Bloomington Audi enthusiasts who enjoy cruising around town in style will be pleased to find out that the roadster edition of the 2015 Audi TT was finally unveiled in the market. Debuting at the Geneva Auto Show last 2014, the Audi TT Roadster edition carries all the bells and whistles that its predecessor offers, plus one fun, provocative, and stunningly alluring addition: the function to have the top down in one press of a button.
The Audi TT Roadster’s starting selling price is more or less $43,350, making it $3,000 more than the Audi TT Coupe. At the same time, it’s considerably less expensive than one of its main competitors in the sports car scene, the Porsche Boxster, which has a starting price tag of $51,000.
Having all of that power under the hood is a nice thing for any car owner to have. However, the A3 isn’t a luxury car just for its engine. The entire package is an excellent example of German car engineering and design, starting from the exterior to the interior.
The classy chassis is a total revamp of the original A3 design. Once a four-door hatchback, it is now a three-box sedan that resembles its sister-model the A4, which is a great thing since the A4’s design is an impressive sight. Drive this Audi around Bloomington and you’ll definitely be turning heads.
The review on ConsumerReports.org states that the vehicle is insulated enough to suppress road, wind, and engine noise, essentially making the interior cabin as quiet as any vehicle can get. Aside from the noise suppression, the 2015 Outback also packs some punch in the built-in multimedia system; a far-cry from the previous model. Syncing up a Bluetooth-enabled phone is much easier, and also offers the option to listen to online music servers.
Subaru’s renowned features- reasonable cargo and passenger spaces, all-wheel-drive transmission, and EyeSight collision prevention system- still remain, making the latest Outback definitely worth a look during visits to trusty Bloomington, IN Subaru dealers such as Royal on the East Side.