MINI Convertible Car Market Stats

Current Average Convertible Dealer Prices
2010 MINI Convertible £7430
2011 MINI Convertible £8224
2012 MINI Convertible £9420
2013 MINI Convertible £10060
2014 MINI Convertible £11639
2015 MINI Convertible £12737
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FAQs

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Which Convertible has the best MPG?
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1.5 Cooper D 2dr - 74.3 MPG
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What is the starting price for the Convertible range?
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RRP from £18615
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Which is the fastest?
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2.0 John Cooper Works 2dr Auto - 0-62 MPH in 6.5s
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What are the dimensions of a MINI Convertible?
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The typical size of a Convertible is 3821mm x 1727mm
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What is the lowest Convertible insurance group?
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16E

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MINI Convertible User Reviews

05/10/2016 01:23:37 Barbara Miller
4.3
" Low road tax, great safety features and all the mod cons I desire in a car (keyless etc). Slow pick up, not a very exciting and fun car to drive "
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01/10/2014 17:51:03 Pete
4.0
" The car is great fun to drive, really useful for city driving. Not the best for long journeys. "
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24/09/2014 13:26:04 Janet
3.5
" Lovely little car - great fun with the top down. "
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06/08/2014 16:19:18 Tessa
3.8
" Love this car!!! Tight on space but what do you expect from a mini?? "
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07/05/2014 18:53:26 Alex
3.3
" So many contradictions. The Mini is great to look at, especially in deep dark blue and denim roof (I know, a bit naff). It's got leather seats with piping and with the roof down, and the sun out, it is huge fun on a clear road. It can even handle London's potholes and speed humps, and of course it's easy to park, despite poor vis to the rear. I can get over 40 mpg on a good run and not a lot less in town. So... A very good car. Now the bad bits. Build quality is not good enough. In the first few months, three bits of trim fell off, and an indicator light popped out. The boot does not always shut properly, and inconsistently, which is even more irritating. I have a warning light on for a blown bulb with every light working perfectly. If you have the drivers' seat all the way back (as I have to) the seat does not retract fully, so you can't shut the door. If by chance it does retract, when you get back in to strap in, you can't pull the latch plate between the seat and door. The cruise control has a mind of its own. And at no1 in e irritation list, it's the radio/cd system. I paid extra for the upgrade which let me plug an iPod in. But you then have to buy an extra lead for £50. When I'd just spent goodness know how much on the car, this should have been free, right? The screen is a double row mono colour job with 10 buttons underneath. The menu system is appalling. Even my teenage son found it difficult. Nothing is called what you expect it to be. None of the buttons do what you think they should. This was the upgraded setup. I'd hate to have the cheap one.(it's probably much better!) I hate it, hate it, hate it. Overall a great car, almost ruined by shoddy design. I'm amazed BMW let this happen. "
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