2015 MINI Cooper
22,326 Miles | Miami, FL
$15,499
Est $223/mo

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2014 MINI Cooper
56,612 Miles | Miami, FL
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2015 MINI Cooper
27,858 Miles | Margate, FL
$11,299
Est $163/mo

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2014 MINI Cooper
45,529 Miles | Columbus, GA
$14,599
Est $210/mo

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2011 MINI Cooper
71,170 Miles | Nashville, TN
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2016 MINI Cooper
37,407 Miles | Doral, FL
$15,798
Est $228/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper
47,414 Miles | Madison, TN
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2016 MINI Cooper
33,339 Miles | Doral, FL
$12,998
Est $187/mo

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2015 MINI Cooper
29,994 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,298
Est $192/mo

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2016 MINI Cooper
20,502 Miles | Gastonia, NC
$14,998
Est $216/mo

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2016 MINI Cooper
37,082 Miles | Doral, FL
$15,798
Est $228/mo

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2014 MINI Cooper
64,141 Miles | Buford, GA
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2015 MINI Cooper
22,259 Miles | Doral, FL
$14,998
Est $216/mo

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2018 MINI Cooper
21,646 Miles | Doral, FL
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2012 MINI Cooper
71,917 Miles | Buford, GA
$10,998
Est $159/mo

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2015 MINI Cooper
26,106 Miles | Pineville, NC
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2015 MINI Cooper
24,310 Miles | Stockbridge, GA
$14,998
Est $216/mo

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2013 MINI Cooper
43,925 Miles | Greenville, SC
$12,998
Est $187/mo

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2016 MINI Cooper
36,245 Miles | Doral, FL
$11,998
Est $173/mo

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2012 MINI Cooper
56,199 Miles | Highlands Ranch, CO
$9,400
Est $135/mo

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MINI Cooper Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
56 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
3.9
Performance
4.2
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.4
Reliability
3.6

MINI Cooper Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 MINI Cooper - Perfectly Mini

Charlotte
Malibu, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Mini Cooper coupe is a fantastic vehicle for a small car. It looks brilliant, with its contrasting stripes and beautiful finish on the body color. The bucket seats are very comfortable and the controls are just a finger tip away. The precision of the steering system makes this car very maneuverable. The power is enough to get up on the freeway and move with the big rigs. The air conditioning system is first class. The storage area in the back is perfect for two people's groceries. The fuel economy is the best I have ever had in a car. I have driven over 20,000 miles in this car and feel confident that BMW, who owns the label, has put solid engineering in the automobile. It is very stable, even at high speeds. The car has an automatic shift and it moves through the gears very easily... (more)
Story
Our car is a star at the swimming pool parking lot because it is sky blue and silver, and the design of the hood makes it seem like it is smiling.
Pros
It is so easy to find a parking space. I can around most of the overbuilt shopping center parking lots easily. The car has a beautiful paint job and is easy to keep clean. The fuel economy is excellent at about 30 miles per gallon or more every day.
Cons
The vertical height of the car is lower and sometimes larger vehicles cannot seen this little car. I make sure to keep my lights on and honk if I notice that I am overlooked in the car. The tires, once flat, Mini will not repair, just replace.

2013 MINI Cooper -

LD
Warren, Michigan
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Driving: It is a sports car, and it handles a little rough for my liking. When I first started driving it, I remember how loud it seemed inside the car. However, I am used to that now. I sit very low to the ground, so I think that has to do with feeling every little bump in the road. The car is not the S version so that means better gas mileage, but I find that the car is a little sluggish. The interior is very cute and more roomy than one might expect. I fit 20 bags of mulch (2 cubic feet each) in the car. I love the circular features that make it look retro. The outside is the reason I bought the car. The Mini is so cute on the outside, like a little baby, and it is the only car that made me understand car love. The gas mileage, as previously stated, is pretty great, but could be ... (more)
Story
People stop me to tell me how cute they think my car is.
Pros
It is so cute and I smile when I look at it...Even now. I love how the car suits me perfectly. I love how there is a little cult following for the car, even though I don't do that sort of thing. I do love how I fit everywhere in my teeny cute little car. I really do love it, but she is a princess. Princesses are expensive.
Cons
It was expensive, but I had to have it. I don't like how I void my warranty unless I go to the dealer. Oil changes are very expensive, but I bought a pack of them when I first bought the car.

