Thursday, July 23, 2009

Mini Cooper Pop Culture

Since the release of the Italian Job remake in 2003, Mini Coopers have grown in popularity in a new niche of the car world. Highly customizable, Mini Coopers are about as diverse as Harry Potter's every flavor jelly bean: you never get the same one twice.

The Mini Cooper is like In-and-Out Burger: there are few menu choices, but veterans know that behind the scene, there's a secret menu. There are only the Cooper S and "non-S," and convertible versions of both. But ask about color combos, racing stripes, interior trims and colors, and accessories, and you'll feel like you're drinking from a fire hose.

There are 10 Million possible configurations, according to Mini. And that's just what you can get from the manufacturer. The Mini Cooper is one of the smallest cars out there, and appropriately achieves phenomenal gas mileage, 37 on the highway. The Mini Cooper S is the turbocharged menace of the family. Rated at 180 horsepower (for a small 4 cylinder, that's a lot), the S feels like a go-cart on steroids. It's an absolute kick to drive.

If customization is your thing, forget the Scions. Sure, they're cheaper, but....well, they're cheaper. Scions are cool and all, but they don't come close to the Mini Cooper when it comes to expression of self. If you're really looking to stand out, wanting to be noticed, craving some serious personality projection, then the Mini Cooper is for you. There is nothing like it out on the road today.

If you haven't experienced the Mini Cooper, swing on by LeSueur's. We have over two dozen of the things lined up, looking shiny, begging for a driver as unique as they are. You won't find a selection as large as ours anywhere else....ok, except maybe at a Mini Cooper Convention.
They're cute as a button, and bad to the bone at the same time.
Ironic? Yes.
Impossible? Nay.
Chances are, we have your flavor. Unless of course you like the booger or vomit flavored ones....yuck.
Thanks for reading!

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