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2013 Audi TTRS

It’s back ladies and gentlemen, and the past 20 years have certainly been kind. Not since the UR cars of the ’90s has Audi used the turbocharged inline 5 to power its performance line and oh has it been missed. Based loosly on the VAG 2.5l found in the base model Golf or Jetta, the similarities end basically at the cast iron block.

For the TTRS, Audi had added a turbocharger, TSFI injection and a 10.1-to-1 compression ratio all adding up to an impressive 360 bhp, 343 lb/ft of torque. Mated to the 6 speed manual gearbox, and Quattro AWD, the TTRS will go 0-60 in the 4 second range, and top out at 174mph. All in, the TTRS puts down numbers that give the R8 a run for its money…at almost half the price.

This practically brand new TTRS for sale in Fort Worth, Texas is a black beauty worth taking a look at.

Year: 2013
Model: TTRS
Engine: 2.5 inline five
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 1,103 mi
Price: $64,685

2013 Audi TTRS on eBay

Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title.
VIN: TRUB3AFK0D1900188
Year: 2013
Make: Audi
Warranty: Vehicle has an existing warranty
Model: TT
Vehicle Title: Clear
Engine: 5
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Mileage: 1,103
For Sale By: Dealer
Sub Model: RS Coupe
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: Black
Doors: 2
Interior Color: Black
Drive Train: All Wheel Drive
Transmission: Manual
Inspection: Vehicle has been inspected
Body Type: Coupe

This TTRS is a far cry from your average TT.  Often viewed as a squished VW beetle, the TT is a very polarizing car. As a sports coupe, it’s adequate, but not the top of its class. As a cool little runabout it’s a great, usable little car. The TTRS, blows all previous perceptions out of the water, making this an amazing performer and diffrentiating itself from the beetle with a sledge hammer of an engine.

This TTRS is probably one of the more desirable color combos and as the pictures show, it’s flawless. My biggest issue with this car is that the dealer is looking for MSRP on this car. If this was a dealer demo with 1,100 miles, sure no problem, MSRP is completely appropriate. The fact is, this is a previously titled used car and therefore should be priced accordingly. As a non-Audi dealership, this car isn’t even eligible for a CPO warranty. If this car was for sale around $60K I think it would be reasonable, but at $64K, I’d rather buy a brand new one, and get all of the perks that come with it.




  1. ready
    ready January 6, 2013

    I always thought these were overpriced, this RS is what the car really should be as a sports cars and should be priced as the TTS is.

  2. Tony
    Tony January 6, 2013

    Wow, that much for a Golf?

  3. AlwaysFixing
    AlwaysFixing January 6, 2013

    Online video reviews of this car are intriguing, it seems like a blast to drive. But, a NEW Cayman S is $1k cheaper than this, and it’s a proper RWD sports car.

    URSDRIVER January 7, 2013

    Audi needs to put this engine in a real car with a longitudinal drivetrain.

  5. Paul
    Paul January 7, 2013

    Couldn’t agree more with you, URSDRIVER.

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