2.0 TDI Ultra Sport 2dr
- Vehicle Year, 2017
- Mileage, 59,355 miles
- Fuel Type, Diesel
- Transmission Type, Manual
Full price.£12,980Price per month. hp. £283
Price reductions on selected cars, from £250 - £1000 off
Getting a used Audi TT ensures you get to drive one of the most recognisable sports cars on the market, thanks to its sleek styling and strong reputation. This German pocket rocket is great during the week and at the weekend when you want to let your hair down, and it’s packed with features like smartphone mirroring and heated seats. You can choose a used Audi TT with an automatic or a manual gearbox, with options for both petrol and diesel engines. Purchase or finance a used Audi TT.
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
2.0 TDI Ultra Sport 2dr
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A used Audi TT is the obvious sports car option for so many people – it stands out.
On the used market, the TT is very competitively priced, which also makes it one of the most attractive options out there for first-time sports car buyers and car enthusiasts alike.
There are also a huge range of trims to choose from – even if you’re opting for a used TT model – like the sporty S Line and the luxe Black Edition.
– Read our Audi TT review
Inside is where a used Audi TT really shines, because it's got one of the best interiors in its class. Everything is well put-together and well-placed throughout the cabin.
As with all other Audi models, there are so many different options available, but no matter which trim level you opt for, you won’t be disappointed.
Kit options include heated leather seats, a Bang and Olufsen sound system, a multifunction steering wheel, a 12.3-inch virtual driver’s cockpit as standard, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
Now, as for storage space, you’d expect there to be next to none with this being a sports car – but in actual fact, there's plenty.
The boot of the TT measures 305 litres, which isn’t much smaller than that of the VW Golf.
A used Audi TT shouldn’t give you issues with reliability because the German brand is synonymous with building long-lasting products.
Thanks to its sublime build quality and a great selection of strong and reliable engines, there's no reason why you should have any doubts about your TT.
Don’t be fooled by the sports car looks because the 2.0-litre petrol engine in many Audi TTs should be able to get up to around 40mpg, while diesel variants are even more efficient.
Naturally, performance TTS and TT RS models will cost more to run, including in insurance and maintenance, but the regular TT is unlikely to cost much more to run than your typical family hatchback.
A used Audi TT is a very good car to drive – it offers excellent performance while still giving you the confidence to push the car harder thanks to its quattro all-wheel-drive system and trusty gearbox.
It’s a great pick for anyone after a stylish set of wheels, and it’s surprisingly practical for a small coupé.
All of these are excellent in their own right, but when it comes to tight British roads and living with one on a daily basis, very few beat the TT.
Yes, all Audi TT models come with the quattro all-wheel-drive system, enhancing traction, stability and performance in varying driving conditions.
Audi's Drive Select in the TT enables customisation of driving modes, adjusting parameters like throttle response and suspension to suit preferences, from dynamic performance to comfort.
The Audi TT RS boasts aerodynamic excellence with features like a fixed rear wing and front splitter, optimising airflow for enhanced downforce and stability.
Following its most recent Euro NCAP safety test in 2015, the Audi TT scored four out of five stars and offers strong adult and child occupant protection.
Introduced in 1998, the Audi TT is an iconic sports car known for its distinctive design. Evolving through generations, it blends performance and style and has become Audi's flagship sports car for the masses.