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2015 MINI Coupe What's new for 2015? 
2015 MINI Coupe

Mini is trimming its model lineup, with the Coupe and its 2-seat Roadster counterpart not getting the callback to enter a second generation on Mini's latest platform. Still, like all 2015 Minis, the Coupe gets automatic climate control, and the fog lights switch from halogen to LED.

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2014 MINI Coupe What's new for 2014? 
2014 MINI Coupe

Changes to the 2014 Mini Cooper Coupe are so minimal even the price is unchanged.

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2013 MINI Coupe What's new for 2013? 
2013 MINI Coupe

As with the rest of Mini's lineup for 2013, Bluetooth wireless connectivity is now standard, replacing Sirius satellite radio, which becomes an option. John Cooper Works editions are now more fuel-efficient and can be had with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

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2012 MINI Coupe What's new for 2012? 
2012 MINI Coupe

Driving the marque into an entirely new market segment, the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe raises the dynamic bar for the Mini family and sets the stage for what the automaker promises will be an expanded lineup destined to include no fewer that 10 different body styles within the next 10 years.

About MINI Coupe

The 2015 Mini Coupe is arguably the most eccentric model from an already-eccentric brand. Or just think of it as the most concentrated Mini available. With only two seats and a small cargo area, this car is not exactly a beacon of practicality. Compared to the Hardtop sibling from which it's derived, the Coupe holds half as many people and doesn't have the cargo flexibility of the standard Mini hatchback. But what the Mini Coupe lacks in everyday usability, it makes up for in attitude and the brand's inherent go-kart-quick handling. Its styling, defined by a "floating" roof and integrated spoiler worn like a backward baseball cap, is a like-it-or-not affair. If you're in the former camp, act soon: The Coupe is exiting Mini's lineup shortly.