Used 2013 Mini Cooper for Sale
2013 Mini Cooper
Only available at CarMax Lakeland, FL
2013 Mini Cooper S
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2013 Mini Cooper S
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2013 Mini Cooper Clubman S
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2013 Mini Cooper
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About the 2013 Mini Cooper
When you want a vehicle as fun as you are, with stylish appointments and easy driving, the 2013 Mini Cooper lineup provides you with a wide range of options for singles, couples and small families. Part of the city car class, it's focused on ease of handling in tight situations, making it easier to squeeze into that tight parking spot or turn around on narrow city streets. Featuring a classic style with modern conveniences, a wide range of available options, finishes and features, each Mini has its own personality and style, which makes it easier to find one that works for you.
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Q: What kind of fuel efficiency does the 2013 Mini Cooper get?
A: The 2013 Mini Cooper gets good fuel economy for a city car, but despite its small size, it's still not at the top of its class. The base 2013 Mini Cooper with the 1.6L inline-four engine and six-speed manual transmission has an EPA estimate of 29 mpg city, 36 mpg highway and 32 mpg combined, while the 2013 Mini Cooper S Countryman Coupe All4 with the turbocharged 1.6L inline-four engine and automatic transmission has an EPA estimate of 23 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 26 mpg combined.1
Q: What body styles is the 2013 Mini Cooper available in?
A: Part of the appeal of the 2013 Mini Cooper is its wide range of available options, providing you with several potential configurations. These options include several body styles, including a hardtop, convertible, clubman, coupe and roadster, making it possible to choose the Mini that best fits your personal look and lifestyle.
Q: What are some popular features in the 2013 Mini Cooper?
A: The 2013 Mini Cooper has a number of thoughtful features you may not have considered for a city car, including split flat-fold rear seats that boost the vehicle's cargo space to a range of 23.3 to 41.3 cubic feet, available SiriusXM® satellite radio, available premium Harman/Kardon® audio system, available sport suspension, fully-automatic convertible, available sunroof, heated glass rear window, drop-down tailgate with easy-load features, club door for easier rear-seat access, aerodynamic roof and rear spoiler.2
Q: What kind of finishes are available for the 2013 Mini Cooper?
A: With twenty-seven unique exterior paints in both metallic and non-metallic colors, twenty-two different wheel styles, seven different soft-top colors for the convertible, sixteen different interior upholstery options and several options for mirror caps, roof graphics and side scuttles, your 2013 Mini Cooper can be just as unique as you are.
1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
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Purchased by the German automaker BMW in 2000, the second generation of the Mini Cooper was released in 2007, 2008 and 2009, as the various body styles were cycled through the changes the new generation would bring. The hardtop was released in 2007 with a re-engineered platform, new protection requirements increased the vehicle's length by 60 mm and was updated to be more fuel-efficient as well as more cost-effective in production. The Clubman was released in 2008 as an estate vehicle, with a 240-mm increase in length over the hardtop, split rear doors and a right-side club door to make rear-seat access easier. The convertible was unveiled in 2009 at the Detroit Auto Show as well as the Geneva International Motor Show and features a fully-automated convertible system, considered to be very unusual in a car of this size. The 2011 model year saw the introduction of the Countryman, a crossover option which was available with either two-wheel or four-wheel drive and was the first five-door model to be introduced by the manufacturer. Both the coupe and roadster were released in 2012, with the coupe being the first two-seat Mini and the roadster being the convertible version of the coupe.
Reviews for 2013 Mini Cooper
Best Convertible for the MONEY!
It drives like a BMW and saves gas like a Honda. Great for the local beach and for long road trips to Vegas! You can check out my blue Mini Cooper Convertible on Turo.
- Ride and Handling: Smooth at 125 MPH and corners well at 65 MPH
- Value: $13K for a convertible sports car that's great on gas
- Fuel Economy: Drive fast around town @ 30mpg, Fly on the highway @ 40mpt
Love my Cooper
very dependable and an absolute joy to drive . Great gas milage i love it!
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Exactly what I wanted.
Yes. This is a fun car to drive. The diagnostics display is very handy.
- Fuel Economy: Fuel is expensive and not likely to get much cheaper.
- Power: Rides like a sports car and even more so if you turn on power boost
- Dashboard: Took a bit to get used to but I love it now.
- Visibility: This is a small car so the back seat headrests were obscuring a lot of the back window. Since I'm not likely to have more than one other person in the car I just removed them and stored them in back.
- Cargo Space: I'm not sure this is a con. You have to keep it clean and not leave stuff your not using.
- Cost to Maintain: I haven't had to fix any thing yet, and it drives beautifully so fingers crossed ,but I imagine it might cost more going by past experience with basically European cars.
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