Mini Roadster: The Super Mini Car

In 2011 the company introduced Mini Roadster which debuted at the Motor Show in Detroit in 2012. It is considered to be the first compact two-seater with an open top.

Thanks the manual or semi-automatic mechanism, the soft top can be easily opened and closed. Boot section is quite big.

The car is available in the following versions: Cooper, Cooper S, Cooper SD and JCW which is considered to be one of the most powerful modifications. All of them are equipped with 1.6-liter petrol engine producing 122 h.p. The company supplies the European market with a 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine with capacity of 143 h.p.

The basic version includes the following equipment, such as audio system with CD and MP3 player, adjustable seats, Park Distance Control, side mirrors, air-conditioner, etc.

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