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handling is brilliant, the engine is as good as a 1.6 gets, it stops like ive just thrown a anchor out the window,its built right and i love the look of a boy racers face when a little mini powers pas... Read More
awesome-fun to drive nice interior and super radio system great gas mileage and soooooo much fun to drive really cool with the top back and handles really cool. Looks hot on the road and really fun t... Read More
Instant Market Value
A used 2007 MINI Cooper Base has an average retail price of $13,144 and 61,800 miles.
The MINI Cooper two-door hatchback base model was completely redesigned for 2007. Even though it resembled the models of the previous years, every exterior panel was updated and reshaped, according to the manufacturer. The 2007 MINI was a little more than two inches longer than previous models, with a new grille, hood, headlights, and taillights, as well as higher shoulders and a reshaped roof designed to improve aerodynamics.
The standard MINI Cooper hatchback was equipped with a 1.6-liter, 16-valve, fuel-efficient aluminum engine that produced 118 horsepower, up from 115 hp for the previous year. The standard transmission was a six-speed manual Getrag transmission. A six-speed automatic was optional. Paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel were optional with the automatic transmission.
Interior updates included a centrally located speedometer, which also displayed the fuel and temperature gauges, as well as the odometer and warning lights. Other features included an interior ambient lighting system, six airbags with side protection, automatic stability control, a two-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel, a start/stop button, power windows, air conditioning, and a six-speaker AM/FM stereo system with a CD player.
Drivers highly approved of the MINI's redesign, citing its pumped-up power, improved gas mileage, more refined interior, and new features as among its positive points. Drivers also noted that the MINI held its value well at resale time. On the downside, some drivers thought the suspension could be too stiff, making for a rough ride at times, and the back seat was cramped. But overall, drivers loved the new MINI's style, sportiness, and fun factor.
This overview covers the Base trim only.
Please see our 2007 MINI Cooper Overview for more information.
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