Driving the four-door Mini is much like the two-door—the phrase “go-kart handling” still applies. Steering is quick and precise, with good feel both out on the open road and around town. Stomping the gas brings the three-pot motor to life for passing maneuvers, stop-light getaways, or just plain fun. And now you can do it with your two closest friends (or your three skinniest acquaintances) along for the ride in the back seat.
Pricing for the Mini four-door starts at $21,700. The Cooper S model, with a larger engine, better suspension, and nicer interior starts at $25,100 and has a top speed of 189 mph. There are a host of options and option packages available to customize your Mini four-door. Clicking on the website’s “build” button brings up the message “Loading over ten million possible combinations.” After playing around with it for a while, I settled on a Cooper S in Moonwalk Gray with a black roof and 17-inch black Cosmos Spoke wheels.
Only 9,999,999 more to view.
WHAT'S COMING UP?
Don't miss our run to Madonna Inn, a landmark resort hotel on California's Central Coast, the weekend of July 22nd & 23rd. ...
ArtVoice Looks At The 2014 MINI 4-Door
ArtVoice reviews it and concludes:
Posted by NorCal MINIs