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Performance

No matter which engine you go for on the MINI the drive is impeccable. Each model offers stiff suspension, punchy acceleration and adequate grip. The diesel version pulls strongly and the six-speed manual gearbox is standard with petrol also. The MINI’s handling is a constant joy and worth the higher price tag. Take a test drive to see what all the fuss is about.

Running Costs

The diesel models, fitted with BMWs new 1.6-litre engine keep running costs low and the insurance costs and low depreciation also count in the MINI’s favour when weighing up its economy. MINI tlc servicing scheme also adds value when perhaps the performance and looks were enough in the first place.

Equipment

The MINI One comes with remote central locking, driver’s seat height adjustment, steel wheels, six airbags, CD stereo plus MP3 connection, split fold rear seats and electric windows and air conditioning as standard. A dramatic improvement to older models. There are further options to bring up the spec of our MINI such as rear parking sensors, larger alloys, electronic stability control and leather seats. The Cooper and Cooper D are even more generous with their equipment featuring traction control, exterior chrome trim, twin exhaust pipes, run flat tyres and contrasting coloured roof for added style. At the top of the range the Cooper S add further goodies such as Sport button, honeycomb grille and chrome-plated indicator lights.