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Open air fun in a Mini Cooper Cabriolet
With 2 doors and 4 seats, the new Mini Cooper Cabriolet is the perfect choice for a family road adventure in and around Milan. It offers a responsive and easy drive, ideal for cruising around the city or touring on the open roads. The Mini Cooper Cabriolet is powered by a 1.6-Litre engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. The driver has the new Mini Head-Up Display that does exactly that – it keeps your head up for a safe driving experience, while giving you a full view of the vital info you need. Real Time Traffic Information, RTTI, keeps you informed about traffic and road conditions, allowing you to plan your trip with confidence.
The Countryman is an exciting Mini SUV
Are you looking for SUV capabilities, but don’t enjoy a large model? Let us recommend the fun small crossover Mini Countryman, a grown-up Mini, that wows on any road surface. It is powered by a TwinPower Turbo, 1.5-litre, 3-cylinder direct-injection engine and a 7-speed Steptronic automatic sports transmission with double clutch.
The rear is defined by iconic taillights that have a built-in Union Jack! The front is imposing with a new bold bumper and grille design. Different Drive Modes change the handling and responsiveness of the car. Sport Mode boosts steering and throttle response for a more dynamic experience. Green Mode achieves maximum fuel efficiency and Mid Mode offers a relaxed drive.
This a stylish and comfortable subcompact SUV with seating for five adults. Ideal for a road trip in Milan.
The Mini Cooper Clubman is for the family
The Mini Clubman offers loads of space in a deluxe cabin and loads of space for luggage. This is the perfect family car that brings back memories, but is ramped up for an unforgettable experience in Milan.
The cabin is spacious and ultra-comfortable, sporting upholstered leather seating and ambient lighting. Take a walk around and notice the distinctive front design with new radiator grille and stylish LED headlights with Matrix function for the high beam. Light-alloy wheels complete the look. This model offers an estate-style 4-door with seating for five. The Clubman is powered by a 1.6-Litre engine, a 6-speed automated transmission and unique ALL4 all-wheel drive system.
Take delivery of your Mini anywhere in Milan
Milan to Modena
Take delivery of your Mini Cooper Clubman and set off on a day trip to Modena, 178 km away. It will take around 3 hours with a few stops along the way to explore the countryside. Head to Parma, a delightful city known for its famous ham, cheese and Lambrusco wine. A stop for lunch is a must at a trendy pavement café. Order a selection of local cheeses and cured meats to enjoy with some freshly baked breads. Make sure your platter includes prosciutto and aged parmigiano reggiano! Take a walk around the Piazza del Duomo known for its three famous buildings, the Duomo, the Baptistry and the Campanile.
Continue your drive from Parma to Modena, the heart of the Italian car-lovers paradise. Head to the Museo Casa Ferrari. This amazing complex resembles a futuristic automotive design gallery, painted in the iconic yellow colour of the Ferrari horse logo. Explore the history and modern times of the famous Ferrari brand. On display are stunning cars in a massive futuristic pavilion. A spectacular audio-visual show will delight the family as you learn about the amazing story of Enzo Ferrari and his passion for race cars.
Milan to Cinque Terre
See the stunning Cinque Terre! These five unique ancient fishing villages are perched at breathtaking heights on the cliffs overlooking the ocean.
Head out of Milan in your Mini Countryman to Piacenza in the Emilia Romagna region. Drive to the central Piazza Cavalli and look out for the beautiful Angel that rotates at the top of the Bell Tower. This city is famous for chocolate and your next stop is Pasticceria Cioccolateria Falicetto where you can see artisans at work creating chocolate masterpieces.
Next stop is Cremona, with a rich history of music. See the amazing Museo del violino filled with a rare collection of violins, violas and cellos. If you are not afraid of heights, visit the Orologio Astronomico Torrazzo. This massive tower has a collection of marvellous clocks and you can climb up the winding staircase of 500 stairs to the top. Continue to Cinque Terre on the coast. The colourful villages are best explored on foot. Take a walk along the winding paths that lead down the cliffs to the sea. Enjoy the astounding sunset views, while having dinner at a seaside café.