Although the Mini JCW convertible is still in its testing phase, the hardtop version that bowed at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show provides us with nearly everything we need to know. We’re getting the same appearance package, drivetrain, and options, but with more headroom and slightly less luggage room. That’s great news unless you have a lot of stuff to haul or your budget can’t handle a $30,000+ purchase that’s more of a fashion accessory than a purposeful means of transportation.
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TopSpeed Discusses The 2016 MINI Cooper JCW Convertible
TopSpeed acquired a bunch of photos of a camo'd 2016 MINI Cooper JCW Convertible, evaluates it against its competition and comes to this "Conclusion":
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