2016 Audi TTS Values

Select a 2016 Audi TTS trim level

2016 model year changes

The Audi TT has been given a complete redesign for 2016. Now entering its third generation, the TT continues its tradition of combining jaw dropping styling with a fantastic interior, sporty performance and a surprisingly easy to live with chassis.

Competitive comparison

Slick styling; quick acceleration; excellent handling; all-wheel drive; high quality interior; convertible option

Special features for 2016

The Audi TT starts at just below $43,000 while the higher performance TTS starts at around $52,000. This allows the TTS to undercut higher priced rivals such as the Porsche Boxster and the Chevrolet Corvette, while still offering a cheaper base model that is faster and much more nicely equipped than the down-market Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S. And while the TTS might be a half a step down from rivals like the Corvette in terms of absolute performance, it makes up for it by being a much more livable vehicle, equipping a better-appointed interior and achieving much better mileage. Furthermore, neither the Boxster nor the Corvette offer the kind of stability and all-weather assurance that comes with Audi's Quattro all-wheel drive system which is standard on the TT and TTS.

TTS-4 Cyl. Turbo

Coupe 2D AWD
The Audi TTS seats two and is offered in a solitary trim level. Outfitting includes 19” premium alloy wheels, summer touring tires, magnetic suspension system (adaptive), xenon headlamps (adaptive), single zone climate control, LED daytime running lights, powered heated seating, media enhanced tilt and telescope steering wheel with paddle shifters, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and 12-speaker audio system. Options can add GPS, carbon fiber interior and exterior accents, parking sensors (rear), rear wing, contrast stitched leather seating, painted brake calipers and more. Powering the TTS is a capable and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 265 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.