Mini Convertible review

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Mini Convertible
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26 Apr 2016 12:55 | Last updated: 21 Aug 2018 14:48

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British people are an optimistic bunch. Despite the persistent wet and cold weather, we are one of the biggest markets in the world for convertible cars.

The best seller of which is the Mini Convertible. Based on the three-door hatchback version of the car, this pocket-sized convertible has few direct rivals, competing with the likes of the DS 3 Cabrio and Fiat 500C, while its more expensive models are priced alongside cheaper versions of Audi’s roofless A3.

The Mini Convertible looks competitive, too; like the hatchback, it promises to drive nicely, has a high-quality interior and its infotainment – based on BMW’s iDrive system – is one of the best in class.

The engine and trim range is more streamlined than the hatchback, with only petrol power in Cooper, Cooper S and hot John Cooper Works variants.

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Cooper
A 6.5in infotainment screen with Bluetooth, a digital radio and a USB input is standard, along with air-con, 16in alloy wheels, front and rear LED lights and rear parking sensors. Available with ou...View trim
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£18,700
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Cooper Classic
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£20,080
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Cooper Exclusive
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£22,680
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Cooper Sport
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Cooper S
Cooper S features 16in alloy wheels, a bonnet scoop, sports seats and a multi-function leather steering wheel. Only available with the lower-powered 2.0-litre petrol engine...View trim
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£22,820
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Cooper S Classic
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£24,430
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Cooper S Exclusive
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£26,180
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Cooper S Sport
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