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SLC 200 AMG line vs Audi TT S-line (for poor people)

My car's coming up for replacement and with all the hype about the latest A*** TT I thought I check out my options... I'm an ordinary tart, so I won't even try to justify spending my hard earned on an AMG43 SLC or TTS or heaven forbid a TT-RS to myself, so all you rich people can stop reading now if you like.. this one's for the ordinary folk.

Last W/E I took both cars out for extended back to back test drives. I really liked driving the TT... for a while, but didn't really feel it was "my thing". I couldn't put my finger on what I found off putting about it until I read this comparison, everything the reviewer cites as a positive in favour of the TT was the exact opposite of what I was looking for.

The motoring press and online reviews will have you believe the new TT is the most sophisticated and bleeding edge coupe/convertible, the embodiment of contemporary design and chic, but is it really?

That the TT is a sharp car, there wasn't much doubt in my mind about that.

Body styling: Both cars follow their respective manufacturers current design language, the TT's styling is angular and edgy, the SLC more curvaceous and organic, these are themes that follow through to almost every other aspect of the cars themselves.

Interior design and layout: The motoring press keep saying that the TT is the last word in sophisticated design, I found it to be a bit flashy and fussy, there are some very nice touches but there's a bit too much going on - everywhere. The Audis virtual cockpit with sat nav is very hi-tech and clever but didn't look to be as sharp as the Comand Nav screen in the SLC, as for the other things the journos rave about e.g. fit and finish + materials.. I preferred the dated (read: deliberately retro and harmonious) asthetic of the SLC (strangely, the same features generally receive high praise in the SL). The one area I felt they were right was the design and feedback of the rotary controls, IMO MB could do with a bit of refinement here and make it more like the latest C class, but it's s very small point This isn't all one sided though, the TTs indicator stalks look like they were lifted direct from a VW Polo or something and the plethora of steering wheel controls and other buttons just look messy to my eye. The SLC is very like Apple computers industrial design philosophy, clean and somewhat understated.

Driving dynamics: The TT is again very sharp and on the money, the steering wheel is placed much lower than the SLC and felt much more go-kart like in it's position and directness with an extremely responsive engine and gearbox. The TTs 19" wheels and stiffer suspension made for a very taut ride But there's a downside, it didn't feel at all relaxed and what ultimately hit home to me was that I want a smooth, comfortable and chilled convertible with a reasonable amount of power and sophistication. The press also claim that he TTs brakes are superior but I honestly didn't notice any difference from the SLC whatsoever.

Practicality: The SLC's hard top (with optional Pano roof) wins hands down for me, it lends a degree of lightness and airiness to the cockpit that the TT sadly lacks with the roof up. It gives the SLC a degree of tranquility the the Audi just couldn't match. The boot space (with the roof up) is much more usable in the SLC too.

Maybe it's just because I'm getting old, but ultimately the TT felt much like my beloved (and now gone) MR2 Turbo... great fun, but the car I would choose to leave in my garage 99% of the time, and that's not a great indictment of a Ł40K plus car.

Whilst both these cars may ostensibly appear to serve the same market sector, that of open top 2 seaters, in reality they don't actually bear much of a direct comparison, the TT felt much more of a traditional "Sports Car" and the SLC like a refined "Grand Tourer". I was initially very impressed with the TT but tired of it's pushiness very quickly, I dread to imagine driving any distance in it, whereas even with my current SLK, after a long journey I always get out wishing it could've gone on for longer.

Of course, this is all just my personal opinion.. all the factors above are extremely subjective.

So my recommendation is, don't slavishly follow the opinions of the motoring journalists, they've got a vested interest in promoting the latest trend (otherwise they'd be out of a job pretty sharpish), follow your own instincts, test drive all your options and assess them against your OWN criteria then trust yourself to make the right decision.. for your own personal circumstances!
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Basti, maybe a nice classic or an older well taken care of MB is the way to go. I think way to often we are told what we need and we just buy it because..... I rather would drive a nice classic as a D/D than some of them new Appliances we see on the road these days.

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I'm very much an Audi TT fan, but the reality of the current TT is that it's just another platform MQB car. It always used Golf bits but previously the platform was unique to the TT. I think unless you're getting quattro (which means DSG and the 230PS engine in the UK) you are far better off with an SLC.

In my opinion, Mercedes just has a better all-round package.
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Bavistock - totally agree with how you see the difference. I think the press try and make too much of what they are writing and lose the plot. You are spot on that the SLK, and I suppose the SLC, leaves you wanting a bit more. And of course the folding top caps it (but for how long more?)

