How many Audi TT are there?

How many Audi TT are there?

Both the TT and TTS blend style with refinement in ways the competition doesn’t. The Virtual Cockpit is amazing and we’d love to see it on all cars. However, only 1,970 Audi TT units were sold through end of August 2017 (down 21.4% year on year) with only 231 units sold in August.

Is the Audi TT rare?

The first-generation Audi TT was sold from 2000 to 2006, and it was generally regarded as one of the most beautiful — and important — automotive designs of its era.

How many Audi TT are left?

2021 2016
AUDI TT 1.8k 2.3k
AUDI TT AUTO 365 452

Is the Audi TT popular?

Above all else, Audi is also known for building quality products and that’s evident considering the TT topped the list of the “Longest-Lasting Sports Cars” according to iSeeCars. The TT bested other popular sports cars including the Dodge Charger, Ford Mustang, BMW M5, and surprisingly, even the Mazda MX-5.

Why is Audi TT popular?

The Audi TT is a small sports car which is stylish to look at, fun to drive and very easy to live with. It isn’t quite as sporty to drive as the likes of the brawnier BMW 2 Series, but it comes with a fabulous interior and looks sportier than ever thanks to a selection of subtle mid-life tweaks.

Is the Audi TT a fun car?

Verdict The TT is stylish, fun to drive, and has an intriguing interior, but can’t match the adrenaline-pumping performance of similarly priced sports cars.

Is it worth buying an Audi TT?

The Audi TT hasn’t scored at all well in our yearly Driver Power surveys, coming 143rd out of 150 cars in our 2016 survey. It was rated well for performance, handling and ease-of-driving, but did badly in practicality, running costs and came bottom of the list for seat comfort.

What kind of car is the 2016 Audi TT?

The 2016 Audi TT is an evolutionary redesign that handles well and offers more versatility than its small size might suggest, but a troubling case of acceleration lag saps the fun. The TT comes as a four-seat coupe or two-seat, soft-top roadster.

How many miles per gallon does a 2016 Audi TT get?

The EPA estimate for the 2016 TT is 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway, which is typical for a four-cylinder sports car. The TTS is rated at 23/27 mpg city/highway.

What are the differences between the Audi TT and TTS Coupe?

The TT comes as a four-seat coupe or two-seat, soft-top roadster. Both employ a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a dual-clutch automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Audi also offers a higher-powered TTS coupe, also redesigned, which we cover separately on

Is Audi TT all wheel drive or AWD?

Audi roughly maintained the TT’s spry curb weight with the redesign — the coupe weighs less than 3,200 pounds — and the standard all-wheel drive (Quattro) has a rear bias in Dynamic mode. Understeer, when present, is slight, and the TT rotates into a nice drift as you feed gas through sweeping turns.