The theme continues when you hit the first bend. All convertible cars are compromised to a degree by the absence of a metal roof holding them together, but in truth the only time you even notice is if you slap into a particularly bad bump at speed.
The rest of the time the Mini Roadster displays all the vim and enthusiasm of its siblings, turning in keenly, gripping strongly and encouraging you to exploit its abilities.
With a combined fuel economy figure of 47.1mpg and CO2 emissions of 139g/km, it certainly doesn’t cost sports car money to run. Although, like all Minis, resisting the temptation to make it uniquely yours will be hard to resist. Good luck keeping your sensible head on.
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