The Audi TT was introduced in 1995 as a concept car at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and has won several awards for its interior design. The car has many firsts to its credit; it is the first ever car to include a dual clutch transmission for a right hand vehicle. This was introduced in 2003 in the UK version. It was awarded the Top Gear Coupe of the Year Award in 2006, the Fifth Gear Car of the Year Award in the same year and has been named the Best Coupe of the Year since 2007.
This four-seater (2+2 Coupe) has a four wheel drive system and is enabled with an independent front suspension.
The average annual insurance for an Audi TT is difference in each of the states in the U.S., owing to the differences in auto insurance laws. For instance, the TT can be insured for an average of $2,090 in Alabama. But, in Michigan the average is set at $3229. In Washington, the average insurance is the lowest at $1371, but in Georgia it is the highest at $3245. In the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut the average insurance is $1702, $1862, and $2262, respectively.
Similarly, the insurance percentage in states such as Connecticut, Delaware and Washington is the lowest (3%). But in states such as Hawaii and Tennessee the insurance percentage is in double digits – 11% and 10%, respectively.
The median price of the TT is the lowest ($13,950) in the state of Michigan, but the average insurance is $3,229. This is the second highest average annual insurance for this car in the U.S. It is a whopping 23% of the median price of the car. Since the insurance of the car is a recurring annual expense, buyers in Michigan must consider if they can afford to shell out this amount every year before buying the TT in this state.