Mini Coupe Roadster Convertible owners manuals
- Lack of rear seat and cargo capacity compared with similarly performing regular Cooper hatchback
- Rough ride
- Poor outside visibility
- The lighting of the 'Service Engine Soon' (MIL) lamp
- Rough running when the engine is cold or warm
- The engine can overheat
The Mini Coupé and Mini Roadster are two-door sports automobiles that were designed and sold by Mini within 2011 and 2015.
The hardtop Coupé debuted 2011 and officially launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. It is the prime two-seater Mini. It was followed by a convertible variant named Mini Roadster in 2012, following its showing as a concept vehicle in 2009. The Coupé is recognized by the internal code R58 and the Roadster by code R59.
In 2015 Mini declared the end of making for both models.
The Mini Cooper Coupe comes available in three trim levels: Base, S, and John Cooper Works (JCW). In base trim, the Mini Cooper Coupe is equipped with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 121 horsepower and 118 pound-feet of torque. It comes paired with either a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic transmission.
Mini Coupe and Roadster known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Mini Coupe and Roadster are: