So Fun To Drive! Good Condition- Automatic, Sun Roofs, Heated Seats,sport Pkg on 2040-cars
Prairie Village, Kansas, United States
This car is FUN!! Perfect for summer! Liquid yellow color is easily seen on the road and adds to the charm!
Clean title, purchased in 2012 from small dealer in St. Louis. Car had one individual owner before that. We LOVE this car, just need a bit bigger 4-door for carseats!
Beautiful black leather interior! After-market radio/CD player installed by previous owner ( Instruction manual comes with car). Double sun-roofs with sun screens on both. Power windows and locks and heated front seats! Car comes with 4 keys- one with built in remote. Heated mirrors, heated washer fluid. Dynamic stability control. Sports seats. Front fog lamps. Rear spoiler. 16" allow wheels. Chrome line interior. Center armrest. Cockpit chrono package.
Two new tires put on at 75,000 miles. Timely oil changes, records available. New wiper blades front and rear.
For its age, this car is in good condition! Typical small blemishes: Tiny chip in windshield. 1/8 inch (see photo). Scratch repaired on very front corner driver's side (see photo). 1/8" hole in leather on passenger seat (see photo). Small Mini emblem on steering wheel cracked. 3 " Mini emblem on driver floor mat missing.
See photos included for many view of this great little car!
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Auto Services in Kansas
Parkway Service Center ★★★★★
Lowe Auto ★★★★★
Legacy Auto Center ★★★★★
Auto blogTue, 05 Nov 2013
Mini is well underway testing the third-generation of its four-place Cooper Convertible, as evidenced by these photos, showing the new droptop riding along on a flatbed.
Codenamed the F57 - as opposed to the "F56" designation for the Hardtop - the Convertible will ride on the same UKL front-drive architecture that will underpin its hardtop brother, not to mention its German cousins, the BMW 1 Series GT and X1. According to our spies, it'll share more than a few of the BMW i's lightweight technologies and will include such advanced features as electronically adjustable dampers. That seems like some high-dollar tech for a droptop Mini, but we'd be quite happy to see it arrive all the same.
From the beltline down, we can expect the Convertible to feature almost identical styling to the Hardtop. Based on the spy photos, there's not a lot to see above the belt line, either. The roof carries roughly the same shape, and will probably fold in a similar Z-pattern to the current canvas top.
The light commercial vehicle market has exploded in recent years. With a too-large full-size van no longer the only option for small businesses looking for an enclosed cargo carrier, options like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Transit Connect and now this, the Mini Clubvan, are now available to suit every size need.
Unveiled at last year's Geneva Motor Show, the Clubvan will soon be on sale here in the US and we finally have details about what that transaction will cost you. Motoring File reports that the Clubvan's price will be $25,985, which includes the so-called "chicken tax" and a $700 destination and handling charge.
Other questions that were answered include whether or not the Clubvan can be ordered as a Cooper S or even John Cooper Works model, and the answer is no (why do need to deliver cakes that fast anyway?). Also, Mini has confirmed you can't take the shortcut of creating your own Clubvan by purchasing a standard Clubman and removing the rear seats. The factory Clubvan features steel side panels instead of vinyl coverings over the rear windows, as well as a fully flat load floor and a safety cage protecting front seat occupants.
Ask anyone that's driven a classic Mini, and they'll probably tell you that their first reaction to driving it was a lot like the start of this video - whooping, shouting, laughing and a whole lot of smiling. This video, from Jon Quirk, editor-in-chief at Auto Trader UK, highlights the connection between him and his Rover Mini Paul Smith. He really nails the man-machine interface that makes owning a great car so much fun. Besides that, Quirk does a good job of enumerating what is so enjoyable about driving a fun car on a twisting road.
For our British readers, this video is also meant to test the waters for a new format from Auto Trader UK, called "I Bought One." With Quirk's Mini, the car-buying site is looking at telling the story of people and their interesting cars. We think this video is a great start, with high production value and solid content. Head on over to the YouTube channel, and let them know what you think. But first, scroll on down for the entire video on this awesome Rover Mini.