2015 MINI Hardtop 2dr
- 29 City
- 40 Hwy
- Horsepower134 hp
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2015 MINI Hardtop Buyer's Guide
The all-new 2015 Mini Hardtop was designed to fit in the gap between the Mini brand’s iconic and traditional two-door Cooper, and larger, more experimental Mini models like the Countryman compact crossover. Its athletic style stays true to the Cooper aesthetic, rather than emulating the more flamboyant Mini models of recent years. The Mini Hardtop adds just a couple inches to the Cooper’s wheelbase, making it easier to accommodate backseat passengers and creating enough space to cram in 50 percent more cargo, yet it boasts the same driver-oriented experience as the original. The Mini Hardtop hit dealerships in early 2015, so it’s a little too soon to tell if a Mini with two extra doors is a winning strategy for the brand.
What's the difference between trims?2015 MINI Hardtop Cooper
- 15-inch wheels
- Automatic climate control
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Adjustable driving modes
- 16-inch wheels
- Torque-vectoring electronic limited-slip differential
- Sport seats
- Unique exterior styling
What makes it move?
Both trim levels of the 2015 Mini Hardtop are driven by turbocharged engines that provide plenty of peppiness. The base Cooper offers a 1.5-liter three-cylinder with 134 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque. The Cooper S steps up to a 2.0-liter four-cylinder for an upgrade to 189 horsepower and 207 lb-ft of torque. The Mini Hardtop is front-wheel drive and comes with a six-speed manual transmission, although a six-speed automatic is an option on both trims.
Why buy the 2015 MINI Hardtop?
If you’ve ever been drawn to the athletic and colorful Mini Cooper, but a two-door body style is a dealbreaker, then the recently introduced 2015 Mini Cooper Hardtop might be for you. Like the regular Mini Cooper, the Hardtop is infinitely configurable, able to be styled and tweaked to suit the tastes of just about any buyer. A totally customized 2015 Mini Hardtop is just a few keystrokes away via Mini’s website. Though some of the recent, more offbeat Mini models have been accused of squandering the brand’s image and focus, the Mini Hardtop stands out in the lineup as a useful variation on the original basic hatchback. The brand’s signature sportiness, plus a dose of extra practicality, shines through in this four-door model.