MINI Cooper Hardtop Models and Cooper Hardtop History

The 2002 Mini Cooper Hardtop was well received by fans, featuring a beefy 115 horsepower engine, and that also was available in a turbo-charged version. The compact car offered a unique style and a signature interior design at an entry-level price tag. Minor revisions were made to various trims and a second alarm key was added for 2003. An updated three-spoke steering wheel and new beige leather upholstery was introduced for 2004, with a new digital speedometer added to the gauge cluster. Some subtle design changes were made for 2005, including added horsepower for the S trim, and the minor changes to the interior and exterior.


The only thing new for 2006 was the added Checkmate package, which offered specially styled wheels and interior accents, alongside other desirable options. Completely redesigned for 2007, the car still retained its signature style, but also got a drastically upgraded engine, now capable of making 172 horsepower. A new Sidewalk package was also introduced that offered an array of added amenities. Auto up/down windows and stability control marked the only changes for 2009. Changes to trims and packages were minor in 2010, while 2011 saw slightly improved steering, acceleration, and nominal cosmetic updates inside and out. A fully customizable Mini Yours trim was announced in 2012, offering car lovers superior modifications. For 2013, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration became a standard feature, while the JCW model offered an automatic transmission.


New and Used Cooper Hardtop Prices, MINI Cooper Hardtop Model Years and History

The popular Mini Cooper Hardtop returns for 2016 with along list of features that make it enticing.
A punchier engine, a redesigned Mini Cooper Hardtop-inspired chassis and notable new looks to the inside and out spotlight the Mini Cooper Hardtop for 2015.
All new for 2014, the MINI Cooper Hardtop is equipped with new engines to enhance the fun-to-drive aspect of this classic, quirky, vehicle.
Now offering an automatic transmission with the JCW trim level, the 2013 MINI Cooper Hardtop is a compact car offered in standard, S, and John Cooper Works trim levels.
A compact car, the 2012 MINI Cooper Hardtop is the true symbol of the MINI brand, offering drivers a fun-to-drive compact with unique styling.
A compact car, the 2011 MINI Cooper Hardtop is a fun and practical ride, making it a true symbol of the MINI brand.
A compact, sporty coupe, the 2010 MINI Cooper Hardtop can seat four passengers and is available in three fun to drive trims; the 118 hp base, 172 hp S, and 208 hp John Cooper Works.
A hardtop coupe this year, the 2009 MINI Cooper packs a lot features into its small package and gets upper-range fuel economy.
A fun two-door coupe with seating for four passengers, the 2008 MINI Cooper Hardtop is offered in a base 118 hp trim and the S trim which turns up the excitement further thanks to a 172 hp engine.
Refreshed for the new year, the two-door four-passenger 2007 MINI Cooper Hardtop is a sporty hatchback with a retro-inspired style and an upgraded base engine that boosts output to 118 hp.
The 2006 MINI Cooper is a two-door compact sports coupe based on a classical British design yet fitted with modern amenities and a sporty powertrain, especially in S guise.
The 2005 MINI Cooper is a compact sports car with room for four passengers and it is available in base 115 hp trim or the more powerful 168 hp S version.
A sporty compact two-door with room for up to four people, the 2004 MINI Cooper Hardtop has impressive handling and is capable of 34 mpg on the highway.
A throwback to the classic Mini, the compact 2003 MINI Cooper Hardtop offers the same fun ride but with a modern twist and a nice list of standard features.
A modern vision of a classic design, the all-new 2002 MINI Cooper has arrived as a sporty compact car with room for four passengers and a choice between two four-cylinder engines.