2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop Review

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At this rate, the Mini Cooper Hardtop eventually may have to drop the "Mini" for the sake of truth in advertising. The completely redesigned 2014 model is longer, wider and taller than its predecessor. Despite the swelling, it's lighter and boasts outstanding fuel-economy estimates. Cars.com reviewer David Thomas recently got familiar with the new Cooper during a Puerto Rico drive event and found that the overhauled powertrains delivered the sprightly, curve-carving performance one expects from the brand.

2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop Review

Cars.com photo by David Thomas

By Matt Schmitz | February 12, 2014 | Comments (2)

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Yeah Mini cooper. This car has become very popular among hollywood celebrities.

Buyer beware. Any and all parts are unavailable in the USA for 2014 Mini Hardtop.
My 2 week old Mini's drive train indicator light came on. It now sits at the Bedford NH dealership who has informed me that ANY parts for my model are not within the USA "yet".
Before I have made my first car payment, I am in a rental with no end in site.

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