Modern MINIs have long had a surprising amount of space in their front seats, and the MINI Coupe is no exception. Even those well over six feet will find enough head and legroom, while the largely useless rear seats of the standard Cooper aren't missed by any but the most petite.
Cargo space in the hatch area won't really be missed either, though taller packages will be less likely to fit. Still, the Coupe holds a fair amount of gear, particularly considering its smaller overall appearance.
Materials, fit, and finish, are par for the MINI brand, which means generally good-feeling plastics and fairly accurate assembly, but the creaks, groans, and rattles of other MINIs are likely to develop here as well, and will be particularly noticeable over rough roads, which highlight the often stiff ride quality of Cooper S and JCW models.