The quality of interior trim has been improved markedly over the outgoing ‘R56’ Mini, and the new car’s cabin ergonomics are far better – the speedometer now sits behind the steering wheel in all versions, and the electric window switches are on the doors rather than the centre console. It’s not perfect, though – the point-and-click controller for the interactive systems is positioned so it’s almost impossible for the driver to use with the handbrake on.
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"MINI Cooper S 2.0"
evo, reviews the 2014 MINI Cooper and Cooper S. Duff observes:
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