Mini Cooper Convertible

Rs 36.1 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
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Mileage 14.59 kmpl
Service Cost -
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank 44 Litres
Engine 1998 cc 
BHP 192
No. of Cylinders 4
No. of Gears 6 Speed
Cruise Control Yes
Sun roof No
Seating Capacity 4
Boot Space 125-litres
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags Yes
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 69,833
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Cooper Convertible highlights

March 16, 2016: BMW India has finally launched their first Mini product of the year, the Mini Cooper Convertible at Rs 34.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The updated version embraces quite a number of changes with the most important being the revised electrically operated roof-top. The soft-top is now smoother to operate at up to speed of 30kmph and the retraction time is shortened to 18 seconds, as compared to the previous version. Moreover, there is inclusion of roll-over protection system that is deployed as soon as it senses a possible roll-over. In terms of specs, 2016 Mini Cooper Convertible will get 1.5-litre diesel and 1.5-litre petrol units that are capable of generating respective power outputs of 116bhp and 134bhp, mated to 6-speed manual or auto gearbox. 

Mini Cooper Convertible price list (Variants)

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1998 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 14.59 kmpl
Rs 36.1 Lakh*
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Mini Cooper Convertible Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Pune Rs 34.9 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 36.1 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 36.1 Lakh*

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    Ankur on 04 Aug, 2012
    As most people, Mini Cooper Convertible is mine dream car too. And I have been fortuante to live my dream, I finally bought it. It's undoubtedly a top lavish car and that is what made me to,choose the car. The car is truly a rockstar in the terms of style and looks. It's veteran looks never goes out of fashion which become more evident with advance technical tweaks. The front end of the car has been blessed with the chrome radiator grille and exotic classic headlamps which have become mo... 40

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Mini Cooper Convertible Mileage

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Petrol Automatic  14.59 kmpl -

Mini Cooper Convertible review

“The best of open top motoring in a small yet powerful package.”

When the Mini was conceptualised, they were meant to be small on the outside with decent room on the inside. They were supposed to be easy to drive and cheap to maintain. They were frugal as well. It was everything you needed from  an everyday commuter. Today, the Mini stands at the exact opposite end of the spectrum. You’re going to buy a Mini to grab those eyeballs and to put it bluntly, show off. 

Is it still the Mini we’ve always adored? We find out. 


1.The 2 litre engine with two turbos spews out 192 horses. Makes the car a true pocket-rocket!  

2.The precise feedback from the steering keeps you in control all the time. It’s huge fun on hilly sections and corners too. 

3.The suspension is tuned on the stiffer side. This makes its go kart like handling an enthusiast’s delight. 


1.While the stiff suspension is fun on winding roads, it isn’t comfortable  on city roads that are full of and speed breakers. 

2.The rear seat space continues to be small and unusable. Best left to kids or luggage. 

3.With an on road sticker price of close to INR 50 lakh, there are bigger and more comfortable options in the market. 


1.The fabric roof folds down in 18 seconds at the flick of a switch. Can be done on the move too, at speeds up to 30km/h.

2. Even with the big sticker price, it still is the cheapest convertible you can buy. 


“The Mini is a modern canvas with old school design elements.“

The Mini term was coined for a very straight forward reason. They were, well, small. It just isn’t the case with any of the Minis anymore. The Mini continues to retain the same design cues, but for one who’s observed the Mini evolve over the years has seen it grow. Not only in terms of size, but a transformation from a functional car to an expensive toy.

The front gets the same characteristic round headlamps and a hexagonal grill finished in chrome. In terms of overall design, the lines are more curvy than they have ever been before. The headlamps are updated with LED DRLs. As the version we drove was the S, it gets the badging in red. The other elements on the front include a Mini Badge and an air scoop.

Move to the side, and the center of attraction is the lack of a roof.  The fabric roof  folds away in 18 seconds flat. Neat black cladding skirts the entire length on the side. The rear view mirror gets some optional checkered detailing to bring out the karter in you. 

At the back, the dual  chrome tip exhaust immediately catch your attention. The tail lamps have a roundish design to go along with the retro theme  and get thick chrome surrounds. A neat strip of glossy black flanks the number plate and gets the Mini logo. 

The Mini Cooper’s exteriors is basically a modern canvas with old school design cues. It is hard to execute, but we have to admit, Mini has pulled it off. 


“A retro design that’s functional. Something that you rarely come across.“

The same design philosophy of modern meets  retro continues on the inside. Almost all elements on the interior run a circular theme. While rounded designs may seem boring, the choice of a black and red interior livens the cabin. 

