R58 MINI COUPE
R58 MINI COOPER COUPE
R58 MINI COOPER COUPE Services
60k, 90k, 120k Service
We recommend a thorough service every 3 years or every 30000 miles.
Major and minor full body collision repairs. (insurance repairs)
Repair Cost & Breakdown
Complete analysis of all repair, service costs and description.
R58 Mini Cooper Coupe
Years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Styled like a Cooper hatchback wearing a backward baseball cap, the Mini Cooper coupe forgoes the Cooper’s back seat and practicality for a short roof and conventional trunk. Alas, the sweet-handling two-seater looks faster than it is. Power comes via a fuel-efficient 121-hp four-cylinder mated to a standard six-speed manual or optional automatic transmission. Like all Minis, the Cooper coupe has tons of personality and is highly customizable with options. Our scales tell us the two-seater is about 100 pounds heavier than the four-seat hatchback. Either way, it remains a small front-drive car that understeers at its limits.
The Mini Cooper Coupe is all about fashion. That’s neither good nor bad; it’s just what it is. Essentially the same car as the traditional Mini Cooper hatchback underneath, the Mini Cooper Coupe differs with its shorter and more steeply raked windshield, two fewer seats, baseball-cap-style roof and, alas, higher price.
About The R58 Coupe
Three power-trains are offered. Base-level Cooper models use a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder that makes just 121 horsepower. It’s rated at 29 miles per gallon city/37 mpg hwy with the manual, or 28 mpg city/36 mpg hwy with the automatic. Step up to the Cooper S Coupe and you get a turbocharged version of the same engine for 181 hp. For that model, fuel economy falls to 26 mpg city/34 mpg hwy with the automatic or 26 mpg city/35 mpg hwy with a manual. John Cooper Works models, which add 27 hp for a total of 208, have the same fuel economy ratings as a Cooper S Coupe.
Do Mini still make the R58 Coupe?
Mini has announced that it is ending production of its oddball two-seaters, the hardtop Coupe and the softtop Roadster. Both models are still based on the second-generation Mini platform, and it appears unlikely that the duo will return as part of the new, third generation of Minis.
Is a Mini Cooper S Coupe?
The Mini Cooper Coupe comes standard with a 121-horsepower four-cylinder engine, a six-speed manual transmission, and front-wheel drive. … A six-speed automatic transmission is available in all models, though sports enthusiasts will appreciate the manual gearbox’s near-effortless operation.
What is a Mini Coupe?
The Mini Coupé and Mini Roadster are two-seater sports cars that were engineered and manufactured by Mini between 2011 and 2015. The hardtop Coupé was unveiled in June 2011 and formally launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. … It is the first two-seater Mini.