However there it stops I am afraid! Here the writers are correct on build quality. I have just bought a new Audi RS3 and I have coined up a good phrase: If you want to keep the mileage low on your Mercedes, buy an Audi S Line! I am afraid MB are losing the plot with their build quality way below BMW and Audi. OK the RS3 is a bit of a 'special' but it is such a solid car that it is untrue! I said in another thread, do not rush out to buy an SLC43 until you try the TT-RS - unless the vario roof is your No1 criteria in a car.
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I'm very much an Audi TT fan, but the reality of the current TT is that it's just another platform MQB car. It always used Golf bits but previously the platform was unique to the TT. I think unless you're getting quattro (which means DSG and the 230PS engine in the UK) you are far better off with an SLC.

In my opinion, Mercedes just has a better all-round package.
You've hit the nail right on the head, when I was looking at specing the TT I was drawn to the performance and techno wizardry elements.. With the SLC I was always looking at the comfort and convenience options. It took me a little while to be honest with myself and for it to dawn on me what I wanted just wasn't provided by TT however impressive it first seemed. It was a great deal of fun though and I did enjoy myself but novelty wore off a bit too quickly and I wasn't unhappy to hand the keys back.

As an aside, there was a lady (she must've been in her early 70s) at the next desk in the Audi dealership who was in the process of trading in her Honda Jazz for a TT S-line. I guess she was looking for something a bit different, I bet she'd have written a completely different review to mine.
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MB are losing the plot with their build quality way below BMW and Audi. OK the RS3 is a bit of a 'special' but it is such a solid car that it is untrue! I said in another thread, do not rush out to buy an SLC43 until you try the TT-RS - unless the vario roof is your No1 criteria in a car.
This is very interesting and exactly the thing I was attempting to draw out. The public perception has been driven by advertising and taught to accept that Audis are the last word in everything stylistically. I'm not saying they aren't extremely good cars, I'd just like people to make make their value judgements based on their own criteria. It they weigh the evidence and buy according to their own agenda, then they'll be much happier with their purchase.

You and I are seeing the same things but drawing very different conclusions. For me, the idea of some general "build quality" is a pretty nebulous concept born in the media.

I'm certainly not saying the Audi was a bad car or poorly screwed together because it wasn't, but it didn't have a monopoly on "nice touches", for instance the (rubberised) plastics on the dash that the journalists commend so highly didn't seem in the least bit special to me, though things like the knurled and damped rotary controls were bang on the mark, but overall there was just a bit too much going on with the number of design elements, like they'd used one of every toy in the toy shop. Bizarrely the BMW interior which was being raved about in the motoring press only 5 years ago has not seemingly been updated much and feels very low rent with its hard black plastics and switchgear... Actually, it struck me that it was them who were now leagues behind.

For me at least, the real competition for the SLC comes not from the TT, but the new C-class coupe... The interior of that manages to pull of the combination of restrained luxury, without a sense of over egging the pudding. I think I need to try one of those with a pano roof.
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Bavistock - totally agree with how you see the difference. I think the press try and make too much of what they are writing and lose the plot. You are spot on that the SLK, and I suppose the SLC, leaves you wanting a bit more. And of course the folding top caps it (but for how long more?)

However there it stops I am afraid! Here the writers are correct on build quality. I have just bought a new Audi RS3 and I have coined up a good phrase: If you want to keep the mileage low on your Mercedes, buy an Audi S Line! I am afraid MB are losing the plot with their build quality way below BMW and Audi. OK the RS3 is a bit of a 'special' but it is such a solid car that it is untrue! I said in another thread, do not rush out to buy an SLC43 until you try the TT-RS - unless the vario roof is your No1 criteria in a car.
Hal, you may be bang-on with the RS3 but the TT is built at a different factory in Gyor in Hungary and it's been dogged by build-quality issues from day one.

Just today, on the first page of the Mk 3 Audi TT Forum, there are 9 build quality threads on the front page alone. Most of them are software issues but there are plenty of hardware faults too. It's very concerning that 18 months after the Mk 3 TT was launched in the UK, new owners are still beta-testing the car for Audi.
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Thanks wja96, I'll read up on that later... Cos the sun's shining and even thought I enjoy talking to everyone on the forum, I NEED to be out with the top down enjoying the very thing I bought the car in the fist place!
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Basti, maybe a nice classic or an older well taken care of MB is the way to go. I think way to often we are told what we need and we just buy it because..... I rather would drive a nice classic as a D/D than some of them new Appliances we see on the road these days.

