2008 Audi TT Owners Manual – The Audi TT returns for 2008 after a one-year hiatus. Completely redesigned, the new model features evolutionary styling, a more sophisticated framework and a new four-cylinder engine. It is also wider and longer, but use that is extensive of has paid down curb weight set alongside the previous-generation TT.
Options, Trim Levels, and Body Styles
The 2008 Audi TT exists as a coupe-styled sport hatchback or roadster. The levels that are trim 2.0T and 3.2 Quattro, suggest the sort of engine. The TT 2.0T comes standard with 17-inch wheels and run-flat tires, a CD player, a manually operated top that is soft the roadster, a tilt/telescoping tyre, leather seats and full power add-ons. Picking the Premium Package adds automatic top procedure for the roadster, powered and heated front seats, a multifunction tyre, a six-disc CD changer and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The 3.2 trim essentially comes with the Premium Package as standard.
Stand-alone options include 18-inch tires with high-performance tires, a navigation system, xenon headlights, Bluetooth connectivity, a passionate iPod interface, back park help, adjustable-suspension dampers, upgraded leather upholstery, and satellite radio. Addititionally there is an S-line package with styling enhancements, 19-inch wheels, as well as on the manual-transmission 3.2, a shifter that is short-throw.
Special Features and Interior Design
The cockpit room advantages of the car’s bigger proportions, including more front and rear shoulder space and rear leg room. New elements consist of three center that is circular ports instead of the previous two; a fresh change knob and smaller-diameter steering wheel, that has an appartment base just like the wheel in the RS 4; and more supportive front side seats. Along with its rear hatch configuration and fold-down backside seats, the coupe’s luggage area is both available and ample. The two-seat roadster has a lightweight, fabric-trimmed top that is convertible. It includes a rigid plastic panel, and when the most truly effective folds down flush utilizing the back bodywork, this piece functions as a tonneau cover that is hard. Obviously, the TT roadster’s convertible top has a multilayer headliner and a glass rear screen to help produce a quiet, warm interior in bad weather.
Every 2008 Audi TT includes antilock disc brakes, stability control, front side chest-and-head protecting side airbags, front knee airbags and a monitor that is tire-pressure.
Performance and Powertrains
The front-wheel-drive 2.0T model comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. The Audi TT 3.2 Quattro features drive that is all-wheel a 3.2-liter V6 maxing out at 250 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. With AWD, torque is usually split 85/15 front to rear, with up to 100 per cent of engine torque being applied to one end or one other if needed. For the time being, the 2.0T comes standard with a paddle-shift automated transmission that is manualformerly called DSG, now called Audi’s “S-tronic”). A regular manual that is six-speed likely be offered later on. The 3.2 Quattro could be fitted with either a manual that is six-speed or the six-speed S-tronic.
Overall, the 2008 Audi TT drives significantly better than the generation that is previous feels much more responsive. Ride quality, especially using the new ride that is magnetic, is improved, too. Some drivers will dsicover the new steering rack become devoid of feel, but there is no denying its accuracy. In many situations, the 3.2 Quattro may be the better variation; it’s faster and in a position to handle damp climate a whole lot more effectively. But the 2.0T remains a companion that is surprisingly enjoyable as the torquey, if you don’t particularly soulful, engine puts less fat throughout the front tires and enables the car to steer nimbly around corners.