2010 MINI Cooper - Mini Cooper is a decent car.

Megan
Chelsea, Alabama
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
I love that this vehicle is small. It is a great vehicle for a single lady. I like that I can park my Mini almost anywhere, and I have no trouble getting into parking spaces. This vehicle also has great gas mileage, and I can go nearly 450 miles in between fill ups. The ride is pretty smooth inside of a Mini, and it is easy to drive. I dislike that this vehicle is so low to the ground. If I go over elevated roads or speed bumps, I have to go slowly because if I don't the bottom of the Mini will get scraped. I also dislike that this vehicle takes premium gasoline, as it costs more. There is limited trunk space in the Mini, which is great for getting a few groceries but not for hauling things. This limited space means that the backseat is not at all spacious and uncomfortable fo... (more)
Story
I took this vehicle on a drive around a very twisty road. It was really fun, as this vehicle is small and can go fast, so it was sort of like driving a race car.
Pros
The Mini Cooper is a great car for people who are single and don't have many backseat passengers. It small size is a great quality for a vehicle because it can be parked anywhere, and you won't have trouble getting into parking spaces. The small size is also great because you can easily hand wash the outside of the car to clean it. The gas mileage is wonderful, and the driver can go around 450 miles between fill ups. The Mini Cooper is easy to drive, rides smooth, and can quickly reach high speeds in a matter of seconds. The body shape of the car is very unique and is perfect for thos... (more)
Cons
The size of the vehicle also has its negatives. One negative is that the Mini Cooper is low to the ground. This means that it easily scrapes against any elevated roads or speed bumps. If I am not careful when I drive over elevated areas, then I could damage the undercarriage of the vehicle. Another negative to its small size is that the inside gets dirty quickly, and it is hard to clean all of the tiny nooks and crannies inside the vehicle. It is strenuous when vacuuming and cleaning the small interior of my Mini Cooper. The small size makes this vehicle impractical for individuals w... (more)

Mini Cooper Generations

In 2002, MINI resurrected its iconic Cooper small car that had been popular decades earlier. This reborn version was immediately popular with U.S. buyers and parent company BMW quickly moved to expand the MINI lineup overall and the Cooper model specifically to include numerous variants. These eventually included convertibles, three-doors, four-doors with an AWD option, roadsters and a two-seater coupe.

2014 - Present (Third Generation)

The third generation of the Cooper largely looks the same as the previous generation but offered a new engine under the hood. The base car had a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that put out 134 horsepower while managing to hit 30 mpg in the city and 42 mpg on the highway.

The S version also got a power upgrade to its 2.0-liter turbocharged engine; it now put 189 horsepower while getting 25 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. Overall, the Cooper added nearly an inch of height and 4.5 inches of length, which improved passenger and cargo. Option packages included the Sport Package, Cold Weather Package, Premium Package, and MINI Wired Package.

MINI continued to make upgrades to subsequent years of this generation. In 2015, some of the previous optional features became standard. In 2016, the Cooper achieved super ultra-low emitting vehicle status, which was due to an upgrade of the base three-cylinder engine, one which didn’t impact horsepower figures or performance.

In 2017, MINI introduced the MINI Seven special edition. Four new body colors became available, including Pepper White, Midnight Black, British Racing Green, and Lapisluxury Blue, and hardtop Coopers all included a Media Package.

The 2018 models added rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera as standard equipment.

The 2019 model adds some slight exterior updates such as taillights with the Union Jack insignia integrated into their design but is otherwise the same.

2007 - 2013 (Second Generation)

The second generation of MINI Cooper may not have looked much different than the first, but new engines and a slight design tweak can help tell them apart. This generation debuted in showrooms in 2007 featured front lights that were now in two sets of housings.

The base car debuted a new British-built 1.6-liter engine with 118 horsepower, a slight upgrade over the previous generation. A five-speed manual and CVT automatic remained the MINI’s transmission choices.

The S version of the Cooper featured direct fuel injection and a twin-scroll turbocharger (rather than the earlier S model’s supercharger), allowing it to get a slight boost in horsepower to 172. The S offered the same six-speed manual and automatic gearbox as before.

Like the first generation, the second generation Cooper offered a variety of luxury options and a number of interior trims and colors. Standard safety equipment included six airbags, ABS and traction control. Convertible Coopers also offered side airbags and a roll bar.

In 2011, the Cooper was given a light refresh with the addition of more colors, new wheels, more tech features, slightly more horsepower at 121 and slight revisions to the front and rear exterior. A six-speed manual transmission became standard and a six-speed automatic was optional.

2002 - 2006 (First Generation)

The first generation of MINI debuted for the 2002 model year. The two-door hatchback was easy to recognize thanks to its retro-inspired design that harked back to the (much smaller) original model.

The base Cooper for this generation had a 1.6-liter Tritec engine built in Brazil that put out 115 horsepower. Two transmissions were available, including a five-speed manual and a CVT automatic. Both helped give the Cooper top-notch fuel efficiency.

The S model for this generation was a performance spec that included a small supercharger to bump horsepower up to about 168. This version also had a six-speed manual transmission or a paddle shifter automatic. The S was known for being a sharp-handling it garnered many enthusiasts’ appreciation for the fun it promised.

The last two production years of this first-gen Cooper featured Getrag manual transmissions with slightly different gear ratios than before.

All MINI Coopers featured drive-by-wire electronic throttles instead of the standard mechanical control systems. The supercharger in the S trim left no room for the battery, so it was relocated to the back of the car, which in turn left no room for a spare tire. Therefore all S models had run-flat tires.

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