Those cars weren't usable as daily drivers when they were new. If Triumph had been reliable they'd still be in business, instead of which they were temperamental rust-heaps built by people who, when they weren't actually on strike, were planning the next strike rather than building a decent car. Sorry, but they're not practical.
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Hal, you may be bang-on with the RS3 but the TT is built at a different factory in Gyor in Hungary and it's been dogged by build-quality issues from day one.

Just today, on the first page of the Mk 3 Audi TT Forum, there are 9 build quality threads on the front page alone. Most of them are software issues but there are plenty of hardware faults too. It's very concerning that 18 months after the Mk 3 TT was launched in the UK, new owners are still beta-testing the car for Audi.
This is sad to hear but perfectly plausible - there is always good and bad in a barrel!
Still, I will not allow it to spoil the honeymoon! This is the first quattro I have had and having a well built solid car delivering each and every horse to the wheels is such a joy, I would like to think that the TT would be the same! My regret now is putting up with the AMG so called tuning I have had over the past years - shoving an over powered V8 into a tin can and letting the hapless owners to get on with it!
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Thanks wja96, I'll read up on that later... Cos the sun's shining and even thought I enjoy talking to everyone on the forum, I NEED to be out with the top down enjoying the very thing I bought the car in the fist place!
Yes, the sun is shining, and I'm at work!

Apparently just because it's a Bank Holiday, people still want to buy fresh food the day after, so someone has to make it

But it pays for a nice car!
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This is sad to hear but perfectly plausible - there is always good and bad in a barrel!
Still, I will not allow it to spoil the honeymoon! This is the first quattro I have had and having a well built solid car delivering each and every horse to the wheels is such a joy, I would like to think that the TT would be the same! My regret now is putting up with the AMG so called tuning I have had over the past years - shoving an over powered V8 into a tin can and letting the hapless owners to get on with it!
RS cars are built onto a rolling shell by Quattro GMBH at Neckarsulm, so yours is even more hand-assembled than an AMG 55
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Basti, maybe a nice classic or an older well taken care of MB is the way to go. I think way to often we are told what we need and we just buy it because..... I rather would drive a nice classic as a D/D than some of them new Appliances we see on the road these days.

I used to own a '65 TR4 just like the above but in red (and a US version).
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RS cars are built onto a rolling shell by Quattro GMBH at Neckarsulm, so yours is even more hand-assembled than an AMG 55
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Hal, just Googled up on your new RS3, that's a helluva thing you've got there, waaay toooo hardcore for me!

I drove a (nearly) current cooking model A3 two years ago when I bought my SLK... to be honest, and I might be in a minority of 1 here, I much preferred that car to the TT I drove last week, the interior design was much more to my taste and I didn't feel like it or I was trying too hard all the time.

I think the A3's interior is the one the press should be lauding... not the TT's.

Actually, thinking about it some more, its a pity that the A3 cabrio just doesn't do it for me visually.
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Its a ***** cat really, just leave it on idle and it happily putts around town.

You could be right about the interiors. This is where the SLK does come in to its own. It is more showy which stands you out from the crowd. Anything Audi is always going to be a tad Teutonic.
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I did not put the stars in - surely we are not that prissy that we cannot say ***** cat? How about *****cat then, does this work?
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For heavens sake. Let's try p-u-s-s-y cat then...
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Actually, thinking about it some more, its a pity that the A3 cabrio just doesn't do it for me visually.
I p/exed an (old) shape A3 cabrio. 2 litre auto S-Line for the SLK having owned from new a Honda 2000 prior to the Audi.
The stumpy looks of the Audi did irritate me a little but it was a cracker. Went like the clappers, as fast as the Honda I reckon, plenty of space, fast operating hood at up to about 30mph, TOTALLY draught free with the deflector in place that covered over the rear seat area. It oozed quality more so than Mercedes to be honest, ride a bit firm but not as bone jarring as the SLK. Audi UK useless & obstructive over an issue with roof fabric deterioration. BUT it was a bit boring & I suspected owning & driving an SLK would be more of an 'event' & I was right. Darn me though I do miss the Audi sometimes.
Current model A3 Cab. is too long but rightly gets rave reviews & is unquestionably the best 4 seater open car on the market. New 1 or is it 2 Series BMW has some visual improvements but I could never want to be a BMW Owner.
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