- 11,700 Miles
- Year Built: 2016(66)
Here we have the renowned and fantastic looking Audi TT-S, Quattro, Convertible, 2.0 TFSI (310ps) with the Fantastic S-Tronic Automatic Gearbox. Finished in the Stunning Cost Option Tango Red Metallic with the Black Leather Embossed Super Sports Seats. First registered 7th December 2016 (66 Registration) Just 2 Owners and amazingly low Genuine 11,700 Miles from new.
First of the fantastic new face lift model, Completely revised styling and interior, Superb 2.0 Turbo TFSI Petrol Engine shared with the Audi S3, (310Ps) Engine, S-Tronic Semi-Automatic Gearbox, make for some fantastic figures, 0-62mph in 4.9 seconds, a top speed of 155mph Limited and claimed 39.8mpg Combined.
Lovely Extra Cost Options list:
- Technology (Tech) Pack (£1,490)
- Satellite Navigation System High
- Audi Connect for Smartphone
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- MMI Plus
- Open Top Package (£1,270)
- Head/Neck Scarf Level Heating
- Heated Front Seats
- Electronic Wind Deflector
- Sound and Comfort Pack (£1,190)
- Electronic Automatic Climate Control
- Park System Rear
- Front Centre Armrest
- Electric Front Seats (£995)
- Bang and Olufsen (B&O) Sound System (£625)
- Tango Red Metallic (£575)
- Brake Calipers Painted Red with TTS Logo (£325)
- Electric Folding, Heated, Dimming Wing Mirrors (£280)
- High Beam Assist (£160)
- Storage Package (£175)
- That makes £7,085 in options.
Standard Specification Includes :
- TTS Body Styling with Revised Bumpers, Grilles and Side Skirts
- 19 Inch, 5 Arm Alloy Wheels
- Raising Rear Spoiler
- LED Adaptive Headlights
- Dynamic Rear Indicators
- Audi Magnetic Ride 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
- TTS Supersport Black Leather Front Seats
- Flat Bottom Multi Function Steering Wheel with Paddle Shift
- Cruise Control
- Aluminium Inlays
- Keyless Push Button Start
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
- Electric Folding Roof
- LED Interior Light Package
- Electric Windows
- Auto Lights and Wipers
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Specialist Service History, Completed Dec 17 @4,792 Miles, Dec 18 @8,817 Miles and Most Recently Just completed in Dec 19 at 11,195 Miles with Haldex and Brake Fluid. Matching Factory Spec Bridgestone Tyres with good tread All Round.
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”
The Audi TT Roadster takes on the BMW Z4 and Mercedes SLK in the premium roadster class, but beats both when it comes to fuel economy, performance and price. We think it’s the best-looking of the three, too, with its chiseled features and gorgeous minimalist interior.
A regular TT roadster gets a healthy 227bhp from its 2-litre turbocharged engine (or 181bhp if you opt for the frugal 114g/km CO2 diesel version). The TTS uses an enhanced version of the same engine, with strengthened internals, a larger turbocharger with more boost pressure and a bigger intercooler to release 306bhp. This is fed to all four wheels via a six-speed gearbox, either manual or double-clutch automatic. The TTS delivers explosive straight-line pace.
All this is true of the coupé models too, but in the roadster you get a better chance to hear this top engine’s potent-sounding crackle each time you change up a gear when accelerating hard. The TTS does this with vigour: with the faster-shifting double-clutch gearbox — Audi calls it S tronic — fitted to our test car it can sprint from a standstill to 62mph in an impressive 4.9 seconds
The instrument panel is a single LCD display with the sat nav map — or anything else you want — as a backdrop to virtual dials alterable in size. The TTS includes here a mode with a large central rev counter incorporating a digital speedometer
One more thing. I had to try the roof, rain or not. It takes just 10 seconds to open or close electronically, and you can do this with the TTS moving at up to 31mph. It’s a three-layer fabric construction and very good at keeping wind noise out when closed.
TT Roadster is underpinned by the firm’s MQB architecture. Designed to be light and strong, it results in a weight-saving of around 100kg over the old TT. Thanks to Audi’s clever MQB underpinnings, this TT is as good to drive as it is to look at. Not only does it benefit from sharp and engaging handling, a useful weigh-saving over its predecessor means it’s faster and more efficient than before.