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    2012 Audi TT RS priced from $56,850

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    Audi has finally released U.S. pricing on the company's 2012 TT RS. Buyers looking to jump into the 360-horsepower coupe can plan on handing over $56,850 (*plus any applicable destination charges) for the pleasure of ownership. That pricing scoots the mean little Audi well under the Porsche Cayman S at $62,100, though the topless Boxster S narrows that gap somewhat with a price tag of $58,600. Of course, both of those lithe sports cars are down by about 50 ponies compared to the new Quattro terror, which helps give the edge from stop light to stop light. The German automaker says that the 2012 TT RS can scoot to 60 mph in a scant 4.1 seconds.

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    Beat me to it, good stuff.

    If you quote from Autoblog please reference it with a quote. I was almost tempted to promote that directly to an article on the front page as for a second I thought you wrote it.

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    Audi TT-RS USA base price released, $56,850, too much?

    The price on this car is much higher than the car it will inevitable be compared to by most, the BMW 1M. The only reason for that is that BMW does not have a Z4 model which compared favorably with the TT-RS. In that context, the TT-RS is not priced badly at all especially vs. the current Z4's available as well as the Boxster and SLK. Also keep in mind the TT-S starts at the $47,000 mark meaning an extra $10k puts you in the RS.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Beat me to it, good stuff.

    If you quote from Autoblog please reference it with a quote. I was almost tempted to promote that directly to an article on the front page as for a second I thought you wrote it.
    I always quote articles, it was a mistake.

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    I think the price is right. Specially if you compare it to the Cayman R or the Z4-35is

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    I think its a great price. And hasn't the 0 - 60 been tested at the mid 3 sec. range? Unfortunately it is too small for me, perfect for the wife though. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by KB Click here to enlarge
    I think its a great price. And hasn't the 0 - 60 been tested at the mid 3 sec. range?
    Yes but I do not think the USA is getting the DSG.

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