In this months Winding Road, they have a very fun piece that is not really versus as much as it is a good comparison of the MCS, the Volkswagon GTI and the Volvo C30 T5
>A Swede, a Brit, and a German wander up an Italian hill to search for a bucket of driving goose bumps.
>Staying sort of true to the squared-off, tin can feel of the original 1360 pound 1960s Mini Cooper S, our nouveau Cooper S hit the nearby scales at just 2601 pounds.
Of course we already know they liked the MINI, but there were a few new additions to the review, especially about the seating.
>You can get two adults back there on a dare, maybe, but you’re better off with little kids, a barrel of small monkeys wearing fezzes, or just one adult human sitting sideways (maybe with a split personality to make it effectively two back there).
They didn’t even mind the run-flat tires too much.
>Whereas we began the day slightly prejudiced against the Dunlop run-flats on the Mini, they performed more than well enough, though their density did thump us slightly over road imperfections.
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