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The Mini Convertible isn’t as rewarding to drive as its hatchback sibling, but its open-air exuberance makes up for that. You also get a terrific interior and sensible running costs, while strong residuals mean you can buy with your head as well as your heart.get the best price
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Exclusive trim costs the same as Sport, exchanging sporty looks for leather seats and chrome highlights, giving the car a more luxurious feel
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This 134bhp petrol engine in the Cooper is really smooth and offers performance that's more than adequate. It’s our favourite model and is available with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
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