Veteran And Rookie Roadsters Face Off In Droptop Doubleheader
2012 Mini Roadster
Mini has officially announced pricing for the company's new Cooper Roadster. The tiny droptop will carry a base MSRP of $24,350 in the U.S., while the Cooper S Roadster will set you back $27,350. The top-of-the-line John Cooper Works Roadster, meanwhile, will command a sticker of $34,500 (*pricing exclude a $700 destination and handling fee). Should buyers wish to drop an automatic transmission into their Cooper Roadster or Cooper S Roadster, the two-pedal option will cost an additional $1,250,
This is the car Mini expects a fair few of you have been waiting for, and the cheeky Anglo-German outfit has dropped a Bunker Buster full of information on it. The 2012 Mini Roadster with its manual soft top is the sixth addition to the relentlessly expanding little family; the first two-seater convertible to ever wear the winged Mini badge.
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