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Cooper Convertible

Cooper Convertible (Germany, 2008)

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Debuted in 2008, the MINI (BMW) Cooper Cabrio belongs to the 2nd generation of the MINI model. It is fitted with a 1598cc engine that produces 120 hp at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 160 nm. The engine is located at the front. This model variant operates on petrol doing an average of 5.7 l/100km. Being able to reach a maximum speed of 198 km/h, it sprints from 0 to 100km/h in 9.80 seconds. This front wheel drive version has a manual transmission with a 6-speed gearbox. With a combined fuel consumption of 5.7 l/100km, the CO2 emissions are fixed at 137.0 g/km. This MINI (BMW) MINI measures 1414 mm in height, 1683 mm in width and 3699 mm in length. Its wheelbase is 2467 mm long and the track at the front is 1459 mm and at the back 1467 mm. The MINI (BMW) Cooper Cabrio has rack & pinion steering. It uses disc brakes. The suspension is an independent construct.

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