Backseat Passengers May Get a Little Antsy - 2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop Long-Term Road Test
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2014 Mini Cooper: Backseat Passengers May Get a Little Antsy

July 13, 2015

2014 Mini Cooper

"This is not a family car," she grumbled as she wormed her skinny, 5'4 frame into the 2014 Mini Cooper's tiny backseat.

"Where am I supposed to put my feet?!" she asked.

Since my kid spends most of her time sprawling in the rear seat of minivans and SUVs, even a 10-minute drive in the Mini seemed like punishment to her.

"Relax," I told her. "We're not going far. Just slide your toes under my seat."

Wiggling her Keds-clad toes up into my seat-bottom, I squirmed with every dig.

"OK, now this is fun," she declared.

Next time, someone's staying home.

Kelly Hellwig, News Editor @ 16,858 miles


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