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Autonet Test Drives The 2014 MCS

Autonet reviews the 2014 MINI Cooper S and decides:
As I mentioned at the get-go, the Mini Cooper S isn't for everyone. It's tough for any adult to get in and out of the backseat. And then there's the price. As a premium-brand car, the price starts at $25,490 and this test car with a few additions gets you quickly north of the $30K mark – a range where there are so many other options.

However, if you're looking for something small and fun to drive – it would be hard to not look deeply at the Cooper S. Just make sure when you test it, you test out the way it handles. That cornering goodness might make you reach for that pen and paper.

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