Used 2012 Mini Cooper Convertible Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Mini Cooper Convertible

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Cooper Convertible, the base version that comes with a price tag of $25,650 is powered with a 121HP engine. This car is very affordable and for those who are not big fans of high power delivery, Cooper Convertible is the right choice. The next option is Cooper Convertible S, which comes with a slightly modified engine that produces 181HP. For a price tag of $28,650, Cooper S is a great car with added power. The overall economy is identical to that of the Cooper so your extra investment will be the $3,000 you're paying the beginning. However, if you are the ultimate performance enthusiast, your search will end up with the John Cooper Works Convertible that is priced at $35,800. Powered by the same 1.6 L engine, this Cooper Convertible makes all the difference from its siblings by a factory fitted turbocharger that boosts the power output to a massive 208HP! The best thing is that you don't have to compromise a lot on the fuel efficiency front but you can enjoy awesome performance as a bonus.

Every leading Cooper Convertible 2012 review agrees that the Mini convertible stands out from competition with its unique features. A one-year subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio and HD Radio technology brings great communication and easy access to the outside world when you are on the move. The three in one convertible roof is absolutely flexible. You can get rid of the roof whenever you want and it's back in position the moment you need it. The electronic throttle makes sure that Cooper Convertible is not prone to manmade mistakes! It senses acceleration and pumps the exact amount of gasoline to the engine while avoiding the pressure variations on your foot. Now, forget about excessive fuel getting pumped to the engine without your knowledge.

The six speed Gettag manual transmission is an absolute joy for those who love to control the momentum of their vehicles but if you are a comfort freak that doesn't believe in frequent gearshifts but wants to drive the way you want, you've got another great option; the six speed automatic transmission! The dynamic stability control and traction control does an excellent job in keeping your car glued to the road. The auto leveling Xenon headlamps adjusts according to the road conditions, so you can forget about eye strain and concentrate on your driving. With four airbags to protect its occupants, Cooper Convertible is definitely a great car in safety front as well.

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