Mini Convertible review

Category: Convertible

Section: Passenger & boot space

Mini Convertible 2021 interior front seats
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front right tracking roof down
  • Mini Convertible 2021 rear right tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior dashboard
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior front seats
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior infotainment
  • Mini Convertible 2021 rear tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front tracking
  • Mini convertible 2021 right tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 right static roof up
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front right static
  • Mini Convertible 2021 headlight detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 wheel detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 badge detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front seats
  • Mini Convertible 2021 driver display
  • Mini Convertible 2021 boot open
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front right tracking roof down
  • Mini Convertible 2021 rear right tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior dashboard
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior front seats
  • Mini Convertible 2021 interior infotainment
  • Mini Convertible 2021 rear tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front tracking
  • Mini convertible 2021 right tracking
  • Mini Convertible 2021 right static roof up
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front right static
  • Mini Convertible 2021 headlight detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 wheel detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 badge detail
  • Mini Convertible 2021 front seats
  • Mini Convertible 2021 driver display
  • Mini Convertible 2021 boot open
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Mini Convertible provides a generous amount of space up front for two tall adults. However, getting your two rear passengers in and out with the roof in place is a bit of a palaver. It involves them ducking beneath the low roof and squeezing in through a very narrow gap created by the tilted-forward front seats. Obviously, this is a much easier exercise with the roof down.

Thankfully, relative to the Fiat 500 (both petrol and electric versions) in particular, once the rear passengers are ensconced, they’ll have a reasonable amount of knee room and space under the front seats to place their feet. That said, the VW T-Roc Cabriolet is a much roomier alternative is you regularly need to put people in the back.