Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Audi TT Sports Car Review

By CJ Carter

If you are looking for bold styling, sophistication, and performance in a small coupe then the Audi TT is a strong candidate. In the world or Porsche Boxters, BMW Z4's, and Benz SLK's the Audi TT takes on a totally different look, while still managing to be quite cool.

The Audi TT's MSRP ranges between roughly 35,000 to $46,000 for a top of the line model. It comes in the coupe or roadster body style. With its upscale interior, the TT comes in all wheel drive, with a smooth sequential shift manual transmission found in most of today's modern sports cars. The Audi TT is totally redesigned from the ground up for 2008. The TT has a new four cylinder engine. It also has been designed with extensive use of aluminum to reduced the curb weight in comparison with previous models of the car.

Just like previous incarnations of the vehicle, the TT relies on a turbocharged four cylinder or a naturally aspirated V6. The four cylinder is a new design by the six cylinder was carried over from the older models. With an all new suspension as well as electronic assisted steering the handling of the new TT should be a noted improvement over older models. In a Porsche-esque manner the rear spoiler rises at highway speeds on the new TT. The TT's interior still has a 2+2 design. It really should be a 2+ throw your jacked or your bag in the backseat because no real human could fit. There are a lot of different choices on the market when you are looking in the small sports car class but the TT is in a class of its own.

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