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2005 Audi TT - Consumer Discussions

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be in calendar 2004 or 2005. My wife's last TT was also a 30 month lease and her first one was a 24 month lease since the dealer told us that we could lease a 1.8T 180HP TT quattro (MY 2000) and tra...
This is an artist's impression- seeing Audi's recent redesigns (A4, A6, A8, Q7), they will be more conservative than this with the TT. He wouldn't tamper with the gorgeous design that much. And, if yo...
From what I've been told (from Audi service manager), oil-burning seems to be a common problem with the TT's. My 02 225 TT (40k mi.)burns about 2 qts. about every 7-8k miles. I can see the soot collec...
The TT 3.2 DSG tested by Road & Track in their May issue achieved 0 – 60 in 6.3 sec. And the quarter in 14.7 @ 96. Not bad numbers, but . . ....
I read some time ago (in European Car or Car magazine) that there were new Audi's coming in 2003 (new as in refreshened, moving forward designs). That has apparently been postponed -- or probably mor...
Here is the information that you are looking for max19. If you were to lease a 2005 Audi TT 1.8T 225 HP coupe through Audi Financial Services right now for 48 months with 15,000 miles per year, its b...
AUDI TT Instrument Cluster Settlement – Court granted approval of a nationwide settlement for Audi TTs (model years 2000 - 2004, and certain 2005 models) alleged to have defective instrument ...
I purchased my '02 Audi TT in 2005 and it had 12,000 miles on it and all of the maintenance was kept up religiously. I have continued to take it in for its regular service. I go to take it in for se...
You're right about Acura. They're limited not by talent, but by Honda's smaller is better thinking and smaller budget compared to Nissan and Toyota. A shame really because a big rwd Acura with a Vt...
Any new Audi, excluding the A8's will TODAY have the same system I have in my 2003 allroad and my wife has in her 2003 TT coupe....
They're moving about 750 a month ( http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2005/09/01/141867.html ) so that's around 9k a year. Not horrible considering how few TTs and A4 Cabs they sell....
Prediction, 2005 will see the 6spd tip start a move into the Audi lineup (currently only in the A8, S4 and 180HP TT front track.)...
1. new TT with aluminium-body --> mid 2005...
Audi's website is advertising special lease rates on all CPO 2005-2006 A3, A4 and TT models....
I'm looking for a used TT as well in So Cal but Coupe?...
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