2014 Mini Cooper: A Fix for the Sun and Checking Our Hair
by Carroll Lachnit, Features Editor on September 30, 2015
As reported by Ed Hellwig in July, the mirror cover on the driver side sun visor of our 2014 Mini Cooper had given up the ghost, flopping into view whenever you lowered the visor. Long Beach Mini ordered up a new visor, and I delivered the car for the repair. After about 90 minutes, the service folk had the new sun visor in place, and the mirror now stays closed until vanity calls.
Also, we've just passed 20,000 miles, so it wasn't a surprise that the condition-based service system reported that the Cooper would like a multi-point inspection and a tire-pressure check, please. Now that's done, too.
Total Cost: $0
Total Days Out of Service: 0
Carroll Lachnit, Features Editor