First the good bits – there's plenty of adjustment to help you tune your driving position just-so, and the dashboard looks interesting with its funky, retro styling. However, all those overly styled, poorly positioned switches make the dash a nightmare to use, and the narrow back window and thick pillars mean rear visibility is awful.
Mini Coupe Coupe space & practicality
You only get two seats in the coupe, but each is surrounded by lots of head- and legroom. There's some storage behind the seats, too, plus a hatch through to the boot that allows you to load or retrieve small items from the cabin. The boot itself is a decent size at 280 litres, but the space is shallow and the floor is uneven.
Mini Coupe Coupe equipment
While there are four versions available, these are separated by their engines rather than the amount of kit they get. All Coupes come with the same basic specification, which includes alloys, air-con, parking sensors and a CD player with DAB radio. For those who want to customise their car, there are all sorts of options available.