Used 2014 MINIHardtop Cooper S

  • VIN: WMWXM7C54ET731441
  • Stock: ET731441
Odometer
28,999 miles
Fuel Economy
24.0/34.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Gray
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Hatchback/4 seats
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2.0L I-4 cyl
MINI Hardtop

Highlighted Features

  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper
  • Alloy wheels

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • Automatic Climate Control$500
  • LED Headlights w/Cornering Lights$1,000
  • harman/kardon Premium Sound$750
  • Comfort Access Keyless Entry$250
  • Panoramic Moonroof$1,000
  • Wheels: 17" x 7" Tentacle Spoke Silver Alloy$750

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

One Owner, Clean CarFax, ***McLarty Volvo Cars Preowned Inspection has been Completed***, ***Oil, Oil Filter, Air Filter and Cabin Air Filter Replaced***, ***New Wiper Blades***, Automatic Climate Control, Bluetooth® and USB/iPod Adapter, Brake assist, Comfort Access Keyless Entry, Electronic Stability Control, harman/kardon Premium Sound, Illuminated entry, LED Headlights w/Cornering Lights, Low tire pressure warning, Navigation System, Outside temperature display, Panoramic Moonroof, Rear-View Camera, Speed control, Telescoping steering wheel, Tilt steering wheel, Variably intermittent wipers, Wheels: 17" x 7" Tentacle Spoke Silver Alloy.

Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Clean CARFAX.
2014 MINI Cooper S Base Thunder Gray Metallic FWD 6-Speed Automatic 2.0L 16V TwinPower Turbo

Odometer is 22807 miles below market average! 24/34 City/Highway MPG


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Awards:
* 2014 KBB.com Brand Image Awards
Reviews:
* If you want a car that feels like a go-kart, you'll love the Mini. Aside from their smile-inducing driving manners, Minis are fuel-efficient, a snap to park and highly customizable. The Cooper Convertible adds atmosphere (literally) to the mix, while the Clubman adds space that actually makes the two rear seats livable. Source: KBB.com
* Redesigned for 2014 the MINI Cooper Hardtop retains the same iconic design while also moving to the future. When compared to previous models, this pint-sized powerhouse is really only bigger where it counts; in the cockpit for even more interior leg, shoulder, and cargo room. A whopping 8.7 feet of cubic goodness in the boot; 38 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down. That's 14 cubic feet larger than its predecessor. All due in part to an adjustable floor panel that opens up for extra storage. Every model in the new Hardtop's lineup comes with a cutting edge MINI TwinPower Turbo that leverages the renowned performance engineering and development expertise of the BMW Group. By supplying immediate torque that holds steady throughout the engine's power curve, the new MINI Cooper Hardtop goes 0-60 2.3 seconds quicker than its predecessor thanks to the 1.5L Inline 3-cylinder engine. Every MINI Hardtop has 3 driving modes you can switch on the fly, standard. For extra punch, use Sport Mode to automatically adjust your engine, steering and transmission settings points for a stiffer, sportier ride. For softer, more fuel-efficient motoring, switch into Green Mode. With optimized fuel delivery, tweaked shift points and a coasting feature that disengages automatic transmissions when your foot's off the gas. Of course, you can kick it into mid-mode for a happy medium. A high-def screen in the center of the dash allows your MINI to integrate with all your tech needs. Bluetooth-pair your iPhone or Android device with ease, email directions straight to your optional MINI Connected system, update your Facebook and Twitter status, or just play your favorite tunes and web radio stations through a gorgeous, silky smooth 6-speaker system or available Harman/Kardon 12-speaker System. There are even apps like Google Local Search, MINIMALISM Analyzer, Mission Control, Driving Excitement and Dynamic Music - which plays music to suit your current driving situation. Source: The Manufacturer Summary

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • Repair & Maintenance Costs may exceed the Average

    By MINI Cooper S Owner on Sunday, August 30, 2015

    2.0
    Based on my experience in owning a MINI Cooper S, it is a very fun car to drive; however, the repair & maintenance costs have exceeded the fun. It maybe specific to the S models or just my MINI. My recommendation is to obtain references from the dealership on those who purchased a MINI Cooper S and speak to them on their experience. If you do purchase the MINI Cooper S, it will be in your best interest to obtain their extended, extended warranty. You should do your research on the MINI's prior issues, especially the engine, timing chain, exhaust valves, cylinders, turbo charger, etc. Also, review the cost of brakes, battery, sensors, and other regular repair and maintenance costs completed at the dealership.
  • The best mini yet.

