3. Stiff suspension
While most drop-tops lack chassis rigidity and you can feel the body flex and sway like a poorly constructed bridge in a hurricane, the MINI has the opposite problem.
It’s underpinnings are a rigid as they come. Sure that helps deliver much of the brand’s trademark go-kart handling, but it also means the ride quality feels like there’s no rubber on the rims at all.
Perhaps there is such a thing as feeling “too connected” to the road.