Audi TT Quattro 1.8 (225bhp) Reviews

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“I have owned my TT 225 roadster for 2 years. Okay the...”

Written on: 31/05/2010 by Johnbobby (1 review written)

I have owned my TT 225 roadster for 2 years. Okay the boot is big enough for a thimble sized overnight bag but I didn't buy it to carry suitcases and the weekly shop. I bought it to have some fun in life. When the sun is out there's nothing finer the feel the awesome power of such a little car. It sounds fantastic and holds the road extremely well. I never got stuck in the snow this winter and would definitely recommend it. It is heavy on juice but they are not for those who want to cruise. I… Read Full Review

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“Beautiful stylish car, ahead of it's time 10 years...”

Written on: 25/01/2010

Beautiful stylish car, ahead of it's time 10 years ago. The Quattro holds the road brilliantly even in the snow and ice. Very reliable powerful 225 bhp engine. Medium sized boot somewhat spoiled by the fact the rear seats do not fold down completely but stay at an obstinate 45 degree angle! In built 6 CD changer, Bose sound system, heated leather front seats, 6 speed gearbox, 10 year anti-rust warranty, superb build quality as you would expect from Audi. Totally recommended if you like speed… Read Full Review

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“The Audi TT 225 BHP is the ultimate car which not only...”

Written on: 30/09/2009 by 225bhp (1 review written)

The Audi TT 225 BHP is the ultimate car which not only turns heads but gives the the extra edge in the way the car performs and handles itself, this car is purley for the one's who knows how to roll on the streets, its concept design leaves you with nothing but satisfaction, ok maybe the boot could be bigger but the power behind this small engine is brilliant the quattro is definatly superb!! the only thing i could fault is suitable cup holders..!! finally would recommend to anyone who wants to… Read Full Review

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“The 225bhp version Coupe is the one to go for. Its...”

Written on: 26/09/2008 by st3vie (2 reviews written)

The 225bhp version Coupe is the one to go for. Its quick off the mark and there aren't many cars that can give it a run for its money at the traffic light drag strip.

Some people complain about the harsh ride but its 2 seater sports coupe, what do you expect - if you want comfort get a Mercedes or Lexus.

No real complaints here really apart from there is no where to put your Macdonalds Cola unless you purchase a cup holder which can cost upwards of £80..!!

The boot space is excellent for… Read Full Review

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“For an everyday car... young professional... all that...”

Written on: 29/05/2008

For an everyday car... young professional... all that it lacks is space in the trunk... it is meant for a certain kind of individual... the kind that likes smooth clean lines and reliable looks. Of course there are newer cars out there... please don't say the 350Z... it looks weak!!! Yes the Porsche 911 is the stand alone... and the TT was the first to deviate the automobile design world... ask yourself... 15 years from now... when it becomes a classic... why didn't you hang onto one?… Read Full Review

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“This car can't be beaten pound-for-pound, I have...”

Written on: 03/07/2007 by chrisyuk (45 reviews written)

This car can't be beaten pound-for-pound, I have driven Astons, BMW, Porsches and Mercedes, and none compare… Read Full Review

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“The Audi TT Quattro is superb, especially in ice and...”

Written on: 02/03/2006 by spiky (1 review written)

The Audi TT Quattro is superb, especially in ice and snow. It keeps you on every corner even at high speeds. Great overall performance and reliability… Read Full Review

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“This is a review of the 225BHP TT (the 180BHP version...”

Written on: 14/04/2003 by Andy. (1 review written)

This is a review of the 225BHP TT (the 180BHP version is purely a possers car without the power).

In the style game this car is very hard to fault, its smooth outside lines are always attractive from any angle, while the interior is a genuine work of art.

The TT is now not as uncommon as it was in the early days.... in London you'll see more TTs on your way to work than the new Mini (ie. VERY common)...... not good if you like something out of the ordinary.

