View Thread: Crossfire vs. Audi TT

Zero to 30 mph: 2.1
60 mph: 6.5
100 mph: 16.1
Standing 1/4-mile: 14.8 sec @ 96 mph
Top speed (drag limited): 151 mph
700 mph @ impending lockup: 161 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.91 g
EPA city driving: 18 mpg
EPA highway driving: 27 mpg
C/D-observed: 18 mpg
Vehicle type: front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 3-door coupe
Price as tested: $34,495

Audi TT
Vehicle type: front-engine, 4-wheel-drive, 2+2-passenger, 3-door coupe; or 2-passenger, 2-door roadster
Estimated base price: $40,000-$43,000
Power (SAE net) 247 bhp @ 6300 rpm
Torque (SAE net) 236 lb-ft @ 2800 rpm
Transmission 6-speed automatically shifted manual
Zero to 62 mph 6.4 sec
Top speed (governor limited) 155 mph
Projected fuel economy:
European urban cycle 17 mpg
extra-urban cycle 31 mpg
combined cycle 24 mpg

So which one do you prefer and why?

Well, given the reliability history of the TT, I guess I'd have to go Crossfire.

What's a "6-speed automatically shifted manual" I wonder...

Audi TT of course.

Carlos Carrera
A TT ROADSTER with ''baseball glove'' interiors, please.
make it red, or dark blue.
Wich engine do you choose for the TT lex?

I think i put down the specs for the 3.2 but im not sure.

Carlos Carrera
oh yes its the V6... i didnt saw the HP spec

to me it seems like the crossfire is 50 horses away from being a legand

Yeah--underpowered a bit maybe. But so far there aren't whole websites devoted to how crappy it is like the TT (, for instance) Some of those sites are pretty funny though...

You had to make us decide between the two most overpriced "performance" cars out there right now, didn't ya?

TT for me though. Chrystler----> bleh. ;)

Yeah, I'm not impressed with the performance of either. I went TT just because I have appreciated the design since it came out. The Crossfire has a pretty good design too though.

I went with the TT. I am not a fan of the styling of the Crossfires rear.


I went with the Crossfire just to be different. I'm not a big fan of the TT's styling. I think of it as a modern day Karmann Ghia with good performance but maybe I'm a little off.

I voted for the Crossfire as well because i actually like the looks it has. I dont like the TT too much either, to me it is lackluster and sort of looks like that small European convertible (cant recall the name). The Crossfire also looks a little more classy and sporty and the same time than does the TT.