23Audi TT

Audi TT (2006-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Audi TT 2023 and Audi TT 2025.
23Audi TT
4.3

14 reviews

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79%14%7%

Build Quality
5.0
Value for Money
3.8
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.8
Noise Level
4.0
Braking
4.6
Acceleration / Power
4.6
Gear Shifting
4.5
Suspension
4.8
Fuel Efficiency
4.4
Handling
5.0
Interior Design
5.0
Boot Size
4.4
Comfort
4.0
Features
4.2

Reviews

14 reviews
Taldree
TaldreeQLD, 422019 posts
  Verified Coupe S Line

Audi, no after sales service, Car good so far

Purchased a new TT in Feb 21, car so far has been excellent however, I'm just starting to experience the Audi after sales support. Emailed some general questions to Audi Customer Support, eg Extended Warranty Purchase, but have no answer from them after an initial acknowledgment. Emailed my local Audi dealer service centre but heard nothing from them at all. Maybe I should have bought the Lexus, brilliant after sales service I hear. Well, I'll drive the TT for a while and see what happens, then probably a Lexus. Show details
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Taldree
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Car still great, normal servicing of car at the dealer is a good service, but Audi Australia still lack customer service and appear to have no communication with their dealers.

Rob G
Rob GSydney, NSW13 posts
  Coupe S Line

Perfection - sexy - sleek - amazing to drive - makes you feel awesome

I have a red Audit tt 2015. Such a sexy sports car, gorgeous inside and out, very fast and looks amazing. One of the best buys of my life.
Highly recommend this vehicle if you want a friendly sports car that has loads of room for items, way better then two-seater. Show details
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Lanare
LanareSouth East Queensland, QLD13 posts
  Verified Coupe Sport

Awesome car, just pricey. 8/10 Fun. 2/10 Value

Really great car. Audi Springwood were awesome about the sale. No issues anywhere and a decent deal on the car.

The dual-clutch gearbox is nice, but on a cold morning trying to put along slowly to get warmed up, it can jerk around a bit. Nothing to be worried about, but when you spend $80,000+ on a car, I didn't expect it.

The car is gorgeous inside and out and is quite fun to drive. It isn't insanely fast, but it's relatively quick. It doesn't get your heart racing because it's so easy and perfected with speed and precision. It's a very nice car to have. Just, at it's value for money over price, I wouldn't get another one. Show details

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John C.
John C.Darling Downs, QLD6 posts
  Coupe S Line

Best car ever driven

This is a fun fast car. The MK3 is the best version with its concept taken from the R8 it has a mad look and you catch all the eyes on the street. I had this car for 2 years and regular service and so far there is no issue at all. Absolutely loved this car :) Show details
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GuyM
GuyMCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC2 posts
  8N

Best car I've ever owned

Owned my 2004 Audi TT for 7 years. Kept it regularly serviced (oncer per year due to low k's) and it was reliable and fun every single day. Had one electrical thermostat problem but the local RACV repairer fixed it for a few hundred bucks. Great car all the way. Fast and fun. Only good for primary school kids in the back seat though. Show details
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Rob
RobSydney, NSW6 posts
  Verified Coupe Sport

Surprisingly versatile

Plenty of space for everyday use once you’ve folded the rear seats. Have carried a mountain bike (front wheel off) in there and a 2,1m painting with the front passenger seat folded too! Never tried fitting passengers in the back. Quick enough for everyday use, though on wet roads the front wheels spin too easily if you’re in a hurry away from the lights. Handling seems pretty good, it’s low and on big tyres, but when experts say the steering lacks feel, I know what they mean. Not really an issue, though. Very economical on fuel, though Audi dealer servicing isn’t cheap. love the virtual instruments/satnav display and the overall build quality.

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HsH999
HsH999Melbourne6 posts
  8N

So stylish and fun to drive

So nice to drive, turbo and insanely fast for a 1.8 litre. On the downside, not built well, just look up online they pretty much ALL have problems. Engine is 100% but electronics, lights, trim, power steering, sensors even the fuel gauge... all broken and tempremental. Not a good daily driver.

