If you ever seen a Mini Cooper Countryman in Seattle, you may have done a double take when you saw the badge. Is something that big really a Mini? Well for those of you who feared the recent growth spurt would turn the love-able British import into some gangly over-sized teenager then never fear. We have 2012 Mini cars for sale and they are back to small.
The Mini Cooper hardtop seated four but at a tight fit. The Countryman seated four comfortably but side to side with its brethren in Mini Cooper Seattle dealerships it looked out of place. So for the two new 2012 Mini cars for sale, both will only seat two, but will return to the smaller size.
The first of two new cars for sale will put the coupe in Cooper for Mini, which tosses out the cramped rear Cooper seats and traditional flat top for a much bigger trunk and a more rounded raked roof. Now you can actually take your clubs with you and buzz around in a Mini. Starting at $22,000 Copper Coupe will soon be rolling into Mini dealership locations near you soon.
The Mini Roadster will be the second new Mini to be released in 2012 and likely be one of the best convertibles 2012 will see. Taking the design principles of the Coupe and making a convertible, the Roadster will offer a rounded manual soft top, larger trunk, and offer another small Mini Cooper for sale Los Angeles likely in time for the summer.
And just to drive the point home that the Countryman was an exception and not the rule, Mini is flirting with making their Rocketman concept a production reality. Promising to offer some innovative answers to a micro car in the trunk and side doors, Lotpro buyers will have to wait until 2014 until we get another Mini Cooper for sale Los Angeles.
So have no fear Mini dealerships locations may have gotten bigger with the Countryman but will continue with the small theme adding three new cars for sale in the Coupe and Roadster and even get smaller in the micro Rocketman concept. The Roadster especially will be a joy to drive next summer and looks to contend to be one of the best small convertibles of 2012 for sure. Mini is still definitely mini.