- 43,900 Miles
- Year Built: 2015(64)
Here we have the renowned and fantastic looking Audi TT S-Line, Coupe, 2.0 TDI (190ps) Ultra, with Manual Gearbox. Finished in the Stunning Cost Option Mythos Black Metallic with the Half Black Leather S-Line Embossed Sports Seats. First registered 13th January 2015 (64 Registration) Just 2 Owners and 43,900 Miles from new.
First of the fantastic new face lift model, Completely revised styling and interior, Brisk 2.0 TDI Ultra 190Ps Engine, 6 speed manual gearbox, make for some interesting figures, 0-62mph in 7.1 seconds, a top speed of 150mph and claimed 67.3mpg Combined, and a £20 a Year road tax, yes you did read that right.
Lovely Extra Cost Options list:
- Technology (Tech) Pack (£1,795)
- Satellite Navigation System High
- Audi Connect for Smartphone
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- MMI Plus
- Sound and Comfort Pack (£1,590)
- Bang and Olufsen Sound System
- Park System Rear
- Front Centre Armrest
- Audi Parking System Plus Front and Rear Parking with Visual Display (£840)
- Mythos Black Metallic (£575)
- Privacy Glass (£450)
- Heated Front Seats (£325)
- Cruise Control (£295)
- Electric Heated Folding Door Mirrors (£280)
- LED Interior Light Package (£270)
- High Beam Assist (£160)
- Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror (£110)
- That makes £6,690 in options.
Standard Specification Includes :
- S-Line Body Styling with Revised Bumpers, Grilles and Side Skirts
- 19 Inch, 5 Arm Alloy Wheels
- Raising Rear Spoiler
- LED Adaptive Headlights
- Dynamic Rear Indicators
- Sports Suspension
- Sports Braking System
- Audi Drive Select
- Audi Virtual Cockpit – 12.3” full-colour digital instrument cluster for the flexible display of information tailored to the driver. Displays the following:
► Vehicle/engine speed
► 3D Satellite Navigation map
► Radio/media information
► Driver assistance systems
► All MMI functionalities (e.g. telephone, car settings etc)
- DAB Digital Radio
- S-Line 1/2 Leather Sport Front Seats
- Flat Bottom Multi Function Steering Wheel with Paddle Shift
- Aluminium Inlays
- Black Headlining
- Deluxe automatic air conditioning with integrated digital displays in vents
- Keyless Push Button Start
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
- Electric Windows
- Auto Lights and Wipers
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Audi Service History, visiting the dealership February 2017 at 15,104 Miles, February 2019 at 29,150 Miles and Most Recently Just completed in October 2019 at 41,685 Miles.
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”
Numerous 5 star reviews – Simply sumptuous. Even after spending a short time behind the wheel of the new TT, you’re left with a lasting impression of just how pleasing it would be to live with every day.
Now it’s time for a look at the TT for buyers as fuel-conscious as they are image-conscious, the diesel-powered 2.0-litre TDI Ultra. It’s forecast to be the biggest seller of the range in the UK.
If the on-paper figures are anything to go by, the black-pump TT puts forward a pretty compelling case for itself: 0-62mph in 7.1 seconds, a top speed of 150mph yet combined fuel economy of 67.3mpg and tax-friendly CO2 emissions of 110g/km.
There’s 182bhp on tap but more pertinently 280lb ft of torque (more than a Seat Leon Cupra) and it’s the latter that makes it a surprisingly brisk car. When you need it, there’s rapid and pleasantly lag-free acceleration available and when you don’t the TDI lump is smooth and hushed. The new 2015 Audi TT TDI diesel sounds okay too.
Audi has put a lot of work into trimming any excess weight from the TT, and it feels nimble and keen to change direction as a result. There is hardly any lean in the body when you turn the wheel into a bend.
In front of the driver is the foot-and-a-bit wide LCD ‘Virtual Cockpit’ instrument panel you’ve already heard so much about, with switchable displays including different layouts for the tacho and speedometer and a full-bleed navigation map (which isn’t always as easy to follow as you might hope). The display is sharp and attractive, impervious to both bright sunlight and polarised sunglasses and straightforward to command, using a mixture of steering wheel controls and the latest generation of Audi’s familiar turn ’n’ click MMI controller near the gearlever. After a bit of trial and error even the most technophobic of drivers will have the measure of it. Circular air vents which feature integrated control functions and displays for the air conditioning are another highlight.
Some things seem too good to be true, and we wouldn’t blame you for thinking the TT Ultra was one of them. Not only is the diesel model cheaper to buy and run then both its petrol counterparts, but it’s also predicted to hold on to its value better,