Best Spark Plugs For Audi TT


A spark plug is an essential part of any car engine. It helps ignite the fuel in the cylinder so that combustion can occur. If you have a car, then your best bet is to replace your old and worn-out spark plugs with new ones as soon as possible. The best way to do this is by reading our article on the best spark plugs for Audi TT cars!

The Audi TT achieves an ideal balance of being entertaining to drive while still being attractive. Don’t expect to carry anybody in the tiny rear seats, though.

With its instantly recognized first-generation design, the Audi TT became a style icon, and the current third-generation model is still appealing today. However, when compared to other more hardcore two-door sports vehicles like the Toyota Supra or Porsche 718, it is only sporty-ish.

The TT is a 2+2, all-wheel-drive convertible with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 228 horsepower and 288 lb-ft of torque. (The high-performance TT RS is covered separately.) Even though it’s not built for the track, the TT is entertaining to drive; all-wheel drive is standard, as well as a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox—but there isn’t a manual option.

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Audi TT Spark Plugs

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CNTC Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine DHHA Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 40,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 94833 PLFER7A8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice Champion 9069 KEC6WYPB-1 Iridium Spark Plug

 

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CYFB Turbo 2.5L 5-cyl Engine DAZA Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.028″ (0.71mm)
Qty. needed 4 5
Change interval 40,000 miles 30,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 94833 PLFER7A8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 91006 SILFER8C7ES Laser Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 95125 LFER7BHX Ruthenium HX Plug Pulstar IDG1H Iridium PlasmaCore Plug

 

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CETA Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CDMA Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 35,000 miles 35,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 2667 BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug NGK 2667 BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug

 

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Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CETA Turbo 2.5L 5-cyl Engine CEPB Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.028″ (0.71mm)
Qty. needed 4 5
Change interval 35,000 miles 35,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 91006 SILFER8C7ES Laser Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice Denso 5310 IK22 Iridium Power Spark Plug Denso 5345 IKH22 Iridium Power Spark Plug

 

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CDMA Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine BPY
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 35,000 miles 55,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 2667 BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug NGK 2667 BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug

 

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Info/Engine 1.8L 4-cyl Engine AMB AWP Turbo 3.2L 6-cyl Engine BHE
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.036″ (0.91mm)
Qty. needed 4 6
Change interval 35,000 miles 35,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 6458 PFR6Q Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 7563 IZKR7B Laser Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 6418 BKR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug Champion 9702 KA7ZWYPB4 Iridium Spark Plug

 

Info/Engine 1.8L 4-cyl Engine [C] Turbo 1.8L 4-cyl Engine [S] ATC Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 32,000 miles 32,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 6458 PFR6Q Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 6458 PFR6Q Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 6418 BKR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug NGK 6418 BKR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug

 

Info/Engine 1.8L 4-cyl Engine AMU
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4
Change interval 30,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 6458 PFR6Q Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 6418 BKR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug

The Audi TT is a small yet attractive sports car that is both fun to drive and easy to live with. It isn’t as quick as the more powerful BMW 2 Series, but it offers a fantastic interior and has received several subtle mid-life modifications that make it appear more sporty than ever before.

Take, for example, the front and rear bumpers. These come standard with a contrasting air intake and a ground-hugging splitter, much like on the faster TTS model. The side skirts also have angular bulges protruding behind the doors that resemble chiseled cheekbones and are available in a variety of vibrant hues, from a modest blue to an exceptionally eye-catching orange.

The new Audi TT doesn’t appear to be much different from the vehicle it replaces when you enter. That’s a good thing since the cabin of the TT is one of the most instantly recognizable in the small sports car category thanks to its tidy trio of air vents, uncluttered appearance, and huge digital driver’s display that comes standard. It’s definitely more memorable than the BMW 2 Series’ somewhat underwhelming interior.

Unfortunately, the tiny Audi TT is far less roomy than the boxier BMW inside. There’s enough space for adults to relax in the front seats, but the rear seats are more of a token gesture than a practical one. It’s also true of Audi’s trunk. It’s smaller than the BMW’s, but at least there’s still room for a handful of small bags and a pair of soft luggage.

Spark plugs light the fuel mix in the engine, propelling your vehicle forward. It gets a spark from the electronic ignition in modern vehicles or the distributor cap and rotor in older cars, which sits on top of the cylinder head.

Finally, conventional spark plugs will wear out after approximately 30,000 miles to as much as 40,000 miles. This might result in installing, starting difficulties, and engine misfires. Higher-priced platinum-tipped spark plugs may not have to be changed as often. At the same time, it’s a good idea to change your oxygen sensor, spark plug wires, PCV valve, and fuel filter.

Dan Hoffman

Dan is a co-founder of Engineswork. He knows everything about internal combustion engines. Ask your questions in comments down below this article - he will be glad to help you anytime.

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