Audi TT Leasing
Top 3 Features
Smart looks, brilliant quality cabin.
Choice of coupe or convertible body styles.
Great to drive across the range.
Why Lease An Audi TT?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The TT is a small sports car, so don’t expect to take the family on a long holiday in it. But for its size, it’s actually rather practical. There’s lots of room up front and the Coupe has 2 rear seats, although they’re best kept for small children. The boot is impressively large, if rather shallow, and the rear seats will fold down to carry larger items. The hatchback boot lid means it’s easy to load things in.
Space for the folding roof means the boot in the Roadster is smaller, although not by too much. You get 280 litres of space in the soft-top, rather than the Coupe’s 305 litres. There are no rear seats in the convertible.
Odds and ends can be stored in a large glovebox or a space ahead of the gearstick, which has a sliding cover to keep things out of sight. The door pockets are rather small, and there’s only 1 cupholder, so you may have to share a coffee with your passenger.
The TT favours performance over fuel efficiency, but you shouldn’t break the bank on fuel, at least outside of the top models. The entry-level 40 TFSI engine, with front-wheel drive, promises up to 42.2mpg, although that will drop if you drive with the enthusiasm for which the TT is designed. You’ll lose a little efficiency in the comparable Roadster models.
As the power goes up, so the efficiency goes down. The top-spec TT RS Coupe promises up to 31.7mpg, but again, expect mid-20s in the real world.
High Performance ModelsAll of the TTs are sporty machines, but if you want to really embrace performance, go for the 320hp TTS or the 400hp TT RS. These are both available in either of the body styles offered by Audi.
The Audi TT Vs Competitors
Yes. It’s beautifully made, fun to drive and available in lots of different versions. However, Porsche’s Cayman and Boxster are even more exciting to drive.
The Audi TT is fast car, but if you're looking higher performance you’ll want to look at the higher-power versions, the TTS and the TT RS.
Fuel costs for the TT won’t be particularly low, and neither will insurance. Tyre costs might be a bit pricey, as we’d advise sticking with premium manufacturers, and wear will be quicker if you drive with enthusiasm.
That depends on what you want from it. A lower-powered, front-wheel-drive model will be a great lease deal for those that want a stylish, zippy runabout, but for enthusiastic drivers, the TTS and TT RS will likely have more appeal.
Audi hasn’t said when the current TT will be discontinued, but it has confirmed that its replacement will be an electrified model – either a plug-in hybrid, full electric vehicle, or with the option of both forms of power.
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