VW Rabbit vs Cooper Mini: Unpimp the Rides

Posted on July 7, 2007. Filed under: Cars, Shopping |

I decided to get neither car. Instead, I opted for a larger and more practical hybrid. But I test drove the Cooper Mini in NYC yesterday. And it is one sweet little pussy wagon. To console myself for not having bought it (or the Rabbit), I’ve been watching these videos. Watch the heads of those dummies! Back and to the left. Back and to the left. It’s like watching the Zapruder film.

Snap! Ve just dropped it like it’s hot.

Unt now eet ees time to unpimp ze Rabbit:

Sheiss! Frau Bucher says ‘You got an “F”‘

Although the front of the Golf looks worse than the Mini, I think the Rabbit’s performance was the better of the two. If you notice, the head of the dummy in the Mini whips forward and hits the side of the car on impact.


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Practicality. Thats the killer when choosing a new car. Just like you, I wanted a Mini. But I had to consider my other priorities and opted for a Honda Accord instead. But it’s good to know, we had a choice and we’ve chosen. For better or worst. Enjoy your new car.

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