Used 2002 MINI Cooper Consumer Discussions | Edmunds
ADVERTISEMENT
Select a different vehicle  
Recently Viewed
There are no recently viewed vehicles to display

2002 MINI Cooper - Consumer Discussions

All MINI Cooper Models

ADVERTISEMENT
Edmunds' First Look at the 2002 Mini Cooper, by Philip Reed. What do you think?...

I drive my Mini Cooper S 2002 about 10,000 a year....so most of the time its parked and really has not much chance for a hot running engine....

in our new Mini Cooper (2002) discussion. Please feel free to copy/paste any of your messages over there. Thanks for your participation....

The cooling fan keeps running after turning off the ignition and completelly depleting the battery i had happened in 3 ocations and I know of 3other coopers with same problem has anyone had something ...

1) I want the warranty so if there are any problems, it will be covered. The Mini is, afterall, a BMW, so they have to be a bit more tempramental then say a Toyota and they are a bit more expensive to...

Hi- I had same dilema and it was a no brainer. I have a 2002 MCS for sale now and was toying on an 06 MCS ,wait for the new 07 Mk II MINI Cooper S (not until December 06) or a GTI. I just pulled the t...

I am hoping to buy a cooper (maybe S) convertible in Memphis, TN. I built one online and it will take 6-8 wks to come in, so I thought I'd try finding one really close to the one I wanted already in s...

The black trim around the top of my new Cooper(less than 2 months old) is fading in areas. There is about a six inch strip on one side and almost that much on the other. The trim on my 2002 Honda look...

As for shifting, the MCS isn't the easiest car to shift, but it's not the most difficult to shift either (The plain Cooper on the other hand is easier to shift smoother than the MCS, but it's the nat...
ADVERTISEMENT
SPONSORED CONTENT
Edmunds Insurance Estimator

The Edmunds TCO® insurance data for this vehicle coming soon...

For an accurate quote, contact our trusted partner on the right.

Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

New Car Buying Guides

See which cars and trucks our editors recommend

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
Have a question? We're here to help!
Chat*
Chat online with us
Email
Email us at help@edmunds.com
*Available daily 8AM-5PM Pacific
Phone*
Call us at 855-782-4711
SMS*
Text us at ED411