Consumer Reviews Summary
2 of 2 (100%) customers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.
2012 Audi TT Overview
The sporty 2012 Audi TT is available as a four-seat Coupe or two-seat convertible Roadster, and in two trim levels: Premium Plus and Prestige.
Both the coupe and roadster models are powered by a 211-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine that puts out 258 pounds-feet of torque. It is capable of going from zero to 60 mpg in 5.3 seconds. Equipped with Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive, the TT utilizes a six-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission with optional manual control using the center console shift lever or steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. The available sport-tuned suspension is equipped with electromagnetic adaptive controls, allowing the driver to switch between Normal and Sport modes, depending on the type of driving they’re engaged in.
The TT has an EPA fuel economy rating of 23 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
The Audi TT Coupe seats four (sort of) with two leather sport seats for driver and front passenger, and a 50/50 split folding rear seatback. We wouldn’t recommend putting anyone in the back seats, they’re good as an extra storage space but that’s about it. The Roadster seats two and shares the same leather front seating as the Coupe. The front seats offer ten-way power driver and front passenger settings, and a four-way power lumbar adjustment. Fine Napa leather sport seats and heated front seats are available. Interior design touches include a leather armrest, brushed aluminum inlays, and an available interior LED lighting package. The base audio system includes an auxiliary input jack, satellite radio, and Bluetooth® connectivity. A premium Bose sound system, six-CD changer, iPod cable, and navigation system with real-time traffic, and full-color 6.5-inch LCD screen are available.
The Audi TT features a sleek, aerodynamic style with low-slung, fastback roof and smooth, rounded nose. Xenon headlights are trimmed with a horizontal string of LED daytime running lights and fog lights are accented in chrome. The rear of the TT features a chrome-tipped dual exhaust, and automatic retractable rear spoiler that extends to improve downforce and includes a manual override mode. The Roadster’s power folding soft top raises or lowers in 12 seconds at the touch of a button and can even be operated when moving at speeds below 31 mph.
An available S line package spices up the exterior even more and includes 19-inch seven twin-spoke alloy wheels, single-frame front grille, S line front and rear bumpers, brushed aluminum doorsills, S-line leather-wrapped steering wheel, and custom seat inserts.
Safety features include front, knee, and thorax-protecting side airbags for the driver and front passenger, and side curtain airbags for front and rear occupants in the coupe. The Roadster is equipped with roll bars. Front ventilated and rear disc brakes employ brake assist for reduced braking distance, and electronic stability and traction control provide added safety and driver control.