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2013 Audi TT RS 2.5 Quattro Review
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Looks Very Close To The 2012 Audi R8 We Had, At Half The Cost! — The price, nothing better than having a super cool looking car at this price point. The interior has plenty of room for kids in the back and luggage/ groceries/ golf clubs in the very back, My R8 was not good for additional items.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: The Sport mode works very well and the road noise is very low.

Cons: A lot of turbulence with one window down.

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Deceptively Fast And Agile Car. An Instant Classic — The Audi TT RS is a beautiful car with both speed and brawn in abundance. In the city it's docile and easy to drive. On a twisting, winding road the car comes into it's own with Porsche-like all wheel drive grip and breathtaking speed and acceleration. I know of only one car on the road in this price range that is equal to the Audi TT RS and that is the Porsche Cayman. The Audi TT RS has few peers and none with it's low production numbers. Why Audi only made the car for two years and in such low numbers attests to the fact it wanted it to be a collector's car. It is.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: The Audi TT RS is fast, agile and comfortable - while not quite a super car it's close with a 0-60 mph of 4.1 sec. and a top speed of 174 mph.  This model was only built for two years and less than 1500 were built for the USA market - all 6 spd. manual transmission cars.  With the speed, limited production and great looks this is an instant classic.

Cons: This is the perfect car for a single person or a couple.  The rear seats offer minimal leg room for other than small children.

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2013 Audi TT RS 2.5 Quattro Review
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!!power Power Power!! — Feels very mechanical and precise, that culminated with an aftermarket tune has taken the car to the next level of performance for the true enthusiast. You simply get in and go fast with the kind of engagement that's increasingly absent from the luxury sports car set. The feel of the contoured wheel, precise gearbox and solid brakes mingles with the raucous bark of the exhaust for the perfect cocktail of speed. Audi has nailed this one.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Wider Body Dynamics, Handling is true AWD Sport.

Cons: Front Orange Headlight Markers should be European clear Spec, especially for an RS

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2012 Audi TT RS Reviews

Great Drive! Great Style! Power To Spare! In A Rare Package! By Craig

The TTRS is a well rounded two seater. Lots of punch and tight handling with the comfort to drive as a commuter. The suspension is forgiving in regular drive mode but when in sport mode the suspension... Read More

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