2000 Audi TT Coupe, 94,073 miles, Chassis model #1169, One owner
Lake Silver Metallic exterior, Valcona ebony premium leather interior, 180HP 1.8L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, 5-speed manual transmission,
Premium package interior; heated seats, dual front and side airbags, automatic climate control, power windows, and door locks, power heated mirrors, tilt/telescope leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bose premium audio system, 4-channel 175-watt amplifier, six-disc CD changer, AM/FM/Cassette stereo, ESP (electronic stabilization program), EDL (electronic differential lock), split fold-down rear seats, keyless entry, xenon headlights with washers, 17" alloys professionally refinished in factory R8 color. Low-miles tires and a one-year-old battery.
Are you looking for an opportunity to collect a soon-to-be classic? If so, read on.
I'm the only owner of this Audi 2000 TT. I purchased it in Atlanta, Georgia, in January 2000. The dealer told me it was one of the first to arrive in the Southeast US. What he said appears true because it was manufactured in Audi's Hungary factory in March 1999 and is chassis number 1,169. My goal is to keep this car completely original. I've never added anything aftermarket. I've kept it exactly as the dealer delivered it to me.
It has been meticulously maintained and comes with full-service history documents. For the last 12 years, it has been driving less than 3,000 miles. It currently has just over 94K miles. The TT has been garaged from day one and never driven hard. It's runs and drives as well as the day I purchased it.
The car is in very good condition with some normal wear and tear, but less than expected. Most people who comment on the car, and many do, think it's much newer than it is.
The exterior paint has minimal chips and a couple of very small dings. A very small chip on the passenger side of the windshield has been repaired but is still slightly visible. The wheels have a few blemishes and were restored several years ago but would need another touch-up to make them flawless. There have been body repairs for minor damage on two occasions; front passenger fender and rear bumper.
The car's interior is in excellent condition. I purchased a custom-fitted dash cover to protect it from the sun a few years later. I protected the leather with frequent conditioning. The leather seats are in extremely good condition, showing very little wear. I had a new roof lining installed when the original began to sag last year. The update looks as good as from the factory.
The spare and jack are unused. The tires have very few miles, and it has a one-year-old battery.
The leather on the seats is in extremely good condition. Everything on the car works. THANKS TO BLUETOOTH, the CD changer hasn't been used in years, but it functioned the last time I used it.
I treated my TT with great care because I believe it to be one of the true classics of car design. Its driving experience and its timeless design have given me years of enjoyment.
I guess you can tell I love this car. I've procrastinated to sell it because I'm sure I'll regret it. I never planned to sell it, but new priorities in life make it necessary to share my TT with someone who will appreciate its award-winning design and performance and wants to own a future classic that will be difficult to find. Shop for a 2000 TT. There aren't many to be found and even fewer in the condition of this car.
If you are a TT fan, there's a bonus with buying this car, original marketing materials for the 2000 TT, and a special edition magazine by Road &Track Magazine that tells the story of its creation.
I hope to sell it to a collector who wants an original as it came from the manufacturer. The design of TT will stand the test of time, along with the classics of old. If you want to preserve it for others to appreciate, I would be excited to allow you the privilege.