Step into the driver's seat and you find a snug fit. The cushioning, side bolstering & lateral support is the best we’ve seen till date. The only drawback, they are not electrically adjustable. Manual seat adjust in a car that costs INR 50 lakh is just not done!  

The steering wheel is a chunky unit with neat red-stitch detailing. The ergonomics was evident from the second I placed my hand on this wheel. The optional paddle shifters and the steering mounted buttons are perfectly accessible. 

The dials have an eclipse design with the large speedo taking center stage. The rev counter peeps out from the side. All other details are displayed on the Multi Information Display on the bottom half of the speedo. 

The center console houses one of the biggest circular elements in the cabin, other than the steering wheel. It nestles the rectangular multimedia system along with complementing control buttons below it. 

Move further down and an array of airplane cockpit theme flip switches get individual slots. All of the elements on the center console get chrome bezels that gleefully bounce off sunlight  when the roof is pulled down. 

The whole dashboard is separated by two red L shape elements with certain elements on the dash get a carbon fiber like pattern. 

On either ends are circular air vents while the ones adorning the center console are rectangular. Each get an old school knob to control airflow. 

Between the driver & passenger seat is a touchpad system to control the multimedia system, quite similar to the systems on Mini’s parent company, BMW. 

The rear is the biggest let down. Even with increased knee-room when compared to the previous edition, the rear is simply not accommodating. This renders the car a 2 seater in our books. 

The boot too has seen an improvement and now stands at 215 liters. 

The interior carries a retro charm but is functional. Something that you rarely see go hand in hand. 


“Really powerful go-kart. Plaster’s a smile across your face.”

The Mini Cooper S Convertible comes with a 2.0 litre, twin turbocharged petrol motor. This is mated to a 6 speed steptronic gearbox. The engine spews out 192 horsepower and 280 Nm of toque. That is a lot of power for a car of this size. 

There are three driving modes on this car. Green, Mid & Sport. Each of these modes doing justice to their names. 

When in the driving seat, everything works in perfect tandem with each other. The instant throttle response, the quick shifts from the gearbox and the precise steering feedback make this car really fun to drive. The car takes on corners really well with its stiff suspension. 

We had huge fun thanks to this setup, but when we hit cobbled stretches of road, we wanted something more soft and  comfortable. However, it is very rarely that you can have the best of both worlds. 

We drove on a test section with a slalom and brake stretch. The brakes bring the car to a halt from 120-0 in 40 meters. 

This car is your perfect companion to open  roads, sunny days and beautiful scenery. Not only because it fits right in but gives you the liberty of having wind in your hair. Something that you cannot really put a price on. . 


The Mini Cooper Convertible in on offer in  the S trim only.  The car features a set of 16” alloy wheels as standard. It has a 6.5” infotainment screen on the centre console with a climate control. 

Other Bells and whistles include leather seats, ambient lighting and every other imaginable feature for a car in the price segment. 

Mini allows you to customize your Mini with optional add ons such as John Cooper works Floor Mats & Door Sills, Black & Grey Checkered detailing on the side scuttle, rear view mirror and outside mirror caps. 


“Ticks all the boxes on the safety checklist.“

The Mini comes loaded with a host of safety features. You get Automatic Stability & Traction control.  Other onboard safety systems include Anti lock brakes & brake force distribution. 

The car also comes loaded with touches like the direction adapting headlamps and active roll bar system that spring into action in case of a roll over. A must have feature in convertibles due to the lack of a solid roof. 

There are 6 airbags on the Mini Convertible. They include the driver + front passenger airbag along with two head & side airbags. 

Mini Cooper Convertible in news

BMW Might Assemble Mini Convertible in India

BMW seems to have realized the potential of the growing Indian market, considering its increasing Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The company is also planning to open a showroom in Chennai, though a timeline for the same has not been set. Read Full News

Posted On | March 25, 2016

2016 Mini Cooper Convertible Launched at Rs. 34.9 lakh

The year 2016 has commenced on a good note as auto manufacturers have launched some of their much-awaited products in India; and BMW has added to the loaded bandwagon yet again. Continuing its launch streak this year, BMW India will be releasing the 2016 Mini Cooper Convertible in the market today. The new version will be brought into the country through CBU (Completely Built Unit) and will be placed against the Volkswagen Beetle and the Mercedes Benz A Class in the performance-cum-luxury hatch category. Read Full News

Posted On | March 18, 2016

2016 Mini Cooper Convertible Launching Tomorrow

The New Mini Cooper Convertible is based on BMW's UKL platform and will come via CBU route in India. The car will compete against Mercedes Benz A Class and Volkswagen Beetle in the segment. Read Full News

Posted On | March 16, 2016
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