. . . The Mini is a pleasant-to-drive machine that just so happens to be a ragtop wearing vintage-ish sheetmetal and optional bonnet stripes. I have a hard time believing that anyone in its target audience will care one bit that BMC never built a drop-top back in the 1960s. So, while I don’t see it stealing much thunder from the MX-5, it’s fairly well executed for what it is -- and after a sunny day’s drive, not quite as baffling as it first seems.
Autoweek Reviews The 2016 MINI Convertible
Autoweek associate editor Graham Kozak reviews the 2016 MINI Convertible and concludes:
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