Co2 From 111 - 169 g/km
MPG From 40.9 - 52.3
Co2 From 118 - 166 g/km
MPG From 43.5 - 117.7
Co2 From 43 - 156 g/km
MPG From 42.8 - 55.4
Co2 From 0 - 189 g/km
Whether you’re looking for a charismatic city car, a practical prestigious vehicle or a functional family model, you’ll find a match in the MINI range. There are five cars to choose from - each with a different character, style and engine - but what unites them is their unmistakable British roots, encapsulated with Union Jack-styled headlights, racing stripes and optional Union Jack roof.
The second generation that launched in 2006 saw the production of the John Cooper Works, while the current third-generation wave that launched in 2014 saw an increase in size, improved practicality and unparalleled performance. It also brought the sporty MINI Cooper ‘S’, which benefits from a more powerful engine and luxurious interior.
If you’re all about the original, the three-door MINI brings compact-car style in a premium package, while the five-door variant adds extra room and easy boot access for families. The MINI Convertible is ideal for those who want a hatchback feel with the thrill of top-down driving, while the Countryman SUV promises practicality as the biggest model in the range to date.
What makes the MINI a continued favourite on UK roads is its availability, affordability and fun drive, while each model is packed with an array of first-class technology that is easy to use - including Alexa Intelligent Assistance, the MINI Connected system and Touch Controller. If that’s not enough, there are plenty of other optional extras to indulge in.
Now owned by BMW, the future of MINI looks green. The Countryman is currently also offered as a plug-in hybrid variant, which combines a punchy petrol engine with an efficient electric motor. There’s also an all-electric three-door MINI set to hit the market in early 2020.