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Performance

The Cooper along with the turbocharged Cooper S has a 1.6-litre petrol engine and the John Cooper Works (JCW) has a modified 211bhp which can also be found in the MINI Challenge racer. Despite the fact it’s weightier unit than the Hatch, the Convertible records an impressive 0-62mph in 9.8 seconds in Cooper form while the Cooper S model shaves off 2.5 seconds and the JCW tune records a rapid 6.9 seconds. The 181bhp Cooper S has an eager turbocharged engine and tuneful exhaust which suits the Convertible’s sporty nature. But to find out which is the best model for you a test drive is a must.

Running Costs

The Cooper model averages an economic 50mpg while sitting in insurance group nine. The Cooper S emits just 139g/km of CO2 emissions thanks to its stop-start technology while the Cooper D represents the best in efficiency with a fuel economy of 70.6mpg but with CO2 emissions of 105g/km. Across the range the convertible offers characteristically efficient fuel economy while the tlc aftercare package offers extra peace of mind.

Equipment

The unique selling point for this MINI is its roof which opens and closes at the touch of a button in 12 seconds. As well as this, air conditioning, stability control, alarm, power steering, electric windows and roof, come as standard along with Isofix child seat mounting points, four airbags, parking sensors, 15-inch alloy wheels, CD stereo with aux-in point, electric mirrors and heated rear windows. Further up the trim levels, the Cooper S adds run-flat tyres, Sport button, honeycomb grille, twin exhaust pipe, sports seats and leather steering wheels. At the top of the range the JCW adds 17-inch wheels, a new speedometer and JCW logo trimmings.