The Mini Cooper S Hatchback is simply the most fun I've ever had driving a car. With its combination of turbocharged power, tight suspension, responsive braking and balance, it's like driving a much more expensive sports car. If you test drive one, you'll want to own it.
My Second Mini
2015 Mini CooperJ Ison - Columbia, SC07/14/2016
Loved my first Mini Cooper S and wanted the same thing but a bit bigger with 4 doors. They started making a 4 door original Mini in 2015 so I was holding out on trading until that model came up. It was worth the wait. It's a bit longer and a bit wider with a very economical "green mode" for better mileage although "sport mode" is still a fun option.
A street-legal go-kart ... the most fun car ever
2006 Mini CooperGary Chiasson - Nashville, TN08/08/2016
Fun factor is off the charts. I bought this car for my wife, who commutes to a part-time job. We already have two other vehicles, so practicality wasn't a concern. She decided she wanted a small convertible and after reading a lot of reviews, this is what we chose. We've had it four months now with no issues. I understand maintenance can be costly on these, but we haven't had a single issue. It gets decent mileage (it would get great mileage but it's so much fun to step on the gas in this thing), it's comfortable, and it is the most fun car I've ever driven, hands down. It has surprising room for the driver and passenger, but the backseat is only good for two mid-size passengers and even then, only for short distances.
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Published on Thursday, July 20, 2017
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