Performance wise is where the TT… Read Full Review

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105131_Tj.'s Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 07/06/2003

Andy,
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<br>When I saw the first page of this review I said to myself this must be from someone based in London. Firstly Andy, I have had three TT's over the last 4 years and each and every single one of them have been fantastic. I agree the 225 is the only engine option to go for and why Audi have brought out the 150 in the R'ster is baffling.
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<br>There are upwards of 25,000 TT's on the road in the UK at present.
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<br>As a keen car enthusiast I will always accept someones option and comment's
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<br>Andy, how you can justify that the Nissan 350Z and Rx8 (who cares where they put the engine)are better than the new 3.2 is beyond belief. Japan V Germany!!! ... I have had TT's and S3, an S8 (Temporarily due to a tree and no landing strip outside Bishops Stortfort) and nothing compares to German engineering.
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<br>If you are changing may I recommend any of the above or if you take up a position within the mile in Lonson, get yourself a clip on pony-tail and buy a tidy 911(993) Turbo.
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<br>Good Luck
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<br>TJ

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Wbr4Bruce's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 30/01/2008

I disagree with this review because the TT is so much fun to drive, the responce from the car is instantly enjoyable, the interior trim is excellent as you would expect from Audi. Nissan 350 is a performance car, but look closely at the ticky tacky plasticy dashboard and you will find it is way down market from Audi. Value for money on the second hand market is very good if you avoid the Audi dealers as they are way over the top with their prices.

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341519_Rru553Ll's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 29/01/2008

I agree with most comments, however I have a 180hp TT and performance wise the 225 is 1 second quicker to 62 and 1.5 seconds to 100mph quicker.
<br/>Hardly a posers car, and I've kept up with boy racers in the 225 comfortably until approaching 100 mph and then I had to slow down for traffic reasons.
<br/>Apart from that point I agree with everything else.

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Charliekimberlyte's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 04/01/2006

Have had 2 TT Roadsters (225) and they are the best cars I have ever had. Hubbie has an A8 which I have to say it pretty magnificent but for handling I think the TT is best in the range and I LOVE it.

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204060_Rammer's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 30/07/2005

The 180 I have recently purchased, and it is more than just a posers car, it delivers when needed and turns heads just the same as a 225. In my opinion the TT is a lady's car.

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162789_Guitargenius's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 19/07/2004

Just let me say Nissan 350z
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<br>1, Top gear car of the year
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<br>2, Auto express best car to drive of the year.

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Samm's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 05/05/2004

I can't say I have ever driven a 911 turbo but it is one of the most desirable cars there is and I would not criticize anyone who has one- even if they are old and have a pony tail!
<br>The engine may be way in the back but they are awesome machines and will make a TT225 look like a micra 1.2- even if they do cost 50k more, they are worth every penny, will not lose much value and have far more street cred than any TT will ever have.
<br>My next car will be a Corrado VR6 and I would suggest you drive one of these before going for the ten a penny TT.

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Timmy69's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 06/04/2004

You are obviously a poser yourself who couldn't actually own any of the cars that your review. Some people like a turbo 4 as compared to a NA 6, the turbo 4 has more improvement capabilities. Also how can you rate the various aspects of the car high and end up with such a low overall rating, have you even driven the car?

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Samm's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 23/03/2004

They have road tested a 350z against a tt 225 and the 350z beat it hands down- oh and it costs £6k less!
<br>The RX8 costs about the same as the 180bhp tt so theres no contest there either. Plus an Elise will easily beat this car as will a VX 220 turbo.
<br>I think the TT is a revolutionary car but there is no way it will beat the competition. And beat the max power brigade?? maybe novas but a 300bhp Impreza will make the TT look like a granny car!

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147342_Amjaam's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 12/03/2004

Andy
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<br>I don't agree with your comments about the 180 TT being a possers car!
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<br>I have just bought one and the reason? Because it's the best looking car on the road and the 180 is fast enough for me! Oh, by the way I'm not a hairdresser either!!
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<br>Angi

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Robsmallwood's Response to 88845_Andy.'s Review

Written on: 17/09/2003

When you read comments like.. "Who cares where the engine is", that person obviously has never driven a rear wheel drive mid-engine sports car. They should, the difference in handling and composure is far superior and worthy of true sports cars, not expensive accessories for a hairdresser, i.e. the TT

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