The Cult of MINI: Drive Happy

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Kinship of Car Ownership
Americans typically use cars as convenient conveyance — getting from point A to point B. They need a car to get to work, to the store or to pick up kids from school. Beyond that, perhaps an occasional road trip. And when folks drive high-volume vehicles such as a Honda Accord or Ford Focus , they don’t necessarily feel a connection with other Accord or Focus drivers. However, if they drive a MINI, they often wave and smile when passing other MINI owners, because buying a MINI is a bit like joining a club (or a cult, depending on your point of view).

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One thought on “The Cult of MINI: Drive Happy

  1. I see WINI-FiED .. but you can call her WINE-IFiED if you like 🙂 Love the article and glad you were able to join us in a “borrowed” MINI .. now you’re hooked and will want your own MINI for 2020 .. just think, you’ve gotten a lot of creative ideas for how to personalize your own!

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