2010 Mini CooperIvan Carlos - PEmbroke Pines, FL08/03/2015
- Saves a lot of gas (I drive aprox 45 miles pr day so that makes me very happy)
- Agile car to drive in traffic
- feels solid and stable (You feel safe in case of a collision)
- Expensive maintenance (If you need to make a repairment it will be costly) In my case it was worthy...
A must own, but VERY expensive out of warranty
2010 Mini CooperAlexander M - Coral springs, FL07/19/2015
Yes but only if you can buy extended warranty. With the seats down, I've loaded a large Costco shopping cart woth of itmes! Great manual transmission. Comfortable seats and great heat/air conditioing. Top goes up/down quickly and keeps out elements very well.
BMW quality at a fraction of the price
Good gas mileage
More fun than one should legally have with cloths on
Handling, breaking and mechanical feel is top notch
BMW cost for all repairs: $180 oil change, $800 break job, etc
Must use Premium gas, so this off-sets gas savings
Base sound system is the worst sounding of any car i've owned; get harmon kardon system as aftermarket is hard to install and expensive
Rear visibility poor
Fair resale value
2009 Mini CooperRichard Smyth - Culpeper, VA02/24/2017
Sure, it's a small car. It looks different. But that's what makes a Mini so memorable. It doesn't have a lot of space but more than enough for a couple of weekend bags and a few cases of wine. Its engine won't out-muscle the monsters from Detroit but do you really want to base your own performance and identity on something so...inflated?
Borrowed from the Brits and born of a unique engine, the Mini is a sensible car with a growing following of loyal supporters. It drives like a go-kart and when was the last time someone was miserable after driving one of those? Exceptional handling, better-than-average gas mileage, and a style that defies most labels, this is a car for the individual.
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