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Well-equipped even in base form, the 2013 Audi TT isn't likely to be considered a bargain, but the premium price brings a premium feel.
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As you'd expect from any Audi, the 2013 TT is well-equipped even in base trim, but many will want to tick some of the extra options boxes to meet their personal level of comfort and convenience.

Piling on the options can quickly drive the price above $50,000, but in this segment, that's par for the course--and you do get what you pay for. Upgrades like the Silk Nappa leather and Alcantara upholstery with aluminum trim, and 10-way power front seats give the TT a much more premium feel.

On the Roadster, option for the power-operated soft top makes it much more convenient to go topless, and the Bose premium sound system is much better suited to top-down driving.

Some of the standard features on all TT models include: cruise control, power locks/windows/mirrors, leather upholstery, Bluetooth hands-free phone connection, satellite radio, and auxiliary input jacks. Audi's MMI Navigation and infotainment interface is available as an extra on all models.

The TT RS, in addition to its extra power and handling, adds a lap timer, power-adjustable sport seats in either Silk Nappa leather or Alcantara, and a range of interior trim options. Several choices of wheel design, plus eight color options for exterior paint are also available. A la carte options available include: carbon fiber mirror covers, heated seats, gloss-black wheels, a power-retractable spoiler that deletes the rear wing, and "aluminum optic" exterior trim.

Audi's Tech Package wraps together some of the best options, including: Bose premium sound, MMI Navigation, adaptive headlights, rear parking sensors, and ambient LED lighting in the cabin.


Well-equipped even in base form, the 2013 Audi TT isn't likely to be considered a bargain, but the premium price brings a premium feel.

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