 0-60mph in 7.7 seconds and has a top speed of 140mph.

The TT ranks comfortably alongside the performance of the Toyota GT 86 as it peaks 0-60mph in 7.5 seconds and hits the same top speed.

Top of the speed list is the TT RS Plus with its 2.5-litre TFSI engine doing a 0-60mpg sprint in 4.1 seconds and an impressive top speed of 173.98mph.

Running Costs

Although not the cheapest to buy, the TT Coupe will have very little depreciation keeping ownership costs low. The S tronic double clutch gearbox in the 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine will manage 51.4mpg on average. The entry level 1.8-litre petrol model will return 44mpg and even the 2.5-litre TFSI will manage at least 40mpg. Emissions costs will generally be low across the board for TT’s with the best at 149g/km for the 1.8L TFSI model keeping tax cost under 20%. The Toyota GT 86’s entry level price is lower, starting at around £24,995 compared to the 1.8L TT’s £26,065 but with its low emissions and tax the TT will incur less running costs.


Both the coupe and roadster models of the TT come as standard with 18-inch alloys, Bluetooth interfacing, front Sports seats in Silk Nappa leather with contrasted stitching and heating. Both have similar exterior features including fixed rear spoiler, grille in high-gloss back diamond design and twin oval exhaust tailpipes. The roadster offer drop-top motoring but lack the folding hardtop of its rivals, full specs for all TT models are found in our brochure.