Cars.com Reviews the 2009 Audi TTS

09AudiTTS Latching that “S” onto the end of an Audi model name usually means good things. In this case, the 2009 Audi TTS takes the TT coupe and roadster and adds more performance, including a more powerful four-cylinder turbocharged engine. Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley looks at the TTS to see how it fares against small sports cars from Porsche and BMW. Does he find Audi’s Achilles heel? Read the full review to find out.

2009 Audi TTS Review

By Stephen Markley | May 15, 2009 | Comments (4)
Tags: Audi, Audi TTS

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Carma

Is this possibly the fastest 4 cylinder car ever? It's impressive performance at the very least. I have to wonder if they're not offering a manual tranny because the automatic is the only way to manage all the horsepower. It will be interesting to see if the rest of the drivetrain can cope with the output of the engine.

Pal215

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution has the same 50/50 torque transfer ratio to the front and rear diff as the audi tts. The same stock 0-60 time "4.9 sec", and also a 4 cylinder turbo charged engine. It ONLY comes in stick in the U.S. market though. I would say the audi tts would definitely be fun to drive.

In this case, the 2009 Audi TTS takes the TT coupe and roadster and adds more performance, including a more powerful four-cylinder turbocharged engine. Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley looks at the TTS to see how it fares against small sports cars from Porsche and BMW.

The new TTS comes with standard adaptive shock absorber technology as well as high performance braking system, giving you the best of both worlds.

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