Ten Second Review
Audi TT Lease Review - New Audi TT has made great strides, utilising clever technology and evolutionary styling it leaps far beyond previous generations. It is exciting to drive and extra lightweight, owing to its steel and aluminium construction. Two trims are available at present, namely Sport as well as S line, along with two engines as well.
Petrol TT utilises a 2.0-litre 227bhp TFSI unit having either a manual six-speed gearbox or the dual-clutch, seven-speed S tronic transmission. A choice of Quattro or front- four-wheel drive is also available, together with TDI Ultra version that is super-frugal, whose 2.0-litre 182bhp diesel engine returns 67.3mpg, emitting only 110g/km of CO2. The model is available only with front and manual-wheel drive versions.
The Audi TT is unmistakable, exhibiting a distinct shape which has evolved yet still remained quite recognisable. This third-generation vehicle has length that is nearly identical to the preceding version. It sports tauter-looking proportions and shorter overhangs, owing to its wheelbase which has been increased by 37mm. The latest Audi TT is faster, lighter and even more efficient compared to previous versions and focuses more on driver enjoyment. In essence, it is the first of its kind to offer a real sports-car experience.
Across the third-generation range, the TT gains from reduction in emissions by 11 percent relative to the second-generation, implying reduced bills on tax and fuel. Driving appeal and style are the clear-cut determining factors when selecting a TT, even though the classy coupe does maintain a fairly practical approach. The rear seat backs and folds flat which along with the hatchback tail-gate it has provides for easy loading functions. The Audi TT comes packed with a remarkable safety kit too that includes multi-mode stability control, complemented by airbags and Isofix.