Mini Convertible Car Reviews

The Mini Convertible is a 2-door, 4-seater sports car. The car is blessed with all the qualities associated with the Mini brand, whilst raising the bar in terms of aesthetics. Not only does the Convertible look great though, it also performs excellently.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 4.5/5
Looks sporty and stylish
Good range of engines
Fun to drive
Space is at a premium
More expensive than its rivals
Roof down + UK = Wet

Latest Mini Convertible Car Reviews:

Mini Convertible One 2dr - March 2012
For those interested in a car which oozes style and has a large impact, the Mini Convertible One is a strong option. The stylish open-car design combines with the iconic Mini brand styling to creat...
Mini Convertible Cooper 2dr - March 2012
For those interested in a car that delivers strong performance credentials within an attractive body, the Mini Convertible Cooper is a great option. The higher power output of this model makes it s...
Mini Convertible Cooper D Auto 2dr - February 2012
The Mini Cooper convertible is one of the most popular convertibles in the country with competitive prices and fun handling, but the diesel engine does mute this a little. The car is still a compe...
Mini Convertible Cooper S Auto 2dr - March 2012
For those interested in a car which delivers great performance couple with good handling, the Convertible Cooper S could be the ideal choice. The car’s exterior style is matched only by its high po...

Mini Convertible Overview

The Mini Convertible delivers a smooth and refined driving experience. The roof can be opened (and closed) at speeds of up to 20mph, allowing passengers to enjoy the comings and goings of sunshine and escape quickly from rain.

The car comes with a range of engines, both petrol and diesel, and sports a 6-speed transmission. The interior is well built and provides a luxurious feel inside the cabin. This quality is reflected in an asking price that is slightly higher than some of the Convertible’s rivals, however the car will depreciate slowly and resale values will be excellent.


The Mini Convertible was unveiled in 2009.

The car is a 2-door and sports a 6-speed transmission, manual or automatic. It was released with headlights that were fixed to the front quarter panels, rather than being integrated with the bonnet, and a restyled grille.

The model is equipped with fuel saving technology, and an Openometer which records the amount of time that the vehicle has been in operation with its roof retracted.


The Mini Convertible is a sports car that looks great and delivers an impressive ride. As with all convertibles, practicality is an issue but the charm of a MINI is difficult to resist.

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