Is the Mini brand big enough for two convertibles?
Since both are based on more than just the same platform, the specs are just about identical. That is, except when it comes down to interior space. While the Convertible has a pair of seats in the back – however small, still good for taking the kids for a spin or tossing an extra duffel – the Roadster has none. The Roadster, however, makes up for that with a relatively usable trunk where the Convertible has practically none. The Roadster also weighs 66 pounds less, and has more headroom (up front, of course), though front elbow room takes a three-inch hit.
So with a fresh crop of images released by Mini showing its two droptops side by side, our question is which, if any, you'd choose if you were in the market for a little retro convertible. Cast your vote in the poll below.
|Cancel the cabrio. I'd have the Roadster.||1 (25.0%)|
|Keep them both. I'd take the Convertible.||1 (25.0%)|
|I'm not really sure ??? they both look good.||1 (25.0%)|
|I wouldn't consider buying either.||1 (25.0%)|
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