2016 Audi TT quattro (S tronic) Coupe
- 23 City
- 30 Hwy
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2016 Audi TT Buyer's Guide
When the visually stunning Audi TT coupe and convertible debuted, the unusually styled model was an immediate sensation. Breaking entirely new ground in the automotive marketplace, absolutely nothing else looked like the TT, drove like it, or was equipped like it. Arguments abounded over whether it was a sports car, grand tourer, or something else entirely. For the record, this is still up for debate. Audi has demonstrated a knack for making the TT just sporty enough to be interesting, while keeping it just mainstream enough to have an appeal to a reasonably wide audience. The 2016 Audi TT is once again new, once again offered as both a coupe and a convertible, and with its introduction, arguments swirling around the ovoid shaped two-door continue.
What's the difference between trims?2016 Audi TT 2.0T
- LED headlights
- Power front seats
- Audi virtual cockpit
- Leather upholstery
What makes it move?
Power for the 2016 Audi TT comes from the Volkswagen Group’s (Audi’s parent company) 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four cylinder engine with direct injection and variable valve timing. It is calibrated to produce 230 horsepower and 258 ft-lbs of torque. While the power counts may sound a bit low, the 2016 Audi TT is some 110 pounds lighter than the 2015 model, thanks to its aluminum engine cover, roof, fenders, doors, and rear hatch. All-wheel drive is standard, along with a six-speed automated manual dual-clutch transmission.
Why buy the 2016 Audi TT?
Audi is pushing the TT more toward the performance side of the equation to sharpen its identity. The new 2016 Audi TT is both lighter and offers more power than the outgoing 2015 Audi TT it replaces. The interior has been redesigned to be even more driver focused than before, and the slick new climate control system is definitely an eye-pleaser. Virtual instrumentation takes the new TT even farther into the realm of the futuristic, while adding considerably to the entertainment factor of driving the Audi sportster. Audi’s Drive Select system gives the driver control over the Quattro all-wheel drive system—in addition to steering, suspension and throttle response. Rather than a loose interpretation of an original, the Audi TT is a bona fide original.