Used MINI Roadster Convertibles

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

Changes to the Mini Roadster for 2015 include the addition of rain-sensing wipers and automatic climate control as standard equipment.

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

There are no major changes to the 2014 Mini Cooper Roadster.

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

As with all other 2013 Mini models, Bluetooth wireless connectivity is now standard on the Roadster, replacing Sirius satellite radio, which becomes an option. A semi-automatic roof and wind deflector are now standard on all Roadsters. John Cooper Works editions get improved fuel economy and the option of an automatic transmission.

About MINI Roadster

Mini's 2-seat Roadster for 2015 fills the void left by the demise of such classic British roadsters as the Triumph Spitfire and TR6. Unlike these vintage 2-seaters, however, the Mini Roadster is neither anemic nor unreliable. To create the Roadster, the Cooper convertible has been rethought, offering less passenger space but a larger trunk and a big boost in performance. Though not as sleek as the Mazda MX-5 Miata, the Roadster, nevertheless, has a charm all its own. Like the Fiat 500c, the 2015 Mini Roadster offers three different engine choices, including the high-output John Cooper Works edition. But where the Roadster outmuscles both the Fiat and Mazda, its $27,000 starting price makes it a much more expensive prospect.