Mini - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Dec 2015
MINI launched the second-gen Clubman (F54) in late 2015, offering two models initially – a Cooper and Cooper S.
Weighing in between 1300kg and 1395kg, the Cooper employs the F56/5 Hatch’s 110kW/220Nm 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol engine, while the S ups the ante with a 141kW/280Nm 2.0-litre four-pot turbo-petrol unit, usurping the standard six-speed auto for an eight-speed item.
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Released: Oct 2014
Mini expanded its range in October 2014 with the introduction of the flexible 5-door hatchback.
Based on the architecture of the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer, the 5-door mimicked the 3-door hatch in terms of trim and specification levels and was initially offered in Cooper, Cooper D and Cooper S guise.
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Released: Mar 2013
Discontinued: Feb 2016
Mini answered the question no-one asked in 2013 with its Paceman crossover-cum two-door coupe, that never moved beyond a niche offering in Australia.
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Released: Feb 2011
Mini's small-sized SUV launched in early 2011 to try and bring some practicality to the BMW-owned brand.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Mar 2009
For its third generation under BMW ownership, Mini’s Convertible returned with a new electrically folding soft-top in place of the electro-hydraulic mechanism, and a more refined cabin that aligned with the other members of the family.
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Released: Mar 2002
BMW's revival of the Mini resulted in the R50, a front-wheel drive four-seater hatchback and convertible with outstanding handling dynamics.
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