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Our Fleet Test Drive: Audi TT - 8th report

Date: 08 October 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)

Having now lived with the TT for a few months there are some great things you take for granted, but that are well worth a mention in dispatches. An ideal example is the fuel filler cap.

For starters, it has the 'TT' logo embossed on it, which I like because it shows attention to detail.
However, what it hides is a filler neck that doesn't have a screw-on cap.

It's a simple thing, and it's hardly a first, but it does make life so much easier and cleaner by lowering the chance of getting diesel on your hands. You just have to follow the five-second rule printed on the inside of the fuel flap to stop backwash when you remove the pump.

Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI ultra

Mileage 4285
P11D price £32,305
Forecast/actual cost per mile 64.5p/65.2p
Our average consumption 49.9mpg
Official combined consumption 62.8mpg


  • Looks amazing
  • Seriously efficent
  • The number of options that you'd think would or should be standard