Audi TT (old)

Audi TT

Overall Average Rating - 82.7%Position in the Top 100 cars - 68th


Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 60thBuild Quality: 23rdRunning Costs: 85thPerformance: 18thBraking: 62ndRide Quality: 71stHandling: 24thPracticality: 98thComfort: 62ndEase of Driving: 66th

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“It'll never be the most practical, or the easiest to drive in town, but it is great on the open road. Cracking handling, strong performance and stylish cabin to boot.”

Mr Neil Lewis - Wiltshire

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“Exellent! I smile everytime I get in and drive it. Great for track days...”

Mr Stephen Banks - Bradford

“Great little car. Superb handling and fun to drive. My only gripe is that the 1.8-litre engine has to be above 2500rpm to be usable because of the turbo. I have driven the 3.2 V6 model and I am planning on replacing my car with that model in the very near future. Love the car design, reliability and build quality.”

Mr Malcolm Trounce - Berkshire

“A good run around for a single person who doesn't intend to use it to transport anything more than a few bags of groceries around.”

Mr Mandip Athwal - Middlesex

“I love it, it's a pleasure to drive and it looks great. I've had it upgraded with a few add-on bits and pieces and it now produces 280bhp which really makes a lot of difference and has made it much more fun to drive.”

Mr Martin Dandy - Croydon

“Still looks great (better than new ones), still fun to drive and still pretty reliable.”

Mr Chris Biggs - Hants

“The car is a design icon, but an electrical failure!”

Mr David French - Co. Durham

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 11th)

Dropping out of the top 10 will be disappointing for Audi. Although it lags behind arch-rival BMW, it has at least beaten Volvo and Mercedes. Part of the reason for the firm’'s drop could be reliability niggles. Over the last three years, just over half of Audi'’s customers reported some sort of fault –– that’'s more than Ford, which is hard to justify, given the price of four-ringed top-sellers.

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