2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
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  • 2dr Cpe
  • Yellow
  • Cloth
  • 4 Cylinder Engine
  • Automatic
  • 2WD
  • 92,768
  • 4890
  • WMWMF33529TU73948

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2690 Crater Lake Hwy

Medford, OR 97504

541-973-2070

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The Mini Cooper is sporty and fun. It’s practical as a two-seat car with comfortable seats useful cargo capacity and an EPA-rated City/Highway 28/37 miles per gallon.Inside it’s large enough to accommodate all sizes of drivers and front passengers in comfort. The rear seats in the hardtop allow four adults. With the hatchback and folding rear seats the Mini Cooper can haul reasonable amounts of gear. The convertible has less rear seat room and considerably less rear cargo capacity.BMW offers a large range of styling options with choices not only in upholstery style material and color but also in trim panels accent panels and ambient lighting. Check too many options and the Mini’s price can rise quickly from economy-entry to near-luxury levels. But all Minis are well equipped for what you pay.This second-generation Mini Cooper was launched for the 2007 model year for the hardtop body style and 2009 for the convertible. continues to generate smiles on the faces of passersby. That’s an impressive feat given the first-generation models have been with us since 2000 and the current version looks very similar.To meet European environmental and fuel-economy requirements BMW designed a completely new engine in cooperation with Peugeot. It produces approximately the same horsepower as before: 118 in the Mini Cooper and 172 in the Mini Cooper S. But horsepower is only part of the story. However a new turbocharger in the Cooper S delivers 177 pound-feet of torque from 1600 to 5000 rpm significantly improving performance.The Mini Cooper’s heritage dates back to the late 1950s when it was conceived by the British Motor Corporation in response to the Suez crisis to provide efficient bare-bones transportation. It was roomy and comfortable. It was cheap to build cheap to buy and cheap to run.But the Mini’s fundamental cuteness lent it a sort of chic. Soon it was adopted by celebrities such as Peter Sellers who drove one on screen as well as off. Like the U.S. Jeep the Mini survived multiple corporate mergers and disasters; and by the time production finally ended in the 1990s its pioneering transverse engine (mounted sideways rather than longways to save space) had been imitated by most automakers. The Mini was sporty and fun to drive. BMW now owns the Mini and revived the marque with an all-new car for the 2000 model year. It was redesigned for 2007.Of some 6 million original Minis the best-known were the high-performance variants tuned by race-car builder John Cooper. Multiple rally and touring-car championships including overall wins at the Monte Carlo Rally in 1964 and ’67 assured the Mini Cooper’s reputation as a small but formidable force in motorsports. The revived company plays off that heritage by offering high-performance John Cooper Works models that feature more power and tighter suspensions.Model LineupThe 2009 Mini Cooper comes as a two-door hatchback called the hardtop a four-seat convertible and a longer-wheelbase wagon called the Clubman. Two trim levels are available the standard Cooper and the higher-performing Cooper S.The hardtop was redesigned as a second-generation car for the 2007 model year while the second-generation convertible makes its debut as a 2009 model.The Mini Cooper hardtop ($18550) and convertible ($23900) are powered by a normally aspirated 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine rated 118 horsepower. Both come standard with air conditioning; AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo with six speakers RDS and pre-wiring for satellite radio; power windows with auto-down; power locks; remote keyless entry with electronic signal transmitter in place of the ignition key: leather-wrapped tilt/telescoping steering wheel; six-way adjustable driver’s seat; height-adjustable front passenger seat; split-folding rear seat; leatherette upholstery outside temperature display and a cooled glovebox. The hardtop also gets a rear wiper and defogger and P175/65R15 all-season tires on alloy wheels. The convertible has P195/55R16 run-flat tires on alloy wheels.The Mini Cooper S hardtop ($21950) and convertible ($26800) are equipped with a 172-horsepower turbocharged version of the same engine stiffer suspension performance exhaust system and 16-inch alloy wheels with 195/55R16 all-season run-flat tires for both body styles; 17-inch wheels are optional. Exterior design details including fog lights a black grille insert hood scoop rear bumper inserts and prominent rear spoiler wing (optional on the Cooper) distinguish the Cooper S from the Cooper.The John Cooper Works hardtop ($28550) and convertible add a more powerful version of the turbocharged engine rated at 208 horsepower as well as larger brakes firmer suspension and P205/45R17 run-flat tires.All models come standard with a six-speed manual transmission; a six-speed automatic transmission with Steptronic manual shift controls is optional ($1250) for all but the JCW models.Personalization is a big part of the Mini experience and the list of available options is far too long to repeat here from electronics and amenities to aero kits stripes and chrome baubles. An extensive array of alternative trim features is available to customize the interior to personal tastes in terms of colors textures and materials.Option packages include the Sport Package ($1500) with Sports suspension 16-inch wheels (for the hardtop) traction control and stability control with an on/off switch and bonnet stripes; the Convenience Package ($1250) with rain-sensing wipers automatic headlights Bluetooth a universal garage door opener an iPod adapter an auto-dimming rearview mirror and keyless access and starting; a Cold Weather Package ($500) with heated front seats power folding mirrors and heated washer jets; and a Premium Package ($1250) with a panoramic sunroof automatic climate control cruise control and steering wheel audio controls. Significant stand-alone options include a limited-slip differential ($500) xenon headlights ($500) Bluetooth ($500) and navigation ($2000). Many if not most of the items from the various option packages are also available as stand-alones.Safety features on all models include dual front airbags anti-lock brakes (ABS) Electronic Brake Force Distribution Brake Assist and Cornering Brake Control. Hardtops get torso-protecting front side airbags and head-protecting curtain side airbags while convertibles add front seat-mounted head- and torso-protecting airbags and a pop-up rear rollover bar. Brake Assist detects emergency operation of the brakes and builds up maximum brake pressure as quickly as possible. Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) with traction control is standard and a version that can be turned on and off is optional on all but the JCW where it is standard. Hill Assist start-off assistance is a feature of DSC activating the brakes when starting on an uphill ascent to prevent the car from rolling back. Rear park assist is optional.WalkaroundThe second-generation of the modern Mini Cooper is still unmistakably a Mini. Even while updating the car for safety mechanical and manufacturing considerations BMW designers were reluctant to risk messing with a successful formula. Anyone who is not already a Mini owner will have difficulty distinguishing the current Mini from the previous-generation (pre-2007) version unless the two are parked side by side. Nevertheless not a single exterior panel is common between the two cars.The front of the Mini had to be restyled to conform to more rigid European restrictions on exterior panel shapes for pedestrian safety. Then the remainder of the car was restyled as well to blend with the new front end.Park two examples side by side and you'll see immediately that the headlights of the second generation (2007 and later) model are rounder the hood flatter the grille more prominent than those of the first generation. 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Vehicle Options

