A a unique offering in the compact sport market, the 2017 Audi TT continues to make a fashion statement. This year, a few upgrades make it even more desirable.
What's New For 2017
After a redesign in 2016, the Audi continues for 2017 with minor changes. A back-up camera and auto-dimming, power-folding side mirrors are now standard on all models. The newly available Black Optic adds black-out exterior trim.
Choosing Your Audi TT
The 2017 Audi TT is offered both as a coupe and a convertible. The coupe has 2+2 seating with occasional rear seats; the convertible has just two seats.
The TT powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 230 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque; the engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. All trim levels offer selectable driving modes and are equipped with the quattro all-wheel drive system.
Audi has enhanced the slate of standard features for 2017. All models come with a 12.3-inch screen, leather and suede upholstery, 12-way heated front seats, heated washer nozzles, rear parking sensors, and a sporty flat-bottom steering wheel. Other standard equipment includes 18-inch wheels (19s available) and a nine-speaker audio system with HD and satellite radio.
For a little over $3,000, you can add a bundle of safety technology, including lane keeping assistant, an automatic parallel parking system, and a navigation system.
If you want to upgrade your TT's interior, you can add the S Sport Seat package ($1,000), which features Nappa leather sport seats. Another interior option—Audi Design Selection—includes the seats from the S Sport package, along with more leather trim and grey interior accents. This package can be added for approximately $1,700. A premium Bang & Olufsen sound system is a $950 option.
If you're a driving enthusiast, we recommend adding the S Sport Seat package—you'll get the same support as owners of the performance-oriented TTS.
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