wemay
wemay None
4/26/12 5:58 p.m.
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I cannot get over the looks... sorry. And this comes from a Mini fan.

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Alan Cesar
Alan Cesar Dork
12/10/13 12:00 a.m.

Below the beltline, this car is identical to the regular MINI Cooper S. But thanks to a low roof—and some controversial styling—its center of gravity is a bit lower than that micro people-hauler. MINI's Coupe has but two seats, and a big hatch into which you can cram your weekend's travel gear.

The model we received came well-equipped above its $24,600 starting price. Optional equipment piled on down a column on its Monroney sticker, making it an eye-watering $33,400. That turbocharged 1.6-liter makes 181 horsepower, routed through six speeds in either manual or automatic flavor. Ours had the automatic, which comes with shift paddles.

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