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Msun
MsunGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC7 posts
  Coupe S Line
Haleyr
Haleyr2 posts
  Coupe S Line

Good car

Great car. Amazing car to drive. Very fast and light. Amazing functions in the dash board. Owned for a couple of years and very regrettable sale. Will buy another in future. The new shape is much better than the pre 2014 models. Audi have done a good job on this car

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paul
paulSydney7 posts
  8J

2010 TT OIL leak and road noise

my TT has only done 29000 kms has a rear engine oil seal leak $2000 repair

tyres are lumpy giving excessive road noise

now out of warranty

approached Audi but didnt want to know me

shouldnt have these problems with a prestige car such as this..especially with low mileage

would not buy audi again...

oil leaks expensive if anything goes wrong tyres expensive expensive service

Huntsman
HuntsmanWide Bay-Burnett, QLD52 posts
  8J

So good it's boring!

Had my TT from new in 2007.

Never had any problems at all - 100% perfect! No rattles, sqeaks or anything replaced (even battery is still original). Car always starts first go and goes hard. Pirelli P zeros grip like there's no tomorrow.

Best car I've ever had but I still wouldn't knock back a new 911....
Design, handeling, fuel economy, pracicality
Service costs are high - more than my previous Lexus or Mercedes. Show details ·  1

paulc1051
paulc1051South Australia, 503918 posts
  8N
supersonic1504
supersonic1504
  8N

Good

Loads of fun, economical and great looking. As long as you service it properly the mechanicals are A1. Electrics are the only bugbear.
Fun to drive, economical but more then sporty enough when you put the foot down. Servicing not as expensive as many other euro makes. Practical with hatch and folding rear seats. Handles well and has safety features ahead of its time. Still looks gorgeous and turns heads. Always leaves a smile on your face.
Early build quality not as good as I would have liked. 2 adults only, despite the appearance of rear seats. Electrical problems in later life. Sound system is top notch but costs a packet when it fails.
detective_boy
detective_boy29 posts
  8J

Good

This is a car you must buy if you want something with lookds and if you can afford it. The optional upgrade to a bose sound system is also a must have as this car will be blasting with great audio.
This car is very stylish, it is resoanbly fast, it also has a turbo which will imrpove the performance of this vehicle and that the sound system you get is not reasonably bad.
This is a fuel consumption car as the price of fuel is not cheap these days and that this car could be a lot more faster for the price of this car.

Questions & Answers

jack g.
jack g. · TT (2006-2024)

Timing chain life

GuyM
GuyM  

must be changed every 90,000 k's

Oliver Smith
Oliver Smith · TT (2006-2024)

I just purchased a 2006 3.2 TT. Is that black charger looking thing a phone charger?

Huntsman
Huntsman  
Greg3043
Greg3043 · TT (2006-2024)

My audi tt roadster is out of warranty audi have said I can extend my warranty a further 2 years for 3000 dollars does anyone feel this is a wise move I have 20000 klms on the clock

Huntsman
Huntsman  

I've never had a warranty claim on my car so I wouldn't do it, especially the low km's it's travelled

Vince.

paul
paul  

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CategorySports Cars and ConvertiblesSports Cars and ConvertiblesSports Cars and ConvertiblesSports Cars and Convertibles
Starting Price $81,255$74,700$105,001$137,240
TransmissionDual-Clutch (DCT) and ManualDual-Clutch (DCT) and ManualDual-Clutch (DCT)Dual-Clutch (DCT)
Drive TypeFour Wheel Drive (4WD) and Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD) and Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrolPetrolPetrol
Wheels19" Alloy18" Alloy19" Alloy20" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars
Fuel Consumption6.6 L/100km6.6 L/100km7.2 L/100km8.4 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 55 L55 L55 L55 L
Engine4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L5 Cylinder 2.5L
Max Power169kW @ 6200rpm169kW @ 6200rpm210kW @ 6200rpm294kW @ 7000rpm
Max Torque370Nm @ 1600-4300rpm370Nm @ 1600-4300rpm380Nm @ 1800-5200rpm480Nm @ 1700-5850rpm
Country of ManufactureHungaryHungaryHungaryHungary
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)
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