A description, brief history, and breakkdown of the 2005 Mini Cooper's standard and optional features for both base and S models.
The Mini Cooper is a nostalgic recreation of the initial car introduced in 1961. Styling is boldly Mini, with the signature dual headlamps and bulging fender flares. A 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine with 115-horsepower is standard on most versions. A more advanced, supercharged version of the engine is available on S models and generates 168-horsepower. The Mini Cooper comes in two body styles, the 2-door coupe or the 2-door convertible. There is seating for four but rear passengers may suffer due to tight leg and shoulder room. Trim levels include: the Base, S, and S convertible. 2005 Mini Coopers are carryovers from last year's model with no major changes.
Base MSRP for the 2005 Mini Cooper Base start at $16,950 for the Base hardtop and up to $24,900 for the S convertible.
Base (hatchback and convertible):
S (hatchback and convertible) adds:
To learn more about the 2005 Mini Cooper, log-on to www.mini.com or www.autos.msn.com.
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