Motoring: Latest rare-breed Mini will generate plenty of Sidewalk talk
It‘s pricey at €47,307, but the Mini Convertible Sidewalk is a fun and eye-catching car
The open-topped Mini Convertible is a rare sight on Irish roads. Indeed, that applies to convertibles of any shape, size or price, for the glaringly obvious reason of our climate.
Today‘s Mini Convertible is rarer again as it’s the Sidewalk model, a special edition based on the Cooper S. Loaded with unique equipment, its limited in production to just 150 units spread between Britain and Ireland.
Good fun as it is, I...
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