The Audi TTS's soft top saves a lot of space and provides a classic roadster look to the car. In fact, the TTS boasts an impressive amount of cargo space for cars in its class.
The price is actually very reasonable compared to competitors. The Audi TTS roadster hovers around $50,000, while the Porsche Cayman and Mercedes SLK models run noticeably more than that.
There is a great deal of difference between suspension settings. Comfort is actually comfortable while sport is actually sporty. The ride also isn't so terrible to preclude owners from driving it daily.
The TT is no Olympic athlete, but it is quick and sporty enough to keep you entertained on city streets and highways.
The rear seats are more for show than they are for seating.
While well-equipped, the 2012 Audi TTS roadster does not have the same flair for luxury that characterizes the brand's other sporty models.
The lack of a manual transmission option on the Audi TTS may drive enthusiasts away.
The navigation screen contrasts poorly with the rest of the interior.
The brakes are a weak point for the Audi TTS, but despite some fatigue, they never failed in any of Autoblog's road tests.
The convertible sports car market is saturated with low-cost, better performing alternatives like the Mazda MX-5 and the Nissan 370Z roadster, while luxury offerings include the Porsche Cayman. Stiff competition could make the TTS somewhat less desirable.