The modelRead full Mini Convertible review
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.
The trimSee full equipment
Upgrading to Sport trim is largely aesthetic, giving you all the same equipment as the Classic trim but with all the styling tweaks that you’ll find on the sporty John Cooper Works. In fact, the only equipment it adds is adaptive suspension, although that doesn’t really quell the Mini’s firm ride.
The engineSee full engine specs
If you want more oomph, the 176bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder Cooper S is a good place to start. It maintains the smooth delivery that you get with the Cooper, but cuts the 0-62mph time to a fraction under seven seconds.
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