2019 Mini Cooper Convertible Concept Specs Review
2019 Mini Cooper Convertible. You can win the cargo space but you can not beat the fun, with safety. Mini Cooper is a response in all the right places. Mini Coopers are smaller and less practical than many hatchback which cost much less (and Clubman is an exception to this). The new redesigned model for 2014 (when it earned several hundred pounds) is designed on the same BMW X1 platform and will ultimately enhance up to 10 mini models and BMW cars. 2019 Mini Cooper Convertible is a whole new car designed in English is very interesting and also the favorite of many people, this car is a small car that comes with two doors and supports with total tools, this car comes with a design that will offer a lot of new coloring options for the 2019 Mini Cooper
The driving modes are sport, medium or green, with red, blue or green rings around the central display to remind you of the position you are using. The sport mode holds the transmission longer and increases the steering force if your package has static adaptive dampers that help keep the ride smooth. Suspension base is very fixed as it is, while not crashing on the worst bumps. There are plenty of wheel size and tire kits available. As a good compromise, we love 17-inch wheels with tires throughout the season on both Cooper or Cooper S.
Quick leash, with 14.0: 1 ratio, making it fickle on the straight and rugged highway, but you’ll love the twisted. Despite being heavier by more than 250 pounds, 2019 Mini Cooper Convertible keeps an anxious response. In sport mode with top-down, the engine song is inoxicating. Despite being longer than the Mini Cooper base by about 18 inches, the Clubman does not feel stretched. It’s reliable to easily place all four wheels where you want them. The automatic does its best to keep the engine in a sweet spot, which is fairly low in the Reef range.
The base engine is a turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder 124-horsepower engine. The Cooper S engine is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four cylinder making 189 horsepower. There is also a copy of John Cooper Works from this engine making 228 horsepower. Each uses either a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission, and we prefer the former. Standard Mini Cooper with manual transmission gets an estimate of 28/38 miles per gallon city / highway, or 32 mpg common city highway. The Cooper S is rated 23/32/26 mpg with a guide. Strong John Cooper Works gets 23/31/26 mpg.
The 2019 Mini Cooper Convertible S gets the same, but with the automatic is rated higher. All Mini Cooper’s require premium gasoline. Our preference is for a 2-door hardtop, as is the classic Cooper Mini and a delight to drive. Through our test engines, we got about 25 miles per gallon in both the Mini Cooper and the Cooper S, including a lot of spirited driving through the Valley Twist. On the highway, we got to 40 mpg.
2019 Mini Cooper is likely to be released in the US market. The Mini Cooper 2-door Hardtop ($20,950) comes with a 2.5-liter HP 124L engine; the Mini Cooper S Hardtop 2 turns ($24,400) on a 2.0-horsepower 2.0-liter engine. Mini Hardtop 4 role ($21,950) is simply equipped. Also available: 2019 Mini Cooper Convertible ($25,950) and Mini Clubman ($24,100).