There’s nothing quite like a MINI with the top down.
Nothing beats a leisurely cruise down the Pacific Coast Highway in a convertible MINI Cooper. With the wind blowing in your hair and the ocean breeze kissing your face, the car just screams Southern California living at its finest. Whether you’re driving to the beaches from East County San Diego on Highway 8, or taking a making stops along the way down the 5, this is the Cooper you want to own for those long Summer nights.
What sets MINI apart from the rest in the convertible space is that it is everything you know MINI to be: ample space for you and your family, plenty of power with TwinPower Turbo engines, Steptronic Sport Automatic transmission, four-wheel independent MacPherson struts for those sporty curves, and three driving modes to choose from (Sport, Green, or Mid). This is a car that is loaded with luxury and safety features, technology, and a premium design that you just can’t find in the competition.
Starting at $28,900, the MINI Cooper Convertible is meant for both long drives to the beach or short drives around town. It’s base model power is on the same level as the Audi A3 convertible, while the John Cooper Works is similar to the new 2020 Audi A5 convertible or 2020 Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet, yet it offers three signature trims that are all less than both the Audi or Mercedes vehicles. In short, you get more power for less cost, in a package that is a lot more fun to drive.
As we enter the beginning of Summer months here in San Diego, you need to understand that these convertibles go fast. And we don’t just mean their 0-60 (which is about six seconds). While they may be in stock right now, as the temps go up, the convertibles go out. So if you are wanting a new MINI Cooper Convertible, there has quite literally never been a time like right now to buy one.