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2010 Audi Tt Premium Plus Quattro Awd on 2040-cars

US $8,500.00
Year:2010 Mileage:47444 Color: White /

Lonsdale, Minnesota, United States

Lonsdale, Minnesota, United States

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Extra clean 2010 Audi TT Quattro Coupe with 47,5xx very well taken care of miles. Still under Audi dealership
transferable warranty until June 1st. This vehicle runs and drives great with no issues of any kind.
The 4 cylinder 2.0 turbocharged engine sounds great and performs perfectly. The S-tronic transmission shifts
flawlessly, very quick and precise. All wheel drive, nearly 30 MPG and 0-60 in 5.7 seconds. No other car like it.
Four brand new Continental ExtremeContact DSW tires recently installed.
The exterior paint (Ibis White) is in excellent condition. The red leather interior is also in pristine shape. A
beautiful color combination. All original paint and body matching panel VIN tags. There is some curb rash, mainly
on the front wheels. Clean AutoCheck record.
This TT is a Premium Plus optioned edition which consists of: High intensity Discharge Xenon auto leveling
headlights; heated, 6-way power seats: auto rain sensing wipers, auto-dimming mirror; Homelink opener system; .
Also, has the special interior storage package: hidden under-seat compartments and rear seat cubby.
Audi Symphony sound system sound great, consists of Bluetooth and a nine-speaker CD/MP3 stereo with satellite
Except for a remote start (for turning on the heat or A/C before entering the vehicle) this vehicle is completely
stock and unmolested. It has never been modified or any performance parts added.
This TT has been serviced on schedule by the local Audi dealer through an original Audi Care policy.
2.0T Engine - super quick and fun to drive
Premium Plus Package
4WD Quattro
New Tires at 45,500 miles
Only 47,4xx miles
Garage kept and in very, very good condition
Drives incredibly. You will not be disappointed.

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Auto blog

2015 Audi S8

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 11:57:00 EST

You've gotta hand it to the Audi A8. Last year, Mercedes-Benz launched the truly stunning S-Class, putting the rest of the high-dollar luxury flagship class on notice. With the brand-new S-Class turning heads and garnering all sorts of praise from the automotive press, classmates like the BMW 7 Series, Jaguar XJ and Audi A8 started to look, well, old. But Audi didn't see fit to just let its big sedan carry on and let the Mercedes take the cake.
So when Audi refreshed its A8 line for the 2015 model year with only minor updates, I kind of shrugged it off as just a quick way to keep the big sedan fresh until an all-new, hopefully S-Class-trumping version arrives. But then I drove the S8 pictured above, and I'm no longer so sure the Merc's shadow is as big and imposing as it once was.
Spoiler alert: the Audi S8 is simply fantastic.

Audi sees room for TT family, including possible crossover and superlight models

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 18:29:00 EST

With the third-generation Audi TT slated for a debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in just a few weeks time, we've received some interesting news out of the United Kingdom. Speaking to the crew at Top Gear, Chief Engineer Ulrich Hackenberg made some interesting statements about the next TT, noting that he likes the idea of a production Allroad Shooting Brake.
"I can imagine the TT has much more potential than we have used up to now. That's why we did this Allroad [Shooting Brake] Concept. The trend is to smaller crossovers. So for example you do a crossover TT. It would have a big group of fans," Hackenberg told TG.
That makes it almost sound like Audi is trying to expand one popular, fashion-forward model into a wildly different niche, like Mini did moving from Hardtop to Countryman (or perhaps more appropriately, the Paceman). We'll reserve judgement, if only because the Allroad Shooting Brake was one of the more popular concepts at the Detroit Auto Show, making our Editors' Choice list.

Audi celebrates diesel milestone with triple-charged RS5 TDI concept

Thu, 29 May 2014 17:59:00 EST

Diesels are typically slower than their gasoline counterparts, but leave it to Audi to turn that notion on its head. After dominating Le Mans and the international endurance racing scene under diesel power for the better part of a decade, the German automaker toyed with the idea of an oil-burning R8 for the road and ultimately made its first performance crossover a diesel. It's made the letters TDI a battle cry, and now it's yelling even louder with the RS5 TDI concept.
Set to be unveiled in a couple of days at the Leipzig Auto Show to celebrate 25 years of the TDI engine, the concept ditches the gasoline-burning 4.2-liter V8 in the production RS5 in favor of a 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo-diesel with an electric supercharger added on to combat turbo lag. Output comes in at 385 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, which means that while it has 65 fewer horses than the gasoline model, it packs a staggering 236 lb-ft more torque.
The result of the triple-charged madness is a 0-62 time around four seconds flat, trumping the 4.6 seconds for the road-going model. Top speed, of course, is electronically limited to 155 miles per hour, which is a bit of a shame because we bet it'd be a kick to pass a Porsche on the Autobahn in a diesel, now wouldn't it?