The All-New MINI Coupé 2 seater an Instant Classic

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The Next Chapter from Mini the first Two-Seater MINI Coupé.

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An exciting and striking new MINI hits the drive streets. On sale from the 1st October this year and priced from £16,640 on the road. Selling alongside the hatch the MINI Convertible, Clubman and Countryman – The All New MINI Coupé.

With a simple mission to maximise the driving thrill behind the wheel. The Next Chapter from Mini their first Two-Seater Coupé.

This new already classic model rewrites the performance car concept, as did the Fiat 500 Abarth. This car slightly more expensive elevates the intoxicating MINI attitude to a new dimension of high performance and to a new type of customer. The John Cooper Works MINI Coupé has the fastest acceleration and top speed of any volume made MINI yet. The range available from October 2011 will offer an exceptionally high standard of equipment to include; DAB digital radio, air con, park distance control, alloy wheels, 3-spoke sport leather steering wheel and sport stripes on the body work. There will be an exciting range of personalisation choices.
Model OTR Price

  • MINI Cooper Coupé £16,640
  • MINI Cooper S Coupé £19,775
  • MINI Cooper SD Coupé £20,510
  • MINI John Cooper Works Coupé £23,795

Power for the MINI Coupé comes from the latest BMW Group four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. Outputs range from 122 hp/90 kW in the MINI Cooper Coupé to 211 hp /155 kW in the highly desirable flagship MINI John Cooper Works Coupé wih a 0-62mph of 6.4 seconds and top speed of nearly 150mph, CO2 emissions: 165 g/km. The recently launched performance diesel engine, the 143 hp/105 kW Cooper SD, is also available and the line-up is completed with the Cooper S which offers 184 hp /135kW.

Fuel economy on the combined cycle stretches from 39.8mpg in the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé to a frugal 65.7mpg in the Cooper SD model, while CO2 emissions are as low as just 114g/km on the Cooper SD. Even the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé emits only 165g/km. The full technical specification for each model is given below.

Likely to prove popular with many potential MINI Coupé customers is the Cooper SD variant, offering the best fuel economy, lowest emissions highest torque and output of any MINI. With a 0-62 mph sprint in under eight seconds and  a radical top speed of 134mph. With a BIK value of just 13%, and zero first year road tax – the MINI Coupé is as with the other models is expected to have class-leading residual values.

Great stuff…


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