2004 MINI Cooper Trims

The 2004 MINI Cooper two-door standard hatchback was powered by a 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine that produced 115 horsepower. A five-speed manual transmission was standard, whil... Read More

The 2004 MINI Cooper two-door standard hatchback was powered by a 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine that produced 115 horsepower. A five-speed manual transmission was standard, while a continuously variable automatic transmission (also known as a CVT) was available as an option.

The 2004 MINI Cooper was essentially unchanged from the vehicle that first hit showrooms in 2002. Minor upgrades included a new digital speed readout as well as an optional three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel. But the essentials that made the MINI so popular with drivers, such as its BMW engineering, retro styling and well-thought-out interior inspired by the classic Minis of the 1950s and '60s, remained the same.

The MINI Cooper was well-equipped with such standard features as air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, dual front and side airbags, an AM/FM stereo system with a CD player, remote keyless entry, and anti-lock brakes. Other features included a lighted entry system, a tilt steering wheel, a rear split bench seat, and power exterior mirrors. A sunroof, leather seats, and a navigation system were among the options.

The MINI Cooper's BMW heritage appealed to many drivers, who felt they were getting a BMW-quality car at a cost that was considerably lower than that of a typical BMW model. Drivers were impressed with the MINI's power, and the fact that it was easy to park just about anywhere. Some drivers were put off by the MINI's small size, but most drivers found the vehicle to be fun to drive, nimble, reliable, economical, and comfortable, as well as a head-turner on the road.

Powertrain: 1.6L 115 hp I4 Engine, FWD, 5-Speed Manual Transmission, MPG: 26
Air Conditioning Front air conditioning
Airbags Dual front airbags · Front and rear head airbags · Front side airbags
Audio System Single disc in-Dash CD · AM/FM radio
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Power
Convenience Features Multi-function remote: trunk release, keyless entry · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
Instrumentation Clock · Tachometer
Lights Exterior entry lights
Locks Power door locks
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power
Rear Seats Type: split-bench, bench
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: vinyl
Tires and Rims 15 Inch Wheels
Wheels Rim type: alloy
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Power windows · Rear defogger · Rear wiper
For drivers who preferred their MINIs with plenty of power, the MINI Cooper S two-door hatchback was equipped with a 1.6-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine that produced 163 horsep... Read More

For drivers who preferred their MINIs with plenty of power, the MINI Cooper S two-door hatchback was equipped with a 1.6-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine that produced 163 horsepower (up from 115 horsepower for the standard MINI). A six-speed manual transmission was standard. No automatic transmission was available for this model.

The 2004 MINI Cooper S was essentially unchanged from the vehicle that first hit showrooms in 2002.

Minor upgrades included a new digital speed readout as well as an optional three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel. But the essentials that made the MINI so popular with drivers, such as its BMW engineering, retro styling and well-thought-out interior inspired by the classic Minis of the 1950s and '60s, remained the same.

The MINI Cooper S was well-equipped with such standard features as air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, dual front and side airbags, an AM/FM stereo system with a CD player, remote keyless entry, and anti-lock brakes. The S model was also equipped with 16-inch tires, a functional hood scoop, traction control, and a sport suspension. A sunroof, leather seats, and a navigation system were among the options.

Other features included a lighted entry system, a tilt steering wheel, a rear split bench seat, and power exterior mirrors.

The MINI Cooper S's BMW heritage appealed to many drivers, who felt they were getting a BMW-quality car at a cost that was considerably lower than that of a typical BMW model. Drivers were impressed with the MINI's power, and the fact that it was easy to park just about anywhere. Some drivers were put off by the MINI's small size, but most drivers found the vehicle to be fun to drive, nimble, reliable, economical, and comfortable, as well as a head-turner on the road.

Adds to Base:
Enhanced Powertrain: 1.6L 163 hp I4 Engine, 6-Speed Manual Transmission
No additional major features.
Air Conditioning Front air conditioning
Airbags Dual front airbags · Front and rear head airbags · Front side airbags
Audio System Single disc in-Dash CD · AM/FM radio
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Power
Comfort Features Steering wheel trim: leather
Convenience Features Multi-function remote: trunk release, keyless entry · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
Exterior Features Rear spoiler
Instrumentation Clock · Tachometer
Lights Exterior entry lights
Locks Power door locks
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power
Rear Seats Type: split-bench, bench
Seats Front seat type: sport · Upholstery: vinyl
Stability and Traction Traction control
Tires Run flat
Tires and Rims 16 Inch Wheels
Wheels Rim type: alloy
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Power windows · Rear defogger · Rear wiper