Audi TT Overview
The TT is enjoyable to drive, but isn't as agile or engaging as a Porsche Boxster or Mercedes-Benz SLK. Handling is responsive and the ride isn't too punishing, but a lot of noise comes through the soft top. It is, however, very convenient to be able to operate the top at speeds up to 30 mph. The interior is nicely finished, with stylish details. Power comes from a punchy, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. All TTs get the S-tronic automated manual, which works well and delivers quick, direct-feeling shifts. The manual-only RS trim has been dropped. The coupe has two small rear seats, while the convertible is strictly a two-seater. A 2016 redesign is due this summer.
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