2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop Video

"How'd they do that?" Cars.com reviewer David Thomas wants to know. How, indeed, did Mini make the 2014 Cooper Hardtop substantially larger, quicker, nimbler, more spacious and just all-around cooler — all while achieving a remarkable boost in fuel economy but not price? Thomas can't answer that, but while test-driving both of the redesigned car's engines — a 134-horsepower, turbocharged three-cylinder and a 189-hp four-cylinder in the base and S models, respectively — he didn't have time to be confounded. He was too busy having fun.

Full 2014 Mini Hardtop Review

By Matt Schmitz | February 26, 2014 | Comments (5)


Lori Jones

I received a letter from the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety act for my Ion 2007 Ignition switch problems. yesterday 3/13/2014

Shari West

I have a 2007 HHR. My car won't start sometimes, then it quits working when using the blinkers, then radio quits, we use one key and it still does it. Just how long do we have to wait to get the part when we get in an accident. So the one key theory does not work.

Karen Love

I have a 2004 Ion and I love mu car.I haven't had anything major happen to my car. It I could I would buy another Saturn. I did have to have my ignition change. Hopefully they will pay for it. I was costly.

Angelia S Harvey

I need to know on a 2006 HHR. How to change the oil percentage at 94% back to 100% am having trouble with my oil light saying 94%. I need to know what the correct procedure is to turn it back into 100%?

Angelia S Harvey

I need to know on a 2006 how to get the oil from 94% back to 100% back to 100%?

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