Audi TT review - MPG, CO2 and Running Costs
The TT is efficient to run, and holds its value well - familiar petrol engines deliver mix of performance and economy
The least powerful 2.0-litre petrol, the 40 TFSI, comes with a 7-speed S tronic gearbox, claiming 46.3mpg economy and 138g/km emissions, while the 45 TFSI – in front-wheel-drive S tronic guise – delivers 43.5mpg and 147g/km. Choose this model with a manual gearbox and fuel economy stays the same at 43.5mpg, but emissions rise to 150g/km.
Add quattro 4WD to the 45 TFSI S tronic auto model, and you’re looking at 40.4mpg and 161g/km. Interestingly, the quattro powertrain also comes with a five-litre bigger fuel tank at 55 litres.
Predictably, the 40 TFSI models are the cheapest versions of the Audi TT to insure; they fall into group 35. The 45 TFSI is in group 37 in both manual and S tronic guises and group 39 for the quattro model.
The Audi TT is more expensive than ever. Prices start at around £32,000, so the entry point for ownership is over £3,000 higher than it was for the old car. Still, this stylish coupe has traditionally held on to its value well, so you can expect to get a decent return on your investment.
In this review
- 1Audi TT reviewThe Audi TT backs up its head-turning looks with an engaging drive and plenty of tech
- 2Engines, performance and drivePunchy petrol models offer strong ability, especially with quattro four-wheel drive
- 3MPG, CO2 and Running Costs - currently readingThe TT is efficient to run, and holds its value well - familiar petrol engines deliver mix of performance and economy
- 4Interior, design and technologyThe TT's iconic exterior design wraps around a beautifully executed cabin featuring a raft of gadgets
- 5Practicality, comfort and boot spaceThe back seats are of little practical use, but the Audi TT makes a surprisingly spacious two-seater
- 6Reliability and SafetyOur annual Driver Power satisfaction survey suggests Audi has reliability issues, but safety isn't a problem area for the TT