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They stopped making them a couple years ago, but you can definitely find them if you look around - especially on Carmax. They are an absolute blast to drive. If I didn't have kids, I would definitely have one.
I have a 2013 Mini convertible and absolutely *love* it. I took it across the country last summer with my daughter as part of Mini Takes The States - a huge rally put on by Mini USA every other summer. It was pretty awesome!
The only thing I don't like about the Mini convertibles have big blind spots when the roof is up because there is no rear side window. You get used to it, but there is a big learning curve. Totally worth it because it's such a SWEET little car. The new Mini convertibles have been completely revamped. They have totally different, very zippy engines made by BMW. Some of the other changes was a new design that took away the big roll bar loops in the back and replaced them with hydraulic safety lifts that pop up in seconds if the car senses a roll in an accident. It truly is a beautiful car. It's got the backseat and a trunk that can fit a week's worth of groceries if you pack carefully.
One thing you should know is that the Minis come with full service, whereas
the Fiats don't (or at least didn't when I looked at them). CPO Minis come with service, as well.
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