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2011 MINI Cooper Convertible - Review


out of 10

If the 2011 MINI Cooper feels too claustrophobic for you, or the 2011 MINI Cooper Clubman just isn’t your style, then the 2011 MINI Cooper Convertible could just be the modern-day MINI for you.

Like the aforementioned Cooper and Clubman, the Convertible gets three different trim levels including the high-performance John Cooper Works spec, and at a starting price of less than 20 grand, we think the car is bargain for anyone wanting a European designed cabrio with plenty of steet-cred.

At this price range, anyone considering a Ford Mustang Convertible, Mazda Miata, New Beetle Convertible or the upcoming 2012 Fiat 500 Cabrio should definitely check out the MINI as well.

Whichever 2011 MINI Cooper Convertible trim level you choose, you’ll be rewarded with a pint-sized runabout with a genuine go-kart feel. The car’s wheel-at-each-corner design makes it very chuckable around corners and when equipped with a turbo will be able to keep up with much more expensive...
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