Written on: 26/07/2011 by seanhaywood (6 reviews written)
I have owned several sports cars ranging from the MG TF 160 to the BMW z4 and Porche boxter and in my opinion the Audi has far better build quality, performance, handling and value for money for a like aged car than any other sports car I have owned in the same class. This car is like being on rails when driving and the quattro handling certainly comes into its own when you need it. It puts a smile on my face espeecially with the top down. I have only had a very minor problem which was the… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2011
I love this car. I've had it nearly 3 years and it's been totally reliable.
It's fast, handles well and is economical. I think it's the best value sports car you can buy. If I'm feeling fed up, I go for a drive and it always puts a smile on my face. One downside is the hard ride - hit a pothole and you will know about it ! If you don't already own one, treat yourself, you'll be glad you did… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2010
Great build quality, looks great even now. Goes like stink. i had a 3 series before and i felt like a change and i wasnt dissapointed. Tts only a two seater if you dont have kids under the age of 6. Suprised also i wasnt at the pumps every two days. Only downside is my workmates all think i am having a midlife crisis, funny at first not after a 100 times do bewarned if you are over the age of 40… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2009
TT 225 Quattro Coupe. If you're in the market for a smart coupe you'll probably have looked at the same range of cars i have. you'll have wittled it down to probably an Alfa GT, pretty but front wheel drive and a tad unreliable, a BMW 3 series coupe (every other car is a 3 series, and i've had one; they're over-rated), a Merc or the Audi TT. I recomend the TT completely. It ticks all the boxes. Despite what barstool 'experts' will tell you the TT, in Quattro form, is a stunning drive. I've… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2008
I've loved this car from the moment I saw one in the flesh when I was 19, back in 1999, Since then I've wanted one. I had my 225 for nearly two years now. To say I'm obsessed would be an under statement. Last year I was driving everyday and to be honest, the servicing costs did add up. Now I only drive it at weekends but its what I look forward to. What you've got to ask yourself about your current car is:
a) : Does it have better performance than most?
b) : Does it look better than most?
c)… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/10/2008 by alanxtc (1 review written)
I purchased my TT 2002 with 2500 miles on the clock. After the normal recalls I settled down to what I thought would be a decent driving period. I do a lot of miles - in xs of 30K most years but have hit every service and keep on top of things myself. Kept to Pilot Sports as tried P zeros but slipped off the road with them... Now I'm on my 4th set of shocks and anti-roll bars. Getting a bit cheesed off with it to be honest - have to buy another set of front tyres again now that the suspension… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2008
I have had way too much fun with my TT Roadster. It handles great and has enough pick in higher gears when I need it. The size is great for around town and for maneuvering in traffic!… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2008 by dazz1961 (1 review written)
I love the car. The component quality however is not what it should be for a car in this price range!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2008
The car has tons of electrical issues. The passenger window will not go up. The dash cluster goes out every time I turn off the car. This makes the odometer go out and the engine light comes on. This makes it difficult every time I try to smog it in CA. The Audi dealer has no idea why the dash lights and instrument panel goes out. He says he needs it for at least two days. I don't have two days to give him or the money to pay for something he has NO IDEA what to look for.
So... I can't… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/11/2007 by its fred (1 review written)
I have not looked back since owning the TT. I do have another car though and it would not be practical as the only motor in my life, saying that I love the time I spend behind the Audis wheel so it dose its job fantastically well… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2005 by cpj1970 (2 reviews written)
I have owned my Audi TT Roadster 1.8 Quattro from new, and covered 76k miles. The car still brings a smile to my face as equally as it brings a grimace! The ride comfort is however taking its toll, and it's time to go. The car has been extremely reliable, only having scheduled services and its MOT. I would recommend it as either your main car, or as a fun weekender.
