Used 2013 MINIRoadster Base

  • VIN: WMWSY1C55DT429389
  • Stock: 19303T
MINI Roadster

Highlighted Features

  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Power convertible roof
  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Alloy wheels
  • Spoiler

Included Packages & Options

  • MINI Connected w/Navigation Package$1,500
    • MINI Wired Package
  • MINI Connected Package$750
    • MINI Connected
Included Options
  • MINI Connected$750
  • Center Armrest$250
  • Cold Weather Package$750
  • Power Folding Mirrors$500
  • Auto-Dimming Interior & Exterior Mirrors$250
  • MINI Wired Package$1,500
  • Heated Mirrors and Washer Jets$100

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

This 2013 Mini Cooper Convertible is British Racing Green Metallic with a Polar Beige Gravity Leather interior. It is nicely equipped with features such as the Cold Weather Package (heated front seats, heated mirrors, power folding mirrors), Navigation Package (smartphone integration, mini nav), Auto Dimming Mirrors, Rain Sensor, Auto Headlight, and much more!

British Racing Green II Metallic 2013 MINI Cooper FWD Getrag 6-Speed Manual with Overdrive 1.6L I4 DOHC 16V

Odometer is 29478 miles below market average! 27/35 City/Highway MPG

* JD Power Dependability Study * 2013 Brand Image Awards
While we do our best to describe the features and options of each vehicle, mistakes can happen. Be sure to examine the vehicle’s features yourself before making your purchase. AS IS - NO WARRANTY.


* The Mini Cooper Roadster has managed to capture the sassy, built-for-fun nature of the Mini Cooper Convertible and condensed it even further. Though it's front-wheel drive, the Roadster is a an ace in the corners. Source:
* Sharp handling; distinctive exterior styling; great fuel economy; highly customizable; slightly more cargo capacity than the Mini convertible. Source: Edmunds Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book -
Overall5Out of 5
  • Love this vehicle

    By Red on Friday, August 17, 2012

    After driving both a Miata and a TR-7for 20 and 30 years, I am in love with this vehicle. It handles like a dream and the S has all the power to accelerate and handle the mountains. It is so much fun to drive up and down the mountains around all the twists and turns. I am getting about 36 mpg on long trips. This vehicle gives me a sense of security when driving on an interstate, something I did not feel with the other two vehicles. The trunk holds an amazing amount of luggage or groceries. The top is easy to put up or down. Everywhere I stop people admire it. I plan to keep this one for 20 to 30 years.
  • Maximum love for my Min Roadster

    By UpforTopDown on Thursday, August 15, 2013

    Vey well thought out approach o the Roadster class of cars with only a few missing exceptions for a 2013 model: no auto up windows, no built in garage door opener, and the windscreen is left over from Tonka Toy days, making it very hard to see at night as it is not clear. i am looking for an aftermarket product for that. despite these shortcomings in a German-engineered car, the driving is lovely although i previously drove a quattro TT that makes all other driving pale by comparison for handling curves. Peppy, reliable, and great mileage. Trunk is roomier than i thought it would be, and the shelf actually works there. Bluetooth microphone is very good but not great on the receiving end, but i hear everyone just fine. miniapp on the iphone is very good for internet radio too, and an entire year of Sirius radio is a plus. Gas tank nozzle holder is a bit shabby, so be careful when you fill up. Tricked out price was still 30K short of replacing the TT with a new TTS, and with the difference, i can enjoy a lot of holidays. haha.
  • A car to be loved.

    By Greg on Tuesday, May 03, 2016

    We've had the roadster for some time now (soon 3yrs and 30k miles) and it's always such a pleasure to drive it anywhere with it. We did a 2,500 miles road trip last summer and it was a blast. For us the choice was somewhat easy. If you're looking for a convertible with character, a certain luxury feel, practical for two, and still affordable, the MINI roadster is a great pick over more expensive convertible, or the more cheap feel options. No questions MINI are fun to drive. This is not your most sporty roadster but it makes for a better everyday car and accommodate road travel nicely. It is the most enjoyable car I've driven and for us it remains one of the most convenient convertibles we looked at. Often convenience is expressed in passenger seats and trunk space. Comparing practical use with other convertibles is often miss leading. We don't have passengers most of the year which makes passenger seats a poor choice for space, and the roadster has great storage capacity with the top down which can't be said of many convertibles. So to us it is a really a convenient convertible. So far the biggest concern I would have is the interior part assembly starting to loosen up just a little. Yes, it is always the issue with convertibles and MINI is probably not the best in terms of part assembly longevity quality. Having said that I must be fair and express the other side of the coin. It is still a car you feel has been built by people. In other words there is a more personal touch to it and one can easily develop some attachment. We hope to keep this one for as long as we can. 10, maybe more years!

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