What is the value of a 2004 Mini?

What is the value of a 2004 Mini?

The value of a used 2004 MINI Cooper ranges from $609 to $3,282, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options. Get a free appraisal here.

Is the Mini One convertible?

Offering less power and performance than the Cooper version of the same engine and the turbocharged 1.6-litre Cooper S unit, the Mini One Convertible offers better fuel economy and lower running costs. As such, Mini expects the One Convertible to take over as the best-selling drop-top Mini model.

What model is a 2004 Mini?

The 2002-2006 MINI Cooper (R50) and Cooper S (R53) Hatchback are the first original ‘new MINI’ called the Generation 1 or Gen1. Following in 2004 with the R52 Convertible in a base Cooper and Cooper S the gen1 revived the MINI brand and brought it with a enthusiastic and dedicated following.

Is Mini Cooper better than mini one?

The main difference between the Cooper and the One is performance. The Cooper has a more powerful 1.6L engine that pushes 122 horsepower while the near identical 1.6L engine of the One can only manage 98 horsepower. The Cooper also has the higher torque at 160Nm at 4250rpm compared to the 153Nm at 3000rpm of the One.

Do mini do hard top convertibles?

Offered in hardtop three- and five-door body styles as well as a ragtop convertible, the Cooper is the brand’s bread and butter. Buyers can choose between a 134-hp three-cylinder or a 189-hp four-cylinder engine, the latter of which is the better match to the Mini’s fun-to-drive chassis.

What is the difference between a mini R50 and R53?

R50 refers to the base model MINIs. These are the Cooper, the MINI One and the diesel-powered MINI One D. R53 refers to the top of the line hatchback model, the MINI Cooper S and Cooper S models with the John Cooper Works package. The overall body style is commonly referred to as the “Mk 1” MINI.

When did the Mini Cooper convertible come out?

Good looking and highly desirable. Cooper S version is fast. Horrible chrome plastic covers on roll bars. Rock hard ride on 17-inch wheels. Glass rear windows can shatter. The Convertible version of the MINI arrived in 2004, some three years after the launch of the hatchback.

When was the 2004 Mini Cooper last serviced?

No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. Purchased on 08/02/04 and owned in MI until 04/09/21. Driven an estimated 8,575 miles/year. Last serviced at 125,736 miles in Jackson, MI on 05/08/18 • Vehicle

What are the model codes for mini cars?

The MINI community loves to throw around chassis codes and model generations like they’re going out of style. MINI themselves have thrown an extra dash of confusion into the mix by being fairly inconsistent with their naming conventions.

What’s the difference between a Mini Convertible and a regular car?

Unlike the original new-generation MINI, the Convertible was developed from start to end by BMW and the end result is a car that’s roof is a superbly-engineered two-stage arrangement that gives the option to be run in full open-top mode or partially retracted.