- 34,200 Miles
- Year Built: 2014(14)
Here we have a Fabulous and Rare Top of the Range Audi TT RS Plus Coupe Quattro (All Wheel Drive) with the amazing S-Tronic Automatic gearbox finished in the Stunning Launch Colour Misano Red with the Upgraded Black RS Embossed Leather Sports Seats. First registered 2nd March 2014 , It has travelled 34,200 Miles with only 1 previous Owner, then supplied to the current VAG Enthusiast owner as an Approved Used Audi.
2.5 litre, 5 Pot Turbo, 350bhp twinned with the S-tronic Semi Automatic Gearbox meaning 0-60 is seen off in a swift 4.1 Seconds, Top Speed of 174mph and a claimed combined 33 Mpg.
The Audi TTRS is already the Top of the Range, however this car has a nice cost options list:
- Electric Front Seats (£740)
- Misano Red (£525)
- Comfort Pack (£510)
- Bose Surround Sound (£485)
- Electric Folding Door Mirrors (£345)
- Adaptive Lighting (£330)
- Privacy Glass (£330)
- Mobile Phone Prepration (£145)
- Interior Light Package (£125)
- High Beam Assist (£125)
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring (£75)
- That’s £3,735 in options, giving a staggering price of £54,455 New!
This car also benefits from a Stage 1 Tune at 32,679 Miles, which will see the power to around 400bhp.
Standard Specification Includes :
- RS Body Styling with unique Bumpers, Fixed High Level Spoiler, Side Skirts and Signature RS Honeycomb Grilles.
- 19″ Bi-Colour Rotor Alloys.
- Xenon Headlights with Daytime Running Lights.
- RS Sports Suspension .
- RS Braking System.
- Audi Drive Select.
- Audi RNS Satellite Navigation System.
- Bluetooth Telephone Integration.
- Audi Parking System Plus – acoustic and visual park assist system for the front and rear.
- Heated Front Seats.
- Flat Bottom Multi Function Steering Wheel with Paddle Shift
- Aluminium Race Inlays.
- Black Headlining.
- Automatic Air Con.
- TT RS Aluminium Door Inlays.
- Auto Dimming Rear Mirror.
- Electric Windows.
- Auto Lights and Wipers.
- Fitted Carpet Mats.
This example has Full Audi Service History being serviced at 14,285 , 25,798, 28,651 and 32,025 Miles in December 2017 to prepare the car to be an Audi Approved used vehicle costing £1339.97 internally, It has also had intermediate services, over and above the Audi schedule. This car is still under the Audi Approved used Warranty.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
When launched in 2009 the TT RS, Audi dared to shake the dust from the memory of one its greatest cars: the all-wheel-drive, five-cylinder Quattro. Dared, because in the 20-odd years since it disappeared, Ingolstadt has never quite managed to capture the magic of that 1980 trailblazer – partly because the manufacturer has never configured a car in quite the same way, but mainly because it has failed to deliver a driving experience quite as fulfilling.
The key to the RS is its turbocharged 2.5-litre, 20-valve in-line five, an engine configuration deliberately intended to evoke memories, mostly aural, of one of Audi’s greatest triumphs on road and track in the original Quattro. This new engine is substantially more potent, of course, putting out 335bhp and a thumping 332lb ft of torque instead of the 197bhp and 210lb ft of the earlier engine. It is a good-looking motor, too, its cam covers finished in crackle red paint and exposed for all to see rather than being buried beneath a plastic cover.
For an idea of how swift this car can be, consider that it can cover the 30-70mph sprint through the gears in just 4.4sec, and make the same leap using fourth gear alone in 6.4sec. And the all-out sprint to 60mph requires just 4.7sec, a number that convincingly eclipses the Porsche Cayman S’s 5.1sec, for instance. Unusually, there is no performance penalty for specifying a drop-top model over the coupé. (This TT RS would be quicker of course)