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It's well equipped in base trim, and the 2011 Audi TT can be optioned up to include some substantial creature comforts, even as the price tag climbs uncomfortably close to $50,000.
The standard-issue Audi TT has standard Sirius satellite radio; cruise control; power windows/locks/mirrors; leather upholstery; and an auxiliary jack for audio players. As it climbs through various packages, the TT adds on rear parking sensors; LED interior lighting and xenon headlamps; heated sport seats; premium Bose speakers; and a trunk pass-through.
Bluetooth is now standard across the TT lineup.
A navigation system is optional on all models, as is a "baseball optic" leather trim package. There's an S-Line package that brings the more pedestrian TT a sharper look with details borrowed from the TTS. Heated seats also are options, as is magnetic ride control on the TT coupe and roadster.
The TTS model sports a Silk Nappa leather and Alcantara interior with aluminum trim. This year it gets new fog lights, 19-inch wheels, 10-way power front seats and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Both versions of the TTS have a Sport button that tweaks the settings of the magnetic ride suspension.
On the TT roadster, the convertible top is manually operated unless you pay for power controls. When it's raised, the roof quiets the cabin well, though it cramps the TT's style a bit.
The 2011 Audi TT isn't a sportscar bargain, but the coupe and convertible have a fair amount of luxury features as standard equipment.