2008 Audi TT

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$34,800 - $44,500
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Engine Engine 2.0LI-4
MPG MPG 22 City / 29 Hwy
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2008 TT Overview

Audi has redesigned the TT for the 2008 model year.Audi's goal in the redesign was to make a bigger sports car with better handling characteristics.We think they succeeded.The new car is wider and longer than last year's model for more comfort yet it feels light and tossable.

The 2008 Audi TT will appeal to true sports car enthusiasts and weekend cruisers alike.Handling is crisp and steering is direct.With the standard 17-inch tires, the ride is quite compliant for a sports car, but it can be busy and bumpy with the available 18s and 19s.The interior is top-notch Audi.Tight panel gaps and soft-touch materials abound.The new, bigger TT is more accommodating to larger drivers than most of the other sports cars in this class.Both engine choices offer brisk performance, and the 2.0T is easy on gas.

The new Audi TT comes in a range of body styles, with engine and transmission options, and available all-wheel drive.You can choose anything from an affordable, high-mileage hatchback with plenty of cargo capacity to a more-powerful, high-end two-seat roadster with unique interior appointments.Watch your options, though, because pricing can run high.No matter what TT you choose, you'll be sure to have fun behind the wheel.

The TT is once again offered as a two-seat roadster or 2+2 coupe.Each is available with front-wheel drive or quattro all-wheel drive.Both body styles are 5.4 inches longer and 3.1 inches wider than the previous TT, which was last offered in 2006.The wheelbase has grown as well, up 1.8 inches to 97.2, but the weight is down more than 150 pounds, thanks to the extensive use of aluminum.V6 and turbocharged four-cylinder engines return, but the four-cylinder is a 2.0-liter instead of a 1.8.

Both the coupe and roadster are offered as front-wheel-drive 2.0T and all-wheel-drive 3.2 quattro models.The 2.0T models have a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 200 horsepower between 5100 and 6000 rpm and 207 pound-feet of torque from 1800 rpm to 5000 rpm.The 3.2 quattros use a 3.2-liter V6 that produces 250 horsepower at 6300 rpm and 236 pound-feet of torque from 2500 to 3000 rpm.

The 2.0T has EPA fuel economy ratings of 22 mpg city and 29 highway for the roadster and 23/31 for the coupe.EPA ratings for the 3.2 quattros are 17/24 for roadsters and 18/24 for coupes.Audi recommends premium fuel for both engines.
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2008 TT Overview

Audi has redesigned the TT for the 2008 model year.Audi's goal in the redesign was to make a bigger sports car with better handling characteristics.We think they succeeded.The new car is wider and longer than last year's model for more comfort yet it feels light and tossable.

The 2008 Audi TT will appeal to true sports car enthusiasts and weekend cruisers alike.Handling is crisp and steering is direct.With the standard 17-inch tires, the ride is quite compliant for a sports car, but it can be busy and bumpy with the available 18s and 19s.The interior is top-notch Audi.Tight panel gaps and soft-touch materials abound.The new, bigger TT is more accommodating to larger drivers than most of the other sports cars in this class.Both engine choices offer brisk performance, and the 2.0T is easy on gas.

The new Audi TT comes in a range of body styles, with engine and transmission options, and available all-wheel drive.You can choose anything from an affordable, high-mileage hatchback with plenty of cargo capacity to a more-powerful, high-end two-seat roadster with unique interior appointments.Watch your options, though, because pricing can run high.No matter what TT you choose, you'll be sure to have fun behind the wheel.

The TT is once again offered as a two-seat roadster or 2+2 coupe.Each is available with front-wheel drive or quattro all-wheel drive.Both body styles are 5.4 inches longer and 3.1 inches wider than the previous TT, which was last offered in 2006.The wheelbase has grown as well, up 1.8 inches to 97.2, but the weight is down more than 150 pounds, thanks to the extensive use of aluminum.V6 and turbocharged four-cylinder engines return, but the four-cylinder is a 2.0-liter instead of a 1.8.

Both the coupe and roadster are offered as front-wheel-drive 2.0T and all-wheel-drive 3.2 quattro models.The 2.0T models have a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 200 horsepower between 5100 and 6000 rpm and 207 pound-feet of torque from 1800 rpm to 5000 rpm.The 3.2 quattros use a 3.2-liter V6 that produces 250 horsepower at 6300 rpm and 236 pound-feet of torque from 2500 to 3000 rpm.

The 2.0T has EPA fuel economy ratings of 22 mpg city and 29 highway for the roadster and 23/31 for the coupe.EPA ratings for the 3.2 quattros are 17/24 for roadsters and 18/24 for coupes.Audi recommends premium fuel for both engines.Hide Full Review