Mini – Gay Car Boys

Mini (stylised as MINI) is a British automotive marque, owned by BMW since 2000, and used by them for a range of small cars. Mini is known for making fun cars with a ton of personality,

3008, 2016

<a href="">Mr Mini Takes His Top Off</a>

By |August 30th, 2016|Categories: GayCarBoys Gay Car of the Year, Mini Reviews|Tags: , |0 Comments

    We sent Brent Davison to cover the Mini Convertible Australian launch. You can read about it here. I like the look of Mini very much. There is just enough of the “classic Mini” to evoke the memory of a carefree flower-power summer without being merely a hollow pastiche. [...]

2704, 2016

<a href="">MINI CONVERTIBLE: Still a Gay Icon, Still Cool</a>

By |April 27th, 2016|Categories: Car Reviews by Brand, Convertibles, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Mini Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , , , |1 Comment

  Forget expensive Italian and German sports cars, says Brent Davison, because Mini’s latest Convertible makes standing-out in the crowd a relatively inexpensive exercise that doesn’t diminish the fun factor. HIS NAME WAS WRITTEN proudly in that kind of brash, bold script a young man might use. “Cooper S” it [...]

2110, 2015

<a href="">Mini ONE: a de-featured entry level city car we needed, but be careful what you ask for.</a>

By |October 21st, 2015|Categories: Mini Reviews|Tags: , |0 Comments

    Yes Yes Yes oh YES: looks, heritage, nice cornering, build quality Oh dear me no: expensive, choppy ride, too few features, long options list, very noisy tyres. Pricing is: 5 door $29,712 and 3 door $28,579 on-Road in NSW for the 6 speed manual, auto adds $2350. Engine/trans: [...]

2901, 2015

<a href="">Mini Countryman Cooper S: Good Enough For Dakar, Good Enough For Me</a>

By |January 29th, 2015|Categories: 4WD, Classic cars, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Hot Hatch, Mini Reviews, SUV|Tags: |0 Comments

    Yes Yes Yes oh YES! Pert and cute, comfy, economical, classic Oh dear me no: Options options options options, firm ride OK, the Dakar model is enhanced to within an inch of its life, but it’s still a Mini. BMW want you to think of Mini as “young, [...]

1309, 2011

<a href="">The Mini Coupe:Cute and cuddly but worth more than the hatch?</a>

By |September 13th, 2011|Categories: Gay Car News, Mini news|Tags: |0 Comments

    The MINI Coupé is the first two-seater in the MINI ranks. The new model further increases the variety within the brand’s vehicle line-up and, at the same time, offers customers a depth of driving fun unmatched by any rival in the small car segment. The fifth model of [...]

209, 2011

<a href="">Two-Millionth MINI Built at Oxford Plant</a>

By |September 2nd, 2011|Categories: Gay cars fit for a queen?, Mini news|1 Comment

  Prime Minister Cameron: MINI is a great success story Today, ten years after the start of MINI production in Oxford, British Prime Minister David Cameron drove the two-millionth MINI out of the plant. The car is a MINI Convertible with special paintwork and extras. Frank-Peter Arndt, member of the [...]

2007, 2011

<a href="">Gay Icons: The mini, 50 years young. New Countryman, the best thing since, well, the old Countryman</a>

By |July 20th, 2011|Categories: BMW Reviews, Executive Saloons, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Mini Reviews|Tags: |4 Comments

  Ah the 60’s. a time of enduring classics, sexual freedom and Woodstock. It has been said that if you remember the 60’s, you weren’t really there, but plenty of evidence remains today to elicit a misty-eyed response from all but the Gen-Y-bothers. Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton were fashion’s face [...]

1406, 2011

<a href="">The Hot Hatch Hoedown: Mini JCW, Honda Civic Type R and VW Polo GTi</a>

By |June 14th, 2011|Categories: BMW Reviews, Comparrisons, Coupes, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Honda Reviews, Mini Reviews, VW Reviews|Tags: |3 Comments

The hot-hatch niche is chockers with Shockers, but some are truly tasty and here are three tasty titbits. For those who have read my stories in the past will know I loathe non-existent suspension that has the merest few millimetres of travel. It is almost always coupled with tyres that [...]

2505, 2011

<a href="">Road Deaths: Education NOT Cameras save lives. Speed doesn&rsquo;t kill, lack of driver education does.</a>

By |May 25th, 2011|Categories: BMW Reviews, Gay Car News, Holden Reviews, Honda Reviews, Jaguar Reviews, Lexus Reviews, Mini Reviews, Mitsubishi Reviews, Peugeot Reviews, SAAB Reviews, SUV, SUV Large, SUV Medium, SUV Small, Toyota Reviews, UTE, Volvo Reviews, VW Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , , |3 Comments

For years we have wondered if speed cameras actually do anything to lower our road deaths. Here is a graph you might find interesting. The countries with the lowest death tolls are the ones with the highest driver education standards. Interestingly some of the countries with the lowest death tolls [...]

1305, 2011

<a href="">Top Tip 6: The Test Drive, make it a LONG one. If the salesman is cute, take him with you&#8230;</a>

By |May 13th, 2011|Categories: BMW Reviews, Convertibles, Holden Reviews, Honda Reviews, Jaguar Reviews, Lexus Reviews, Mini Reviews, Mitsubishi Reviews, Peugeot Reviews, SAAB Reviews, SUV, SUV Large, SUV Medium, SUV Small, Top Tips, Toyota Reviews, UTE, Volvo Reviews, VW Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

You selected a few cars and you want to make sure it’s the right choice. Chances are you’ll be living with this choice for 3 to 5 years at least. If you have your ducks lined up, you’ll have cash or finance ready to roll. Tell the salesman this and [...]