The dealers on the other hand! They are the absolute pitts. Whilst happy to exchange £30k for the car, they really couldn't… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2005 by AudiTTR (1 review written)
Pretty much, the TT roadster is a fun sporty car. It has great handling ability for throwing into tight corners and powering through. The Quattro gives you the confidence to not worry about fish-tailing. The TT is at home around country roads, however, on the highway, it holds its own. You get a lot of road noise on the highway, however the 6 speed box provides good ratios for the 225HP engine. You don't have to keep shifting up and down the box for overtaking. Granted the turbo does… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2005 by AudiTTreview (1 review written)
Pretty much the Audi TT Roadster is a fun sporty car. It has great handling ability for throwing into tight corners and powering through the Quattro gives you the confidence to not worry about fish-tailing. The TT is at home around country roads, however highway it holds its own. You get a lot of road noise on the highway, however the 6 speed box provides good ratios for the 225HP engine. You don't have to keep shifting up and down the box for overtaking granted the turbo does provide a bit… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2005 by Chris Hill (1 review written)
I am nearly three years into owning my second Audi TT R, a 225 bhp. Performance and handling are superb, specification; styling and value for money are unbeatable. My first TT (180bhp) was totally reliable my second has been plagued with electrical problems, a faulty rear window heater, electric comfort pack replacement, windows opening after setting the alarm, alarm problems, 2 coil replacements, power steering issues, etc. The quality of dealer service has
declined. I feel that the… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2005 by bryngwran (1 review written)
I purchased the Audi TT 225 roadster model in 2001
As a owner of sports cars dating back to the early seventies. I have owned many different makes & models of sportscars from E type jags, jensons, AC,s to MG RV 8s & Big Healeys. You name it I've had it. Each have had good & bad points but generally were not purchased with practicality in mind. Some gave more thrills per minute than the TT some were less than 100% reliable. Most had frighteneing depreciation rates, or high sevicing costs. This… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2005 by wheelslick (1 review written)
My trouble started when I bought my 7000 mile Audi TT R 225bhp sports car which was 1 1/2 years old from an authourised audi dealer. I nearly crashed the car on the way back in light drizzle on the motorway because the brakes wouldn't hold anywhere near as good as my 6 year old BMW. The audi dealer said that the brakes aren't excellent on the tt. Considering it has done only 20,000 motorway miles in 2 1/2 years, I have spent money on multiple electrical glitches, broken antiroll bars, one… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2005 by Anthony Lefevre (1 review written)
The Audi TT R is a car for those of you who love stylish cars that can accellerate faster than most, handle well around convoluted country roads at fast speed in wet conditions.
If you want to have fun driving a car - this competes well with most sports cars. If you are looking for economy, safe comfortable rides from A to B with your family and a nice soft ride - go buy something else.
I love fast sexy cars - I love my TT 225… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2004 by M4 LTT (1 review written)
As one of the first Audi TT owners in the country in February 2000 and still an owner after 4 years I can tell you that there is no car that is better for the money. It has fantastic looks that are better than other cars at twice the price and its performance and handling are superb.
If you want one, get the 225 4wd quattro. It's performance is much better than the 180 or the newly introduced 150(which is front wheel drive only) and isn't even in the same class. The car can be chipped to even… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2003 by Stelios (1 review written)
This is one of the best cars if you know how to drive this car your driving experience will set go to another level, make no mistake the Audi TT Quattro (225bhp) is the one to buy. I have mine for 2 years now and I travel through Europe 7 times, I never had a single problem, all this beautiful Italian roads and my Audi TT made my trip every time memorable, I think the smaller version (180bhp) is not good enough for travelling long distance and the minus point here is practicality, well if you… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2003 by TTer. (1 review written)
I got rid of this god awful car. I was one of the first to buy these. I was also one of the first to get rid of it! I bought without a test drive. What a mistake. It drives like a tractor, is now as common as muck (everyone thinks my occupation is a hairdresser), and had constant mechanical problems.
Its a Volkswagon golf with an egg as cover. The only good thing I can say is I hardly lost any money on resale. Good riddance to bad rubbish… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2003 by TTster. (1 review written)
The TT certainly is a wonderful looking car. You only have to look at the number of them on the roads to realise that. Unfortunately it is not quite the complete package. The performance is vague and it is starting to look a bit underpowered compared to the opposition i.e. Nissan 350z, Masda Rx8, Honda S2000. The build quality is fantastic, it's great to pose in but not really a drivers car. Maybe the v6 will improve matters… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2003 by The Tiger. (1 review written)
Thankfully I've just offloaded my Audi TT after 8 months ownership. The looks are great (although it seems to attract a lot of unwanted hand signals) but the performance just doesn't match up, perhaps I should have bought a Quattro. It handles no better than my old Pug 205GT and lacks any sort of driver involvement. There's no feedback through the steering wheel and you're never really sure what the front wheels are doing unless you drive it like a family saloon. Hugely disappointing.
Ok for… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/03/2003 by the Mystro. (1 review written)
The TT Roadster is a work of automotive art. Its fit and finish is the best I have ever seen at ANY price range. The quattro lets you mash the accelerator and drive through tight turns like a pro. The Twin-Intercooled Turbo engine comes on strong and pulls to redline. After owning 911's for the past 10 years, the TT is refreshing. Nothing I have ever owned can compare to the interior of the TT. From the gas-cap to the 6-speed shifter, every detail is well thought out and is machined to… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2002 by Chris. (1 review written)
I have owned my Audi TT Roadster (225bhp Quattro) for 2 years and have nothing but praise for the car. It still makes me smile when I drive it and still attracts admiring glances.
Not as practical room-wise as the coupe but if I'd wanted a coupe I'd have bought one. Top down driving at it's best… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2002 by Glenn. (1 review written)
I have had an Audi TTR 225 bhp for the past six months and have just sold this weekend and ordered the BMW 330ci Sport to arrive in May. One question was raised about the space in the TTR. I am 6 3" and vision can be impaired unless you have the seat dropped (lever to side) to its lowest and right back. The luggage space was very impressive for a 2 seat with the weekly shopping run easily being handled (8+ carrier bags). One thing about the TT is the looks, especially with the roof down - if… Read Full Review
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