I got folding mirrors on my Cooper S best thing I did especially when putting the car in the garage and when parked on narrow roads. Stops all those scrapes on the mirrors, because it will happen!
I'm not too sure if this is an exclusive to Europe. Will have to look into it. Just thinking if the ability to miss cars by folding the mirrors is better than another switch on the dash to also help me stop hitting things, and i would have £60 change as well!!jedi67 said:My MCS is on order.
I did not see this option. Is it a European only option.
Interesting one this. I used to work for a Bristol based company. My colleagues used to have their cars stolen or pick up dents when their cars were parked. However I, living in Cornwall, used to get my mirrors ground away as a result of narrow lanes with cornish banks (sort of like a hedge, but made of granite - very crunchy when you brush them with a mirror!)TomUK23 said:i've never had folding mirrors and in the 5 odd years of driving i don't think i've ever scrapped my mirrors.
think they look cool though
As I said before I'm a fan of folding mirrors.funkarooo said:Thanks all for the input. Seems like the people who have them like them so i will leave it on my spec. Will have to go without the traction control, although i dont think i will be driving it to its full potential to make the most of it!
Cheers guys and gals
I always wanted them for my tiny garage.212 Pounds UK for full automatic
160 Pounds UK for manual
Also at this link you have two short videos that show how the mirrors work. For us in America that have not seen them move