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The 2010 Audi TT comes in base or TTS form, and in Premium, Premium Plus, or Prestige trim.
All versions of the 2010 TT come well-equipped with Sirius Satellite Radio, cruise control, power features, and an auxiliary jack for audio players. Prestige models add a navigation system, rear parking assist, LED interior lighting, xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, heated sport seats, a Bose premium sound system, and a trunk pass-through.
An S-Line package dresses up the TT's appearance to look a bit like the TTS from a distance; the TTS itself gets exterior add-ons, as well as a Silk Nappa leather and Alcantara interior with aluminum trim. Bluetooth is included on top trim levels.
On the TT roadster, the tight-fitting convertible top is available with manual or power actuation, and it creates a quiet cruise when raised. The Washington Post notes that the "power convertible roof rises or falls in seconds." When the soft top and side windows are raised, "it locks tightly in place, sealing out cold and moisture."
While its features list offers some of the latest technology, it doesn't come for free. Even with the generous levels of standard equipment, Edmunds considers the Audi "TT's price off-putting."
The 2010 Audi TT tucks a wide range of standard and optional features into its admittedly hefty price tag.