Rachit Hirani provided the expert review of Mini Cooper Convertible, which started off with his personal opinion about the impact colonisation has on the Indian citizens’ interests and the functioning of the nation. The review is done across the picturesque locations of Mumbai. Rachit maneuvered the dark green Mini cooper convertible into open spaces for a better view of the iconic car. The Mini Cooper is launched in the 2011 Frankfurt show and the success of the car, in Indian the market is yet to be assessed as it was launched in India in 2012.
The car looks similar to the Mini Cooper hatch other than its unique convertible top. The dimensions and size of the Mini Cooper are reminiscent of its Hatch variant. The height of car seems fit for 6 feet. The rear seats can accommodate accommodate only children as the leg space seems relatively small. The interiors are reminiscent of a cockpit with controls and switches arranged in an unusual manner. New customers might find the interiors relatively new and unique as the power window switches, speedometer and fog lamp controls are positioned at the center. The tachometer and a digital speedometer are located on the instrument panel behind the steering wheel. Similar to the other Mini Coopers, the Mini Cooper Convertible comes with a 1.6-litre petrol engine. The convertible version creates 122bhp with its naturally aspirated engine. Though there is a little lag with acceleration, the car’s performance and power delivery are quite decent. The Convertible provides a smooth ride compared to other Mini Coopers. Verdict : For a wind-in-hair type customer, the car remains a possession worth procuring. Due to its availability as a CBU, the price is 30 lakh making it an expensive affair.
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