2011 Audi TT 4-Cyl 2.0 Turbo Engine

2011 Audi TT 4-Cyl 2.0 Turbo Engine

The Audi TT 4-cyl 2.0 turbo engine is a 2.0L base engine with double overhaul cam, 4 inline cylinders, a torque of 258fl-lb at 1600 rmp, direct injection, 36 ft turning circle and variable valve timing. It also boasts 211 horsepower at 4300 rmp. The premium unleaded gas run vehicle has adequate speed, cost efficiency and with a range of safety features; like child seat anchors, remote anti-theft alarm system and side mount/curtain air bags, it’s a suitable family car.

Other standard Features and Specs include:

6 speeds automated manual transmission

All-wheel drive (all season tires)

Bluetooth and MP3 player

Satellite radio

An estimated epa mileage of up to 22 cty/31 hwy mpg

Stability and traction controls

The vehicle is small, measuring 72.5 inches wide, 53.2 inches high and 165.4 inches long with a maximum cargo capacity of 24.7 cu ft (or 13.1 cu ft with all seats in use). The main drawback with Audi TT 4-cyl 2.0 turbo engine is that it’s not powerful enough to die-hard sports car fans who are more about maximum speed than style or luxury. But for those who want a little of all three and are willing to pay the price, it’s just might be perfect.

Persons interested in the vehicle have two types to choose from, hatchback or convertible. For further customization there are eight interior colors and nine exterior colors to mix or match. Potential buyers also have optional features like a navigation system and ipod input.

The Audi TT 4-cyl 2.0 turbo engine is a part of what makes this car a stylish, luxury sports vehicle.


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