The Audi TT is a coupe and the third generation sports car in this line, offered by Audi Motors. It is based on the Volkswagen MQB platform and was introduced in 1998. It is a two-door car that was launched by the company in India in 2015. Audi decided to discontinue the car in 2019 and it is likely to be replaced by an e-Tron electric model.
The Audi TT is available with a petrol engine in two variants. It has a 2.0-litre 4 cylinder petrol engine that has been mated to a 6-speed transmission using the Quattro AWD system. The two variants are available with capacities of 1984 cc and 3189 cc.
The car can seat 4 passengers. The fuel tank capacity is 55 litres and it offers fuel efficiency of 14.33 km/l. The car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 250 km/hr. It has an ample boot space of 305 litres.
Some of the features of the Audi TT include:
The Audit TT has two variants on offer and the premium rates are given in the table below. It must be noted that the premium depends on the variant, year of registration, the place (RTO) where the car was registered, among others.
Price of the Car
Audi TT 45 TFSI 1984 cc
Audi TT S Tronic Quattro 3189 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Audi TT car registered in Mumbai.
Add-on covers extend the scope of your insurance policy. It allows you to get certain exclusions included in the policy. Some of the add-ons you can consider choosing are:
You can renew your Audi TT car insurance policy easily and conveniently when you get it done through PolicyX.com. The procedure to do this is simple and can be done as follows:
Most of the car parts are depreciated, which means their values keep getting reduced year on year. This will reduce the amount you can claim if you meet with an accident. If you buy a zero depreciation cover add-on, then depreciation is calculated as zero, which means you are effectively getting bumper-to-bumper coverage for your car.
The engine failed because of your action. When the water got into the engine, starting it flooded the engine causing the car to break down. This is consequential damage and is excluded as per the insurance policy. Hence, your claim was rejected. In such a situation, you must call the car company to take the car for repair.
Racing is illegal under the terms of the insurance policy. Driving the car for racing invalidates the policy. Any illegal use of the car is prohibited. All claims made will thus be rejected.
A voluntary deductible is a sum you agree to pay in case of insurance damage. If there is an accident, then you need to pay the agreed amount of Rs.15,000 before the balance is taken care of by the insurer. Since you agree to pay extra, opting for a voluntary deductible will reduce your premium.
Last updated on 18-06-2020