It’s odd how vintage revivals of fashion and music can redefine an age, and it just so happens that a vintage revival of a car can have the same affect on culture as a song or style of jeans. Such has been the story of BMW’s winning reinvention of the petite European coupe. The MINI Cooper is a hip, eclectic spin on the British mini of forty years ago. The little car that could has come back with a vengeance as the little car that does. With all of its parent company’s technology wrapped up in a stylish package, the new MINI is more
than just a fad—it’s a new classic in its own right, here to stay.
MINI Cooper: With an abundance of options available to customize your MINI, finding the right one is as easy as going to the dealer and picking one out. The turbocharged S-model is full of spunk and sure to please, and with the 2004 addition of a MINI convertible, it’s obvious that this company is not just some flash in the pan novelty: they create fun, reliable, quality cars.