Speaking of price, the MINI Cooper starts at $19,900, while the S stickers just a few dollars south of $24,000. When you start adding optional features and packages that price can easily climb to well over $30,000, but whether you’re measuring fun per cubic inch or fun per dollar, now more than ever few cars offer more on either dimension than the MINI Cooper and Cooper S.
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"Measuring Fun Per Cubic Inch Or Fun Per Dollar"
Purist and drove the new MINI. He decides in the review:
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