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 Audi TT RS 
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Joined: Wed Feb 16, 2011 9:30 am
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Post Audi TT RS
The Audi TT RS is starting a new shift! As well as the six-speed manual version, Audi now offers a seven-speed double-clutch S tronic automatic - but is it the one to have?

On paper, there's no question. Thanks to a clever launch control system and gearchanges that take two-tenths of a second, the TT RS can now accelerate from 0-62mph in 4.3 seconds - that's 0.4 seconds quicker than the manual model.

It's more efficient too. The manual returns 30.7mpg and emits 214g/km of CO2, while the S tronic cleans up with 33.2mpg and 197g/km. The changes knock ?125 off annual road tax.The new gearbox also helps to improve everyday usability. Driving around congested city streets is a breeze thanks to the smooth and seamless shifts.

Our only complaint would be the hesitation before the gearbox kicks down a couple of gears if you floor the throttle - although using the paddleshifters behind the steering wheel can rectify this.

As good as the gearbox is, there are times when you can feel isolated from the action. Occasionally, you'll find yourself flicking the paddle to select the next gear only to find the car has already beaten you to it.

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Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:58 am ICQ
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Post Re: Audi TT RS
We moved your post to this more-appropriate forum.

Same board. Different forum!

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Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:27 am
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