MINI Convertible

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2017 MINI Convertible

For 2017, the formerly optional Media Package becomes standard, bringing a 6.5-inch screen, enhanced Bluetooth audio streaming and voice command, and a front center armrest. The formerly standard Driving Mode feature becomes optional on base Cooper models, but remains on the more powerful Cooper S and John Cooper Works models.

2016 MINI Convertible

For 2016, the Mini Cooper Convertible now shares architecture of the Mini Cooper 2-door Hardtop. Additionally, 3-cylinder-powered Mini Cooper Hardtop models get super-ultra-low- emissions-vehicle (SULEV) status without affecting performance. The Sport Package now includes dynamic dampers, allowing owners to adjust from comfortable ride to sporty handling with the flick of a switch.

About MINI Convertible

Few cars blend fun driving manners, spunky style and premium appeal like a Mini Cooper. When these British cars returned to America 15 years ago, they proved a subcompact could be an aspirational statement maker rather than a penalty box. Today's expanded lineup furthers that mission while bolstering technology and refinement. The 2017 Mini Cooper Hardtop is now available as a larger 4-door, while the Convertible trades hatchback practicality for carefree, open-air motoring. All models use zippy turbocharged engines that further Mini's case of making go-karts for grownups. While you could spend thousands less and get more practicality in a Honda Fit, Kia Rio, Ford Fiesta or Chevrolet Sonic, you'd miss out on the charm, customization, premium appeal and sheer delight inherent in every Mini.

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