2010 Audi TT Values

Select a 2010 Audi TT trim level

2010 model year changes

The Audi TT and TTS return with a few changes for 2010, but the powertrain options have been simplified. All TTs now utilize Audi's quattro all-wheel drive, and the manual transmission is no longer available. The only engine available for 2010 will be the 2.0L 4-cylinder.

Competitive comparison

Upscale, contemporary styling; affordable style and performance; available as a soft-top convertible

Special features for 2010

The Audi TT has aged well since its introduction in 1998, with a consistently sharp-looking exterior and an elegant yet contemporary interior. It competes with the BMW 1-Series coupe, the Infiniti G37, the Nissan 370Z and the Porsche Cayman. The Audi TT and TTS roadsters have a power-retracting soft convertible top, which can open in just 12 seconds and can be operated at road speeds up to 25 mph. Base MSRP is $37,800 for the coupe and $40,800 for the Roadster convertible.
A two-passenger luxury sports car, the 2010 Audi TT offers a fun ride in a styling package that stands out from the crowd. For the new year, the TT has dropped the 3.2L V6 and FWD from the lineup. The only available engine is the 200 hp 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder. This is linked to a six-speed S-tronic automatic transmission and Quattro AWD. Bluetooth and a power folding top for the convertible are now standard features.