I don't know if this is just a roadster issue or a general mini issue but has anyone got bad metallic sound at very cold temperature... possibly coming from the front suspension. So every year now, when it gets below freezing and more so in the teens or below it feels like there's a bad suspension noise when going over any kind of uneven pavement. It's fine on smooth road. It feels like something is getting really loose with the suspension. It sounds like some bolts are loose where metal is shifting or something... Two days ago it was about 13Â°F and I though, something is terribly wrong here. I need to take it in asap... Today it's back to 45Â°F and the sound is completely gone. :crazy: :confused5: Then I thought, wait a minute. Is it possible the bushings are contracting so much at very low temperature that metal is in contact somewhere, such as LCA bushings for example? I mentioned it last year to the shop but they didn't find anything. Of course it was in the spring by then... Anyone with any form of similar experience with any minis?