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Our Fleet Test Drive: Audi TT TDI - 6th Report

Date: 14 April 2009   |   Author:

TT in Oldham

It's long been presumed that the TT's rear-seats, like those of its peers, are token gesture and suitable only for small children.

So it was refreshing to find that it's not really the case. My 5'6" girlfriend was pretty comfortable behind her obscenely tall brother who was riding the front passenger seat, although you'll never get an adult with legs behind the driver.

Less comfortable were my two tall Brighton FC-supporting mates who had to cram in one behind the other from Birmingham up to Oldham and back. The complaining was almost non-stop, yet there's no sign of DVT so far.

The TT can safely go down as a practical three-seater, as long as either all three aren't tall, and aren't prone to a moan.