  • (1) rear cup holder
  • (6) speakers
  • 1.6L OHC 16-valve I4 engine w/variable valve lift timing
  • 12V auxiliary pwr outlet in luggage compartment
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
  • 50/50 split-folding rear bench seat
  • Auto rear window wiper
  • Body color sport bumpers
  • Chrome-plated grille
  • Climate controlled glove box
  • Color-adjustable ambient lighting
  • Cornering brake control (CBC)
  • Door panel storage pockets
  • Dual stage front air bags -inc: passenger occupant sensor
  • Electronic brake force distribution (EBD)
  • Engine start/stop button
  • Fine white silver interior trim finishers
  • Front seatback storage nets
  • Front seat-mounted side-impact air bags
  • Front sun visors w/vanity mirrors
  • Front wheel drive
  • Front/rear side curtain air bags
  • Fully electronic throttle control
  • Heat insulated green glass
  • ISOFIX child seat attachments w/(2) rear anchorages (LATCH)
  • MacPherson independent front suspension w/single-joint spring-strut front axle
  • Multi-link rear suspension w/multiple-control-arm rear axle
  • Plug & play electronics system
  • Pre-wiring for alarm system
  • Rear storage trays
  • Rear window defogger
  • Roof-mounted grab handles
  • Side sun visor for driver
  • Single pipe exhaust system w/chrome tailpipe
  • Space saver spare tire
  • Speed-sensitive pwr rack & pinion steering
  • Sport button
  • Sport leather tilt/telescopic steering wheel
  • Tire pressure monitor
  • Tire Pressure Monitor
  • Ventilated front & solid rear disc brakes
  • Condition Report


    Mechanical Condition
    Body: Very Good
    Electrical: Very Good
    Brakes: Very Good
    Tires: Very Good
    Engine: Very Good
    Suspension: Very Good
    Paint: Very Good
    Transmission: Very Good
    Interior: Very Good
    Exhaust: Very Good
    Cosmetic Condition
    Cleanliness: Clean
    Odor: No Odor
    Dings:
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    Vehicle Condition
    Title Status: Clean
    Vehicle Rating: Clean
    Vehicle History: No Accidents

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    Type: Basic
    Term: 30 Days
    Miles: 1,000
    Warranty Description: Long term comprehensive warranty available upon request. Ask dealer for details.

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