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New car diary for Mini

Make: Mini

Model: Countryman - S E All4

Approximate: Jul 2019

With a combined output of 165kW/385Nm, the Mini Countryman S E All4 will be able to accelerate from zero to 100km/h in just 6.8 seconds, but also return a fuel economy figure between 2.1-2.3 litres per 100km.

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Make: Mini

Model: Hatch

Released: Jul 2018

Mini Australia will introduce a facelifted Hatch and Convertible line-up in July that includes fewer variants, but gains a new dual-clutch transmission and class-leading connectivity that surpasses that of many BMWs.

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Make: Mini

Model: Countryman - JCW

Released: Aug 2017

Mini's Countryman range will be boosted mid-year by the arrival of the high-performing JCW. The range-topper will be the British brand's most powerful production vehicle yet, boasting 170kW of power and 350Nm of torque.
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Make: Mini

Model: Countryman

Released: Mar 2017

The second-generation Mini Countryman is tipped to become the brand's best seller. By virtue of being the biggest Mini yet, it offers more space and comfort, as well as more efficient powertrains.
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Make: Mini

Model: Clubman - JCW

Released: Feb 2017

The Mini Clubman line-up is set to get its performance hero when the JCW arrives. Holding the title of most powerful Mini yet, this four-wheel-drive six-door will produce 170kW and 350Nm.
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Make: Mini

Model: Hatch - Ray

Released: Aug 2016

Mini will reintroduce the Ray as the base variant on its Hatch and 5-door models when it launches in August. The Ray will be offered with driveaway pricing and funky colour accenting to entice buyers to the brand.
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Make: Mini

Model: Convertible

Released: Apr 2016

A new soft-top version of Mini's diminutive Cooper arrives on Australian stores in April. Using the moniker of Convertible instead of Cabrio, it is likely to be sold in Cooper and Cooper S variants.
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Make: Mini

Model: Clubman

Released: Nov 2015

The second-gen Mini Clubman lobbed in November 2015, available in Cooper and Cooper S variants. A hot JCW version is set to arrive late in 2016.
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Make: Mini

Model: Hatch - JCW

Released: Jul 2015

The Mini John Cooper Works hatch will be the most powerful Mini to date, promising 170kW from a 2.0-litre engine along with a suspension retune and more aggressive styling.
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Make: Mini

Model: 5-door

Released: Oct 2014

Mini is bringing out a not-so-mini 5 door model with, you guessed it, five doors. Based on the Cooper hatch with a little more room, the new car will retain all the styling of its smaller sibling but with added practicality.
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Make: Mini

Model: Hatch

Released: Apr 2014

Mini's third-generation hatch line-up will bring along new styling tweaks and new powertrain options. The new Mini hatch-range is set to help sell more Mini's in 2014.
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Make: Mini

Model: Mini

Released: Apr 2014

The MkIII Mini hatch will spawn the first front-drive BMW, so expect class-leading dynamics and high technology coupled with fuel-sipping new engines and possibly an electric or hybrid model.
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Make: Mini

Model: Paceman - John Cooper Works

Released: Jul 2013

Mini’s Paceman crossover coupe gets the John Cooper Works treatment mid year, with the all-wheel drive JCW variant getting the same 160kM/280Nm 1.6-litre turbo engine as the Countryman JCW. It will be mated to a six-speed manual or optional six-speed auto with paddle shifters and race from 0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds.
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Make: Mini

Model: Paceman

Released: Mar 2013

Mini’s Paceman ‘Sports Activity Vehicle’ will land in March with two petrol-powered variants only, the Cooper and Cooper S. The Paceman is a sporty three-door version of the Countryman SUV on which it is based and will start at around $35,000 for the Cooper 1.6-litre turbo, while the Cooper S will get a more powerful version of the same engine for around $44,000.
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Make: Mini

Model: Countryman - John Cooper Works

Released: Feb 2013

Mini’s high-riding Countryman crossover is getting the John Cooper Works treatment and Australia will get a taste in the last quarter of 2012. The hotted-up Mini will come with an optional six-speed steptronic automatic transmission and will race to 100km/h in 7.0 seconds.
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Make: Mini

Model: Roadster

Released: Mar 2012

BMW’S Roadster is expected to go into production alongside the Coupe in early 2012. Just as the pre-revealed Coupe has done, the Roadster has an unmistakable Mini flavour to its design and a sporting character with its fabric roof. The Roadster relies on the 128kW/240Nm Cooper S engine.
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Make: Mini

Model: Coupe

Released: Mar 2012

Described by its designer as a “pocket Porsche” the two-seater Coupe is expected to be about 100kg lighter than the standard Mini whilst increasing luggage capacity from 160 litres to 250 over the hatch. It will go up against the likes of the Audi TT and Peugeot RCZ when launched.
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Make: Mini

Model: Countryman

Released: Feb 2011

Mini's Austrian-built Countryman crossover will be the largest vehicle ever to wear the Mini moniker. Parent company BMW has confirmed that Australian-delivered Countrymen will be available with diesel power, all-wheel drive and a starting price to top the Mini range from around $45,000.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cooper - JCW WC50

Released: Jul 2010

A Definite start for Australian release in 2010, are 10 examples of the John Cooper Works World Championship 50 (or JCW WC50) Mini. Just 250 examples of the piping-hot limited-edition Mini will be made globally, to celebrate John Cooper’s Formula One world championship in 1959.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cooper

Released: Sep 2009

BMW-owned British brand Mini will launch a JCW version of the Mini Cabrio in late 2009. Priced from $56,990, and powered by a 155kW iteration of the BMW Group’s 1.6-litre twin-scroll turbo four. The JCW Cabrio comes as standard with a six-speed manual transmission with a claimed 0-100km/h sprint in 6.9 seconds.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cooper - D

Released: May 2009

Mini's green machine will undercut the price of small hybrids when it goes on sale. Powered by a direct-injection 80kW/240Nm 1.6-litre turbo-diesel engine, BMW claims the Cooper D is Australia’s cleanest car, with CO2 emissions of 104g/km. It will also be the first non-hybrid with idle-stop engine technology.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cooper - JCW Hardtop and Clubman

Released: Sep 2008

Billed as the most powerful production Mini ever built, the latest John Cooper Works (JCW) version of the iconic Cooper S will be priced from $48,800. Featuring a 155kW iteration of the BMW Group’s 1.6-litre twin-scroll turbo four, the JCW Cooper will be available in both hatchback and Clubman wagon guise.
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Make: Mini

Model: Clubman

Released: Mar 2008

Mini confirmed production plans for a five-door wagon bodystyle at the 2007 Geneva motor show. The Clubman is an elongated version of the Mini with side-hinged rear barn doors. The Mini Clubman goes on sale in Europe late this year, but Australian customers will have to wait until 2008.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cooper

Released: Mar 2007

BMW's second-generation Mini Cooper and Cooper S three-door hatches will be revealed at the Melbourne International Motor Show in March, following a Paris show global debut. They feature longer new exteriors and more powerful new 1.6-litre four-cylinder naturally-aspirated and turbo engines.
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Make: Mini

Model: Cabrio

Released: Jan 2005

Launched in Europe in 2004, BMW's four-seater Mini Cabrio will feature a powered soft-top roof and a 1.6-litre engine capable of 85kW/150Nm or a supercharged version with 120kW/210Nm. Australian sales will begin from January 2005 priced around $47,000.
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