Make / Model Search

Car reviews - Audi - TT - Roadster range


Audi's second-generation TT Roadster lands with more style - as well as substance

25 Jun 2007

THE first TT Roadster was a car that in design terms lost nothing in the translation from coupe to convertible, and the new roadster also upholds the simple, fluid style of its coupe sibling. Even though soft-tops are often all about style, this one is an accomplished performer too, with a balanced, lightweight body powered by an energetic four-cylinder engine or smooth V6. Audi has maintained open-top tradition with its fabric roof, claiming a folding steel roof was too heavy and cumbersome. For the first time in the Roadster, there's also a V6 quattro variant. Despite only being available as an automatic, for a premium open-top car, the TT Roadster not only looks good - but performs and handles well too.

The Road to Recovery podcast series

Model release date: 1 June 2007 to 1 January 2015

Previous model

Audi TT Roadster

Released: May 2000
Ended: March 2006
Family Tree: TT

The TT Roadster arrived in Australia in May 2000 - nearly a year after the TT Coupe. It was sold in only one specification: a 165kW/280Nm quattro six-speed manual, for $92,900. In February 2003, the TT Roadster was updated with a new grille and wheels and the update also served as the introduction point for a new Roadster model, the $81,900 132kW 1.8T Tiptronic. In November 2005, the 1.8T’s engine output was increased to 140kW and the price dropped to $78,500 while the 165kW quattro manual was discontinued, leaving the 1.8T Roadster to sell through to March 2006.

Click to share

Click below to follow us on
Facebook  Twitter  Instagram

GoAuto can help you buy a new TT

Customer Terms and Conditions – New Car Lead enquires


This is an agreement between GoAutoMedia Pty Limited ACN 094 732 457 of PO Box 18, Beach Road, Sandringham, VIC, 3191 (“we/us”), the owner and operator of the GoAuto.com.au website (“the website”) and the person wanting GoAuto.com.au to provide them with a lead for the purchase of a new car (“you”).

By completing a New Car Lead Enquiry, you agree to the terms and conditions and disclaimers and acknowledge the policies set out below.

Terms and Conditions

  • In order for us to effect a lead you must you must complete a New Car Lead Enquiry (“Enquiry”).
  • We will call you as soon as possible after you complete the Enquiry and certainly no later than the next business day. When we call, we will discuss with you your new car requirements.
  • You consent to our passing on the Enquiry and your requirements to an appropriate authorised motor car dealer as a lead.
  • We will contact you again in approximately eight days following your initial enquiry to check on the progress of the Enquiry.
  • While we will provide the dealer with the Enquiry and details of your new car requirements, we take no responsibility for what happens after passing on that material as a lead.
  • You acknowledge that we are a new car information service providing new car editorial information, pictures and prices to our customers as a guide only. Any new car prices published on the website are the manufacturers’ recommended retail prices and do not include delivery charges and on-road costs. Any authorized motor car dealer to which we pass on your Enquiry as a lead will provide you with full details of the price at which the vehicle will be sold to you.
  • You acknowledge that we do not sell motor vehicles. Any sale of a new car to you by a dealer after we have passed on your Enquiry to that dealer as a lead, is a sale by that dealer not by us.

Privacy Policy– New Car Lead Enquires

  • We take privacy very seriously. We understand that you will only complete an Enquiry if you can trust us to protect your personal information and use it appropriately. Our policy is to ensure that the personal information collected when you make an Enquiry is only used for the purposes of connecting you with an authorised motor car dealer.
  • We do not on-sell information collected from you or any other customer.
  • From time to time, we may email you with information or promotions that may be relevant for car buyers. You will continue to receive communications from us unless you tell us that you do not want to receive any advertising or promotional information in the future by unsubscribing from these communications.
* Denotes required field
** Australian inquiries only

TT pricing

Motor industry news

GoAutoNews is Australia’s number one automotive industry journal covering the latest news, future and new model releases, market trends, industry personnel movements, and international events.

Catch up on all of the latest industry news with this week's edition of GoAutoNews
Click here