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MINI Convertible (2009–2015)

Last updated 13 July 2018

Highly desirable and very pretty. Handles well even with the roof down. Lower emissions than previous MINI Convertible. Air conditioning now standard.
Options can easily add quite a lot to the final price.
Updated 13 July 2018

Another leak reported from roof of 2014 MINI Cooper convertible. Drips of water on the inside of the roof during the winter. Owner treated it with Auto Glym. This has now nearly stopped but owner finds...

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The second generation MINI Convertible is slightly lighter and narrower than the original model yet has sightly more boot space. Another change is the pop-up rather than fixed rear roll bars, giving the Convertible a much cleaner look. At launch, the new MINI Convertible was available as a Cooper, Cooper S, and JCW but in 2010, a MINI One Convertible was added followed by the 2.0-litre Cooper SD. 

Refined and mature it may be, but all MINI Convertible models are good fun to drive, with all the grip you'd need on the road. It has a desirable image and strong residuals.

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