2014 Mini Cooper PacemanNate G - Denver, CO05/23/2016
Very quick! Great size, even for 4 adults (not recommended for children or pets). AWD is a must in Colorado and the ALL4 traction makes it even better. Only other comparable vehicle is the Evoke, but it's twice as expensive. Perfect vehicle if you want sporty and practical for the unpredictable road conditions of Colorado.
Driving is fun again!
2011 Mini Cooper ClubmanDAVID GITTELMAN - RALEIGH, NC12/02/2015
This car is so much fun to drive that I don't mind waking up early and driving to work. It is very responsive to my pressure on the gas pedal, choice of gears (#6 speedmanual) and turn of the wheel. It feels like an extension of me as a driver. The design is retro and funky which I love, and people say the car "is me." Check out "lounge leather" interior if you can find it; very comfy. I have not noticed much cabin noise like others have mentioned. Harmon-Kardon sound is incredible. The Clubman has a bit of a "boot" which is handy at times.
Uncomfortable/Not for trips
2013 Mini Cooper RoadsterTerra Shuff - Sorrento, FL08/07/2016
Good for "at home" just running around here and there-FUN BUT NOT FOR TRAVEL, GREAT FOR GAS BUt OTHERWISE: tight steering makes hard on wrists), storage is poor (she a short weekend get away can be difficult but doable), can't control temperature and I hate to say it but made like a tank BUT THE INTERIOR is cheaply made.
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