Used Audi TT Roadster (1999 - 2006) Comfort

Review by David Ross on
4
The TT has become an icon of modern motoring. The classic design gave Audi overnight success and it's gone on to become a hugely popular seller for the German company.
3 out of 5

Comfort

The coupe's token rear seats are binned altogether and as they're near useless they won't be missed. The driver and passenger get plenty of space to enjoy and a wind deflector can be fitted behind the seats to reduce buffeting when the roof is down. The front seats are very comfortable and offer good support too.

3 out of 5

Practicality

Few convertibles are particularly practical but the boot in the TT is big enough to take holiday luggage for two people and the rear seats fold flat increasing the storage area, which is probably the best thing to do with them. There's good stowage upfront with decent door pockets.

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How does the boot space compare?

260 litres
240 litres
Audi TT Roadster (99-06)
180 litres
145 litres
4 out of 5

Behind the wheel

The TT enjoys one of the most stylish interiors in existence with wonderful detailing and perfect ergonomics allowing an ideal driving position. There's a strong sporty feel thanks to the three-spoke steering wheel, circular air vents and aluminium gear lever but the view out is compromised by the small rear screen which makes parallel parking a challenge.