2011 MINI Cooper Features

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Although there are a myriad of options available for any MINI Cooper trim, the base models of both the hatch and the Convertible aren't comprehensive in their feature sheets. If you're like most MINI owners, that's not a problem: you'll want to customize it anyway.

The keyfob for the Cooper replaces a traditional key or ignition button. Standard features include power windows, locks, and mirrors; an AM/FM/CD player with auxiliary input jack; ambient lighting; and Convertibles feature a power-folding cloth top that takes just 15 seconds from open to close, and operates at speeds up to 18 mph.

The 2011 MINI Cooper/Convertible is one of the most customizable cars on the road, but you can end up paying heavily for the privilege.

Optional equipment includes a 10-speaker stereo, joystick-controlled navigation system, USB/iPod interface, and Bluetooth connectivity. Once you've specified the equipment, it's open season on appearance tweaks with a huge range of paint, trim, decal, roof, and mirror options, plus a selection of performance and handling upgrades as well.

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