Comparison 2013: Audi TT Vs Audi A5 Coupe
Comparison about different brands is although an easier one but when the cars belong to the same house of production, the buyer most of the times gets confused. These both Coupes from Audi have a real great standing in the market and their are many satisfied owners of them. Here at Audipage, we also thought about comparing both these marvels in the same engine category.
The 2013 Audi A5 Coupe has to be one of the finest looking cars of the year. The engine is another marvelous piece of technology which has Turbocharged 2.0-Liter with a horse power of 211 and torque Of 258 meaning that this baby can accelerate to 60mph in six seconds. One definite positive factor about this car is the fuel economy, it’s the best at 30 mpg on the highs and a 20 mpg in the city, which isn’t bad for a sedan. The luxury car contains Independent Multi-Link Rear Suspensions with Coil Springs and Gas Charged Shock Absorbers, which insures that the driver enjoys a smooth ride over small bumps. The 18 inch alloy wheels along with a well-built steering helps the car to always stay in control and the all-wheel drive system does a great job of inspiring driver confidence in its road holding abilities. The A5 Coupe has Xenon head lights and LED tail lights. The engine is mated with a 6-Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive. The interior features are just as exceptional as the exterior ones. The Satellite Radio, Navigation system (Google Earth), Bluetooth phone, and the audio system (10 speakers) just increase its experience. The base variant(Premium) will cost around $37,850 ex-showroom whereas the Prestige variant will do a hole of $47,300.
The 2013 Audi TT Coupe has 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that produces 211 horse power (HP) and 258 lb. ft of torque. All this results in the vehicle to accelerate to 60 mph with 5.3 seconds which is definitely faster than its rivals the Mercedes-Benz SLK 300 and the BMW Z4 and obviously the Coupe A5. The engine of A5 Coupe and the TT are same but the weight here adds the difference. TT Coupe comes with a standard six-speed automated manual DSG gearbox. The xenon plus headlights and with the help of sensors that can detect the intensity of rain activate the wipers and headlights allowing a pleasant and safe night drive as well as day drive.
The Coupe TT has the standard alloys of 18 inches with summer performance tires. The prototype gives a fuel economy of 23 mpg in city and 31 mpg on highway. Safety measures are by far taken off with front airbags, front knee bags, anti-lock brake system and electronic brake distribution. Stability control and traction control put the icing on the cake. The luxury car has a magnificently built cabin along with a driver friendly dashboard. At the back the leather sport seats are best suited for children however it can fold fat for those who want to have extra luggage space. Most of the Coupe TT controls are straightforward and intuitive, though the optional navigation system’s control dial is mounted on the dash, which feels ergonomically off target. It has a pretty good sound system that has nine speakers along with MP3-compatible CD player, Satellite Radio and auxiliary input jack. The new 2013 Audi TT Coupe will cost you around $44,750 ex-showroom, which definitely makes is a good bargain.