MINI Cooper

The MINI Cooper is undoubtedly a piece of automotive history. After he once made ​​a splash as the Austin Mini Cooper, the BMW Group unveiled in 2000, the new face of the cult car. The BMW MINI Cooper is a complete redesign, which will build on the successes of the past. In addition to the traditional two-door sedan is offered as well as the MINI Cooper Convertible soft top, and more recently also as a lifestyle estate car MINI Cooper Clubman. Its 1.6-liter 16-valve engine has a power output of 115 hp and is available with an automatic transmission as an option. The additional top model, the MINI Cooper S with its 163 hp accelerates in about 7.4 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h and reaches a top speed of 218 km / h The MINI Cooper D diesel model, a 1.6-liter turbo diesel with 110 hp, however shines with an average fuel consumption of just 4.4 liters of fuel (manufacturer's data). The new MINI Cooper has, like its predecessor, the Mini Cooper 1, the makings of a cult car. This is demonstrated not only the latest registration figures for the MINI Cooper 2007, but also the strong demand for Mini Cooper used cars.