    By Rich G on Monday, July 07, 2014

    5.0
    I recently test drove this car at a local dealership. This is the first time I had ever driven any Mini model and my comments are a comparison of the impressions I got about previous models from reading numerous test drive reviews, to what I experienced in this car. First off, driving off the lot I was immediately impressed with how much power the car had in low gears. During a 10 min drive, I felt as if I could drive around in 2nd in normal city driving and the car felt very comfortable doing so. I mention this because in the past, I have driven several cars with manual transmissions which required constant shifting in city traffic, especially in traffic jams, which can be very tiring. Not so with this car. Another equally positive note is how the car felt driving over less then perfect road surfaces. I have read many reviews of previous mini's citing how harsh the ride was and this evolution of the mini seems to have solved that problem. The car felt very solid and composed over all surfaces. I understand this is the first mini built on a BMW platform and to be honest, when I was driving, my thoughts were - this must be what the BMW experience is all about. I get it! I realize there are many professional reviewers that rate this car below such Japanese imports as the Mazda 3, Honda Civic etc.. However to me these are boring appliances without character. I have been there and done that. The mini is a car with character that most reviewers don't give credit for. The only negative I noted was the general appearance of the exterior which looks slightly bloated compared to the previous model. It looks like a cross between the countryman and the old mini.
  • Hard to consider another car

    By Mini owner on Tuesday, July 08, 2014

    4.0
    If u don't care to read the long review that follows, here it is in a nutshell: will be buying new-model Cooper. Hope to hold out long enough for convertible JCW. Small size REALLY helps in traffic, finding parking spaces, and clearing tight spaces no other performance car can. NOTHING in this price range corners like a Cooper S, not even the Evo or the STI. New Cooper F56 is a totally different car inside. It's a Mini BMW. REVIEW I bought an '08 Cooper S in '09, and have been using it as my primary car for almost 7 years. I've been shopping around, maybe for something with an actual back seat for my poor kids. Was considering mainly the Subaru STI and the Mitsubishi Evo. Can't afford to give up the ability to quench my frequent thirst for adrenaline. What people have said is true: the Evo is INCREDIBLY uncomfortable. I'm a small guy (5'9, 175 lbs, 32" waist), and the seat bolsters STILL squeeze my hips. The sport suspension, while great for performance, adds to the rough ride; u can feel EVERYTHING u roll over, even when u squash a June bug! Honestly, if the seats were more comfortable, the sporty ride would be tolerable. The Subaru WRX/STI is not only more comfortable, but leaves its paint at the starting line. OMG! How incredible is this car?!?! Leaves the Evo wimpering at the starting line. (to be fair, I drove the auto Evo with paddle shifters, and the manual -- only comes manual -- STI). But still ... the Evo was soon forgotten. The STI ... not so much. Hard to believe it's legal. Even though I can hardly consider a stick-shift as my primary car, I was really struggling not to buy that STI. But besides being manual, there was one other note that kept me from pulling the trigger: it slid on corners where I know my Mini wouldn't. Then I discover that Mini has redesigned the classic Cooper, so I went and gave it a spin. Well, my friends, I have found my next car. What a beast! The new engine is actually stronger than an old JCW, and u can feel it, and it still corners like I'm accustomed to. The exterior is only slightly changed, but the interior is almost TOTALLY changed! Much more feature-rich: push-button start, NAV controls same as in BMWs, better display, can change engine mode from "sport" to "green". BMW has seemingly given up on trying to keep the British Mini heritage, and made it an actual BMW (only smaller). Still not crazy about the low-end torque, which is one reason why I was considering the Evo and STI. Some tuning may be in order. But besides shoehorning my kids in the back seat every once in a while, it is as close to perfect as I think I'll find for my needs: 1) performance in an automatic, specifically cornering ability that CAN'T be beat. being self-employed i do a lot of light-to-light driving while following nav, talking on the phone, texting, drinking coffee, eating cereal. 2) the size will spoil u. u will find holes in traffic and parking lots u would have NEVER considered before. 3) comfort in a sports car. 4) 8-year-old convertible top still no leaks. Here are a few points on the down side: 1) had to replace the $800 battery bc the computer was automatically turning on the radio in the middle of the night. with labor to fix computer, came to $1,200, of which I paid 1/3. 2) auto transmission gets weird sometimes: won't shift, or shifts roughly. i've heard and read about Mini tranny problems, i believe a class-action lawsuit was filed, but nothing too serious yet. when it happens, i just shift over to paddle shifters. 3) not really a "con", more of a maintenance issue: one tire-pressure sensor went out: $350, and something with the right front suspension was wearing out: $1,300. at almost 90K miles, i figure a few things will start to give.
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