Well, I have a little rattle on the top right panel of my new S Convertible...it comes and goes, but nothing really. And on my last model...an 05 cooper...I only have 1 problem....something with the emissions light coming on.
July 2005 One Convertible... 6500 miles... not a thing wrong with it
Mini Convertible Drivers... roof down or walk
DAD'S: 05 Mini One Convertible... Chilli Red... Black Roof... Cooper S Alloys... Roof down 24/7
MINE: 52 Nissan Micra 1.0 Tempest.... Blue... Engine... Four Wheels... Top Spec
2 Year old Cooper (born this week in '04) 30,000 miles
Nothing at all apart from a few odd rattles from trim until....last month.
Had the passenger seat back replaced as it locked in position.
Speedo was buzzing on startup when it was very cold. Has stopped now, even though dealer couldn't find a fault. They did take it apart though, so maybe sorted it by accident.
The infamous drivers window smear on the inside.. had it for ages, but got the window seal replaced as it was getting really bad, and wouldn't clear.
Been an absolute hoot to own, and if I swap it, it will be for another one!
Currently my 18 Months MINI Cooper S running on 22,000KM = 1375 Miles
No major issue so far just. @312 Miles = problem with rubber on original Pulley - replace it
@1000 Miles = problem with BC1 box (Internal computer control for electronic) replace
@13100 Miles = Power Steering Fan replace
All cover by BMW TH warranty. Still going strong for MINI
I year and 3 weeks and 12,500 miles into MOD ownership and 2 minor faults: at less than 1,500 miles interior light central bulb needed (free) replacement. At 6,500 miles passenger sport part leather seat became stuck in full recline posistion- cables inside had come adrift, fixed under warranty. Apart from those 2 minor issues nothing to report am happy to say.
2 month of MCSC 16400kms. Burnt clutch at 6200kms. Roof wear, Passenger sideskirt fell off twice. New passenger side panel and a stress fracture in the windscreen, plus constant problems with the DSC taking over the car and causing a shut down of the clutch.
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