2017 Audi Tt Quattro Roadster Owners Manual
With last year's redesign, the 2017 Audi TT lost much of the cute and quirky style it was known for in the past. Now, it's an edgier, higher-performing and more serious luxury car. With a body that echoes the exotic Audi R8 and a cockpit that is a technological showpiece, the TT coupe and convertible represent one of the most intriguing choices in the class. The Audi TT's appeal is more than skin-deep, too. The 2.0-liter engine delivers a healthy punch of power and its sharp handling is enhanced with standard all-wheel drive.
Thankfully, all of this athleticism doesn't come at the expense of comfort, as it's easy to live with from day to day. The Edmunds A-Rated Audi TT compares favorably against some tough rivals that include the Porsche Cayman and Boxster models, BMW's 2 Series and the Mercedes-Benz SLC. All of these choices are capable of making the driver feel like they're driving a true luxury car or a serious performance machine. The 2017 Audi TT gets a slight edge for its broader range of both, so we encourage shoppers to add it to their must-consider list. Standard safety features for all 2017 Audi TT models include traction and stability control, antilock disc brakes, front knee airbags and front side airbags that protect occupants' heads and abdomens and a rearview camera. The coupe also includes side curtain airbags for additional head protection while the convertible has rollover hoops behind the seats. Management Accounting Eldenburg Solutions Manual.
Optional items include front and rear parking sensors and a blind-spot monitor. In Edmunds brake testing, the Audi TT stopped from 60 mph in 103 feet.
Check out the Audi TT / TTS review at CARandDRIVER.com. A manual, sadly, is not offered. The TT is available as both. 2016 Audi TT Coupe.
Although this is the same as a base Porsche Cayman, it is still an extremely short distance for any car. The Audi TT is one of those cars that you look forward to driving every day. Power delivery is smooth and linear and the ride quality deftly balances performance and comfort. With all-wheel drive standard, it's a delight to unleash on a tight twisting mountain road, encouraging drivers to push harder with each turn.
On the highway, there is some road noise, but it's not particularly intrusive. Switching to the Dynamic drive mode adds more engine and exhaust noise for a sporty soundtrack as well as quick throttle responses. Whether you tend towards sports cars or comfortable touring, the TT will suit you either way. As with other Audi models, the TT's interior artfully blends high technology with an understated and minimalist design.
Likewise, the materials used and build quality is excellent. In a time when other cars are cluttered with a mass of buttons and readouts, the TT's simplicity is refreshing. The virtual gauge cluster not only displays the speed and other vitals, but also handles audio, navigation and secondary system controls, too. The majority of functions are controlled via the MMI knob mounted on the center console right where your hand normally rests. The system works flawlessly, with quick responses and super sharp graphics that are easy to read at a glance. Some of the menus take some getting used to, but it quickly becomes intuitive.
Further enhancing the cockpit's simplicity are the placement of the climate control knobs in the center of the circular vents and the lack of a center infotainment screen. Its front seats provide plenty of support and cushioning for hours of comfortable touring and there are enough adjustments to ensure that tall and short occupants will find a perfect driving position. The coupe's rear seats are very small and even children may find them too confining. It's best to think of those seats as a secondary cargo area. Trunk space is adequate with 12 cubic feet of capacity for the coupe. Fitting a golf bag with a driver will likely require folding the rear seats flat, but that isn't unusual for cars in this class.
The convertible's capacity of only 7.5 cu-ft may be a deal breaker for some. Interior storage for either body style is also lacking, with only a few small pockets and bins.
We won't beat around the bush: We think the Audi TT is one of the best cars in its segment, which is why we gave it an A rating. Handsome, luxurious and electrifying to drive, the TT is a car that owners will look forward to driving every single day. The Audi TT first burst onto the scene in late 1998 as a slick two-door coupe (and, later, a two-seat roadster) notable for its rounded and almost cutesy Bauhaus-inspired styling. Today's TT is more sporty and purposeful. Redesigned just last year, the new TT has a sporty edge to it, with styling cues that resemble Audi's R8 supercar. Available as a four-seat coupe or a two-seat convertible, the TT is a handsome car outside and in, with a luxurious cabin that practically overflows with new technology. Whatever you call the new TT, don't call it cute.
One of our favorite features of the TT's interior is Audi's Virtual Cockpit instrument panel, a high-resolution full-video screen that can shrink the virtual analog gauges to make space for the Multimedia Interface (MMI) display, with functions controlled by a knob just aft of the shifter. Virtual Cockpit can also show a moving map display with satellite images from Google Earth — very cool. But what we love most about the TT is the way it drives. The TT is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 220 horsepower and a strong 258 pound-feet of torque. Driving all four wheels via a six-speed automanual transmission, the TT served up a 5.5-second zero-to-60-mph run in Edmunds testing, a figure that compares well against its rivals.
EPA fuel economy estimates are 26 mpg combined (23 city/30 highway) for both coupe and roadster models. The TT Coupe is a reasonably practical car, with 12 cubic feet of cargo space, though fitting in a set of golf clubs will require folding the rear seatback — no big loss as the rear seats are tight and confining, even for small children. The convertible has only 7.5 cubic feet of trunk space, which could be a deal-breaker for potential buyers who like to travel (unless they like to travel to clothing-optional resorts).
That said, a blast out on the open road may well change their mind. Not only is the TT's power delivery quick and linear, but it's brilliant in the turns, practically begging the driver to push harder with every corner.
Road noise is noticeable but not intrusive, and it's easy to drown it out by switching the TT to Dynamic mode, which turns up the exhaust noise and quickens the powertrain response. The ride provides a perfect balance between performance and comfort, making the TT a great choice for both sporty driving and leisurely touring — and that's why we love it so. Both roadster and coupe models are offered in a single trim level with additional features bundled into packages.
How should you configure yours? Let Edmunds help find the perfect 2017 Audi TT for you. 2017 Audi TT Overview The 2017 Audi TT is offered in the following submodels:,. Available styles include 2.0T quattro 2dr Coupe AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM), and 2.0T quattro 2dr Convertible AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM). What do people think of the 2017 Audi TT? Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2017 Audi TT and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2017 TT 5 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars.
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