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Our Fleet Test Drive: Audi TT - 9th report

Date: 26 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)

Not only is our long-term Audi TT (the one on the right in the picture above) a good business proposition on paper thanks to low CO2 and a good real-world fuel figures, it's also a winner in the looks department.

Neighbours, friends, relatives and random people in the street have all been very positive about the way it looks.

And these good looks combine with the on-paper credentials to produce rock-solid residual values. For our TT, KwikCarcost predicts a retained value of 42.3% at three years and 60,000 miles, which is impressive and goes a long way to low whole-life costs.

While I like the look of the new TT, and particularly the headlights and tail lights with their pulsing indicators, I have to say I'm more of a fan of the original, first-generation shape TT. In fact, I'm enough of a fan to have recently bought one. So as my next-door neighbour commented, I now look like I'm opening an Audi dealership.

However, what the current car has taught me (and so enabled me to justify my purchase) is that it's actually practical enough to take two adults and two children, and therefore is a perfectly usable daily drive, as well as a stylish and desirable coupe.

Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI ultra

Mileage 6110
P11D price £32,305
Forecast/actual cost per mile 65.2/65.6p
Our average consumption 50.1mpg
Official combined consumption 62.8mpg


  • Looks amazing
  • Seriously efficient
  • Poor instructions for Connected system