Enjoy Every Season With Mini Cooper Convertible

The Mini Cooper convertible, costing over 16,000 pounds on road, is a beautiful model with a 3 in 1 roof ideal for all seasons. While you get protection during the rain, you can soak up the sun during long winter rides too. It has some amazing features as well that will make it worth every pound you have paid for it.

Chassis Features

The stance of the Mini Cooper Convertible is compact, yet stable with wide front grilles and apparently broad shoulders. The clusters for the rear lights, the surrounding parts of the front headlamps, the grille and the handles of the door all have an exquisite Chrome line finish. An active roll over bar in the exterior gives an improved view of the rear. The colors are very soft on the eye too.

Mechanical Features

It has an engine that delivers high performance. The windscreen is steep so that you can enjoy the feeling of fresh air when you are driving it open. The gearbox is manual with 6 speeds. The energy used up for breaking can be reused. It also has auto start stop functionality.


The Mini Cooper Convertible can give a top speed of up to 123 miles per hour with a maximum torque of 160Nm and carbon dioxide emissions around 133 g/km. The six speed automatic transmission gives a sports mode for those who like the extra pick up in the vehicle. It has an amazing dynamic control too which constantly uses the sensors to detect in what direction you want to go depending on lateral acceleration and the steering. If the Mini is going in any other direction it applies corrections through brake pressure and adjusting torque on each of the wheels thus reducing accident probability. There are anti lock brakes too which let you stop suddenly with all stability.

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