I am just about to put in an order for a new Cooper S but I am still worried about the practicality. I have a 3 year toddler (who comes with all the normal small person stuff) and I am concerned that I will not be able top get the weekly shop in the car. Cant solve this on a test drive so need some help from you guys with experience. Desperate to get a mini but i need to be sure that it is remotely practical.......
Booster seat on front seat and drop both back seats for your shoppin is the only way forwards,but that way only space for two persons in the car or drop half a rear seat !!! Either way you have only two options if you really want a mini
Well I cant lie, I have heard and seen it written a few times, "Ive got to sell the MINI because we're starting a family", so we need to get a Range Rover now ready for the school run and thats better for going up the curbs to park on the zig zags/pavement for the drop off.
Must refer you back to Blackminimac - BUY A CLUBMAN! - Every year the Mini gets caned in feedback charts for its lack of practicality when the Clubman answers all the questions (also its better looking)
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