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My Mini Cooper
I really enjoyed my Mini Cooper convertible. It was my first convertible, and it was a blast to drive around. I was hesitant at first due to there not being a roll bar. I thought it would be unsafe to drive. Yet after the first few months, I let these feelings go. The Mini Cooper never felt unsafe to drive, whether the top was down or not. The gas mileage it got was a little lower than what I was told I would get. I am usually a very considerate driver, so I don't burn through gas really fast. I think overall it was a very good car, but it did have its problems. There was some engine trouble early on, and it being a foreign car, the parts and maintenance were usually much more expensive. Due to this fact, I usually replaced most of the parts myself.
Newark, New Jersey
Tiny and cute
The Mini Cooper is a great car as a first car. It is small and compact. It is a perfect car with nice horsepower and a sport button for the empty roads. The convertible has nice adjustable seats. The technology on the car is great. The car shows you whatever is wrong with it. If you need an oil change, it will warn you before you are completely out of oil. The tires are fantastic as they do not deflate completely. They are run flat tires, which are great in emergencies. The sound system of the car is excellent. The car performs like a dream. It is a small but mighty speed demon. The Mini Cooper works amazingly on the on the curbs with great control. This car only uses high quality gasoline. It is worth the price. The engine is smooth. I enjoy driving this car on the highways with the top down. The perks of having a small car is that parking is easier to find than for a big car. This is a great car for beginners.
Kernersville, North Carolina
My little rocket
My Mini Cooper S convertible is a small economy car that is known for its speed, extreme drifting, and unique look. Their popularity has surged because of their unique look and their race car-like quality. It truly goes 0-60 in a few seconds. They are just fun to drive, the turbo makes a heavy growling sound that lets you know its a serious car when you press the pedal. They are very affordable cars, and for about 20K, you can get most of luxuries like leather, automatic, heated seats, sunroof, etc. On the flip side, mechanical work on the Minis is expensive. Most of the body parts are made of plastic, and they break easily and you might end up buying chrome color plastic parts that run $50 and up. Obviously, it's a small car so if you have a longer commute to work, I wouldn't recommend one. Clutch and timing chain has to be replaced every three years, which costs about $1K for each job. Regardless, I love my car and would want it any other way.