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As soon as the reintroduction with the Mini last 2001 by BMW, the classic vehicle has undergone transformations that boggle the minds of Mini fans while still maintaining its status being a cult icon – the happiness evoked from the iconic front grille and headlamps is unchanged but underneath the hood, the newly revamped Mini is packing a lot greater punch with 200 horsepower replacing the 1960s original 34 horsepower engine in the first Mini Cooper.
Any given strength training spot one on sight, largely due to its "cutest car ever" status. Its classification being a compact doesn’t apparently contain the same vomit-inducing powers because Toyota Prius.
The "new" Mini – Not Just a Good looks
However, this car is not just a fairly face – the German brand BMW has ensured the tiny little vehicle hold a unique in its original arena as being a racing car. They marketed the emblem "new" Mini Cooper as being a compact car that drives much like a go-kart. And so they weren’t messing around – the S model is really a car that driving enthusiasts and road devils could be proud to have in their "cars built zoom" arsenal.
Should you not own or have usage of a Mini, some car clubs offer non-owners the opportunity ride along with them during their driving events so they can see first-hand how a car handles and talk everything fun-size road monster.
This vehicle’s following is probably one of the most quirky and fascinating groups available – they may not be shy about proclaiming their adoration for the tiny terror and a few have even taken it as being far as compiling lists of the favorite things about the Mini Cooper!
Reason Number 1: Admit it – cuteness is, and forever will probably be, the deciding factor. The Mini is cute without looking like a chick car. Sure, the female fan base is out there too – but men don’t look less manly in the driver’s seat of the teeny-tiny compact. If cars might be classified as urbane and metrosexual (ie looks good but is straight) then a Mini Cooper would win absolutely.
On a side note, the car’s "cute" facade is hiding some powerful surprises. The famous "happy" grille is topped by way of a hood scoop that inhales refreshing air for the hyped-up engine. If you think it lacks junk inside the trunk – the dual exhaust pipes would prove you wrong. And end up forgetting about being forced to purchase aftermarket wheels – the 17-inch alloy tires are extremely integrated from the Mini’s design that handling the Mini Cooper at breakneck speeds and harrowing hairpin curves has never been very easy!
Reason 2: The Mini Cooper is gorgeous in and out! Most cars include a dashboard using a speedometer, mileage and fuel gauge driving, leaving the middle dashboard free for the GPS, A/C controls and entertainment system. The Mini Cooper, on the other hand, features a huge (some would say oversized) centrally-located circular speedometer (with many designs having a GPS within the center).
And discuss owner customization! The Mini Cooper actually has mood lighting installed that one could turn on modify in the push of the mouse. Overlook two-tone interiors and seat covers – you’ll have all of that with the Mini, of course, but the stuff that distinguish it from others – that is what helps make the Mini Cooper among the best choices for the car owner looking for something unique and fun.
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