Most people will have no trouble finding a comfortable driving position because there’s loads of adjustment. However, the dashboard is more of a mixed bag; it has a funky retro design, but is full of messily arranged and poorly marked switches. Rear visibility is very limited with the roof up, although it’s no worse than it is in the Mini Coupe.
Mini Roadster Sports space & practicality
Compared with other two-seat roadsters, the Mini is massively practical. The passenger compartment has bags of space, and the boot offers a sizeable 240 litres of luggage space whether the roof is up or down. There’s also a hatch through to the boot that allows you to load or retrieve small items without getting out of the car, plus a storage shelf behind the seats, too.
Mini Roadster Sports equipment
While there are four versions available, these are separated by their engines rather than the amount of equipment they get. All Roadsters come with the same basic specification, which includes alloy wheels, air-conditioning, parking sensors and a part-electric roof. For those who want to customise their car, there are all sorts of options available.