2019 MINI Convertibles Celebrated 25 Years Limited-Edition – At launch, the Mini Cabriolet was almost twice as costly in comparison to the Vintage Mini. Adding insult to injury, Rover offered the original in two exterior colors: Carribean Blue with a Grey hood and Nightfire Red with a matching hood.
As for the nitty-gritty, the 12-inch Innovation wheels up front had been powered by a 1.3-liter engine. This altered in 2019 with the MINI Convertible, which was presented in One, Cooper, and Cooper S flavor with no less than 10 exterior color colors. Introducing a bit of specialness to the mix, MINI made the decision to introduce the Openometer in 2019, allowing users to track the number of users they have driven with the top down. More recently, the name was transformed to Constantly Open Timer.
The most up-to-date Convertible to come out of Oxford is the 25th Anniversary described in the opening paragraph, which is limited to 300 good examples. Prices are on the sharp side of issues, with MINI quoting £32,995 on-the-road without looking at the options listing.
Based on the Cooper S Convertible (£23,830), the 25th Anniversary features special tread dishes and cabin plaque buildup, Lounge leather upholstery in Satellite Grey, Starlight Blue metallic paintwork, and the Union Jack woven into the roof. Two-tone 18-inch Your own Vanity Spoke alloy wheels, white mirror caps and hood stripes, Chili Pack, Navigation Plus Package, and Harman Kardon Hi-Fi audio system are included as well. On the other hand, the John Cooper Functions Convertible expenses £28,030 and the entry-level Cooper Convertible retails at £19,790 in the UK. If it has been your pounds sterling, would you invest them on the 25th Anniversary or a roofless JCW with a small number of desired options?