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Our Fleet Test Drive: Audi TT - 5th report

Date: 02 September 2015   |   Author: Tristan Young

Equipment: Powered and heated door mirrors, 19in alloys, manual aircon, 4 airbags, Bluetooth, digital radio,trip computer
Options: Audi Connect (£1795), fine leather sport seats (£1390), matrix LED headlights (£945), active lane assist (£650), metallic paint (£550), rear parking sensors (£430), heated front seats (£325), uprated phone system (£325), cruise control (£295), uprated sound system (£270), auto-dimming rear-view mirror with light and rain sensor package (£110)

When the Audi Connect system is working (see previous report) you can send the address of your destination via an app to your vehicle, which should save the process of satnav destination entry in the car.

However, Audi's user-experience testers were clearly away when the TT was signed off because this is how you activate a destination: assuming you're in the radio or trip computer screen, first press the 'nav toggle button up twice; then press the left button next to the MMI dial; turn the MMI dial seven clicks clockwise and push the controller to select; next, turn the controller one more click clockwise and select; do the one-click select thing again. And now you're ready to go.

Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI ultra

Mileage 3102
P11D price £32,305
Forecast/actual cost per mile 65.4p/66.6p
Our average consumption 49.9mpg
Official combined consumption 67.3mpg


  • Looks amazing
  • Great official fuel consumption and CO2 figures
  • The number of options that you'd think would or should be standard