2009 Mini Cooper S Hatchback 2-door 1.6l on 2040-cars
Elkhart, Indiana, United States
This is a beautiful little 2009 Mini Cooper S Hatchback.
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If you are into fun on four wheels this car is for you. It is a joy to drive and fun to blast around in. There is a surprising amount of room for two people and golf clubs, groceries or any other thing that you might like to cart around with you in this turbocharged beauty.
Currently this Mini has 53,300 miles on it and is in excellent condition both inside and out. There are few if any blemishes on the exterior and even fewer on the interior. There are a few minor blemishes on the rear bumper and a few dings on the rims. Nothing that you will be able to see in any of the photos though.
We live in northern Indiana and had one of the worst winters we have ever had in late 2013 and early 2014 and this car was a little toboggan. It handled the worst the winter could throw at it and it did so with ease, never once getting stuck and always making it home safe.
We purchased new Bridgestone Potenza tires for this Cooper S in October of 2013 and they have less than 10,000 miles on them.
Clean inside and out. Please enjoy looking over this beauty and contact me with your offers.
This is a beauty and has served us well in the past 2 years.
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Auto blogThu, 25 Oct 2012
Get your wallets ready, folks. The 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP arrives this fall, and we've now learned that the cost of entry for the potent little hatchback is $39,950, (*) including $700 for destination.
Aside from an adorably tough appearance, that just-under-$40,000 price tag gets you a whole host of performance goodies, including a turbocharged four-cylinder engine good for 218 horsepower and as much as 207 pound-feet of torque. No, that isn't any more oomph than what you get in the standard JCW Hardtop, but there's a whole lot more to the GP kit. For starters, there's a fully adjustable coilover suspension, not to mention a reduction in overall weight - at 2,558 pounds, the GP is 121 pounds lighter than a normal John Cooper Works Hardtop.
A Mini spokesperson confirmed to Autoblog that the JCW GP can only be purchased one way, and will be offered as an option package on the standard John Cooper Works Hardtop. Its starting price represents a $5,150 increase over a standard JCW model, and is the most expensive model in the Mini range (the next being the $35,550 John Cooper Works Countryman).
Wed, 05 Mar 2014
Video billboards are nothing new, but a video on a moving car that's blaring music? Now that's something that will catch your attention - especially if you're driving alongside it in the streets of London.
That's the exact intent of Mini's new Art Beat, a Cooper Countryman turned marketing device that is custom-fitted with a staggering 48,000 LEDs. On its nightly drives through the city, the compact crossover showcases brightly colored videos, graphics and animations contributed by people around the world via social media. The Mini Space Blog describes the Art Beat as the "most vibrant and customizable NOT NORMAL ride you'll ever lay eyes on."
Hey, remember when Mini was... mini? I know, you've heard all this before. But seriously.
Take this new Mini Clubman Concept, for example. As you'll recall, the current Clubman slots in between the Hardtop and Countryman models in the Mini lineup. But because the new, third-generation Mini has grown, so has everything else. And in fact, the concept car seen here is actually 4.4 inches longer and just over 2 inches wider than the current, already-large Countryman. The future of Mini looks awfully maxi.
Furthermore, the Clubman as we know it uses a weird, five-door layout (two up front, a third, suicide door, and two barn doors out back), but this concept adds a sixth door for a decidedly more conventional layout. Of course, four real doors for passengers sort of takes the uniqueness out of the Clubman package, and essentially makes this thing a not-as-tall, front-wheel-drive Countryman. Totally necessary, right?