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Published Date: 18/11/2015

Great Offers on our TT range

It has been 20 years since the Audi TT first stunned the crowds at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

It's been one of the most desirable cars on the market ever since, and more than half a million cars have been sold.

There's a lot of demand then - but if you want an Audi TT it needn't cost as much as you think.

Audi TT Roadster

Those after the best value can pick up a TT on a personal contract hire (PCH) plan from just £253.48 a month. A £2,280 customer contribution will secure an Audi TT 2.0 TDI Sport for two years, with an 8,000 mile annual allowance (excess miles charged at 6p/mile plus VAT) - for a total cost of just over £14,000.

Upgrade a trim level to the S-Line and the contribution increases to £2,436, with monthly payments of £271.99. With the same mileage limits in place, that amounts to just over £15,000 - around half the extra cost a customer would face buying the higher trim model.

For customers looking to have the option to buy their car at the end of the plan, there's the personal contract plan (PCP). The same Audi TT 2.0 TDI Sport will require a customer deposit of £5,085.67, while Inchcape Audi will contribute a further £2,000, to leave a £23,574.33 credit.

With an increased 10,000 mile a year allowance, the customer pays £339pcm at 6.8% APR over the next three years - a total of less than £17,000 - with the option to purchase the car for £15,592.39.

Of course to many the name TT is inherently connected to the convertible model of the car and the TT Roadster is also available. In the same Sport specification and with the same engine, the initial deposit moves up to £5,543.26 with the same £2,000 centre contribution and the monthly payments to £379 - also at 6.8% APR. The total cost over 3 years of just under £19,000, with the optional final purchase price is £15,783.24.

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