call: 01522 869 802

Menu

Audi TT Coupe - SOLD

Details

2006 Audi TT

  • 190bhp, 5 speed manual.
  • Panther Black metallic .
  • Full leather interior in black.
  • Only 24500 miles, FSH.
  • 17" Competition alloys.

Description

Shown as a concept coupe originally at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Mk1 Audi TT (internal designation Type 8N) went into production in 1998 and remained remarkably faithful to its initial design, with the only notable changes being the reprofiled bumpers and the addition of quarterlight windows behind the doors. Launched as a 2+2 Coupe the range was joined in 1999 with a two-seater roadster with all cars sharing their similar retro styling, quality build materials and plateform / drive-trains shared with others in the VAG group, meaning the car featured a front-mounted, transversley orientated engine (1.8 litre capacity) with either front-wheel drive or Audis 'Quattro' four-wheel drive system.

In its 8yrs of production, the model line saw a minor styling revision in 2003, the range of engines (originally rated at 180bhp and 225bhp) being joined by a 3.2 litre V6 engine, the addition of a DSG (Direct-Shift Gearbox) and finally in 2005 the limited production Quattro Sport, a stripped out version with circa 800 examples being built for the UK market.

Delivered new to Lister Audi, Coventry, in April 2006 this stunning Phantom Black metallic Audi TT, with full black leather interior is quite probably one of the last TT's to come off the Audi Hungary, Györ, production line. With a 1.8 litre Turbo-charged engine (190bhp - Audi revised the engine map for 2005/06) running through 5 speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive, the TT offers a 0-60mph of 7.4 seconds and where allowed a top speed of 145mph.

The condition of the car is exemplary throughout, the paintwork looks fantastic and the original owner had the foresight to order the stunning 17" Competition forged alloys, an expensive option when new. Being a 2wd example she doesn't carry the excessive weight of the Quattro system and as such she feels much lighter on the open road and with only 24500 miles (service information - PDI, 9733 miles, 12965 miles, 15302 miles, 15755 miles, 19098 miles, 20713 miles, 22000 miles and 23457 miles) the TT drives faultlessly and returns excellent mpg. Openning the door you're meet with a 'showroom' fresh interior which shows zero wear again confirming the exceptionally low mileage.

Without doubt the Mk1 Audi TT is assured of its classic status. In stunning condition and with 1 previous keep (2 lady owners) this 190bhp Audi TT comes with 2 keys, her dealer book pack (receipts confirming the low mileage), her original First Aid Kit, boot mounted Warning Triangle and genuine Audi TT overmats and will come with 12 months MOT and is ready to grace any classic car / Audi TT meeting.

+ Read More

- Read Less

Quick Contact

"I write these words with a large childish smile still beaming across my face after driving through the Kent countryside, roof down, summers warmth on my face as ‘il Polita’ my beautiful '82 Fiat Spider 2000. This is now June but the story starts in 2018 February at the London Classic Car Show

Glass of fizz in hand with Paul; very good friend of mine. Gazing at auto-erotica, he spots the 82’ Fiat spider 2000 on the stand of ‘Absolute Classic Cars’, with the team greeting us too look closer. A truly stunning example and honestly priced. The conversation flitters between us, the cars of the show, and the possible purhcase of the Spider!

Days later, I call to make a further enquiry to purchase the Fiat Spider. Excitement in my voice is then inadvertently quelled as I find out that the early bird has truly got the worm. Paul has got in before me and struck the deal! All's fair in love afterall. . . 

After carrying out a detailed service and additional works the call comes to collect the Spider and on a damp cold March morning we travel up to Lincoln, where we're kindly picked up at the station. Moments later, after a warming coffee, everybody’s happy! The sale's completed and Paul’s in the 'new owners' hot seat of the Spider raring to go. Myself? Navigators seat, perhaps with the slightest of sighs. 150 miles later, we’re home but the drive South has encouraged me to make the call for Absolute Classic Cars to commence the search for another model. This time, most definitely with my name on it! 

Over the next month myself and the ACC team discuss cars in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands, with the Mark and Carl casting their ever professional ‘laser pin point’ eye over several models. Each time highlighting why that may not be the example for me. Rest assured these guys know their onions and you’re in very safe hands; candid and sincere.

Just when I was beginning to feel the summer would pass without a ‘Spider’ for my own Italian passions, I get a phone call from my friend Paul. Whether it was a hint of guilt or just that he had run out of space for his car collection? .....“Would you like to buy the Spider from me”....I think they were his words, as I interrupted with a ‘yes definitely’ before the sentence was cast from his lips!  

I inform ACC to call off the search, the Spider has fund its true home! – ‘Perhaps it was just meant to be‘  he wryly says.

From that champagne fuelled car show, meeting Carl and Mark, the roundabout route of having my perfect car in the garage & now chasing summer horizons. I can honestly say it’s been a pleasure both meeting and finally getting ‘the car’ through the Absolute Classic Cars. 

As they say in Italy – ‘Le Dolce Vita’ "

Steve Calver, Kent

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website