The MINI Cooper Coupé has generated mixed reviews. As you may have guessed, they had nothing to do with the drive; the styling was and continues to be the culprit. MINI has "fixed" this issue with the introduction of the Roadster.
Somehow, the car's shape comes into its own once the top is gone. Although the 2012 MINI John Cooper Works Roadster drops its top at the first sign of sunny weather, this JCW drops nothing where performance is concerned. It still sports the same 208 hp turbocharged 1.6L as its fixed-top sibling so good times are guaranteed.
The Sienna has been a successful nameplate for Toyota this past decade and a half. The first generation (1998-2003) worked especially well as it was deemed the Toyota Camry of minivans. At the time, and even today, that's a winning tagline.