Pricing of the 2012 Mini Roadster was announced

Pricing of the 2012 Mini Roadster was announced

The new two-seater Roadster model will be available in three flavors and its U.S. pricing has just been released by Mini. Powered by a 121HP 1.6-liter inline four that delivers a combined fuel economy of 30 mpg, tops out at 124 mph and reaches the 60 mph in no more than 8.7 seconds, thee Cooper Roadster was priced at $24,350. Equipped with a 181HP 1.6-liter turbo, the Cooper S Roadster follows on the list, featuring an MSRP of $27,350. While it reaches a maximum speed of 141mph and a combined fuel economy of 30mpg, it is also able to sprint from zero to 60mph in 6.7 seconds. The most expensive is the John Cooper Works Roadster due to its pricing of $34,500, but its top speed of 147mph, its 0-60mph sprint achieved in 6.3 seconds and its combined fuel economy of 28mpg, all of them produced by the 208HP 1.6-liter turbo engine, make it the fastest. The prices mentioned above do not include the $700 handling and destination charge. Interestingly enough, the two-seater Roadster is $600 cheaper as compared to the equivalent versions of the four-seater Mini Convertible. Furthermore, the rear-wheel drive Mazda MX-5 is an eye-catching roadster for enthusiasts and it is available with a 167HP 2.0-liter unit and features a starting price of $23,470 for the soft top model and $27,540 for the retractable hardtop variant.


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