Mini Cooper is coming through with a fundamental-like model that may defy the odds as far as how expensive cars can be. Of course, the vehicle has been listed as costing as much as maybe about $23,750 with a gentle exterior refresh as well as more standard technology. However, it should be kept in mind that whenever one would test out a John Cooper Works convertible vehicle, that it can fluctuate with price. But this one tops the competition, through obvious means.
The JCW has about a 2.0-liter turbo-four engine, easily found in upgraded models. All from the BMW X1 X2 and the 2-Series Gran Coupe. However, within editions of the front-wheel drive, with a body that tends to be much shorter than a Mazda Miata. In any case, this engine allows for a 228 horsepower. As well as 236 pound-feet of torque to liberate with only 3,109 pounds to escort. Additionally, there’s an exhaust that gives off strength of about 60 miles per hour in only 5.7 seconds. One would assume that this would create an export of energy much stronger than an automatic-equipped 2019 JCW hardtop.
The vehicle is pretty nice-looking. That is, if you can get into the British flag being woven into the top fabric. Certainly, this Mini Cooper has more than enough stats to love. The JCW convertible is capable of outpacing older hardtops to about 130 miles per hour in only… two seconds. What is also amazing is that the Pirelli P Zero summer tires would not work very well.