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2019 (19) MINI Hatch
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2019 (19) MINI Hatch
Cooper S Classic ND19LXH
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Fuel Type
Fuel Type
Petrol
Engine Size
Engine Size
2.0L
ULEZ
ULEZ
Compliant
Transmission
Transmission
Manual
Mileage
Mileage
19,601 miles
Doors
Doors
3
BHP
BHP
189
Location
Location
West Malling
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Features
This MINI includes £1,025 of added extras
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Specification
Part Leather
Part Leather
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Cruise Control
Cruise Control
Ambient Lighting
Ambient Lighting
Keyless Go
Keyless Go
DAB Radio
DAB Radio
Lumbar Support
Lumbar Support
Multi Function Steering Wheel
Multi Function Steering Wheel
Rain Sensing Wipers
Rain Sensing Wipers
Air Conditioning
Air Conditioning
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£21,160
Extra Features
£1,025
Cloth/leather Diamond Carbon BlackCloth/leather Diamond upholsteryMetallic PaintMidnight Black Metallic
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Specification
Performance
Acceleration (0-62MPH)BHPMaximum speed
7 secs189 bhp146 mph
Fuel Consumption
MPGMPG (Extra Urban)MPG (Urban Cold)
425434
Emissions
Co2Standard Euro EmissionsValves per cylinder
147 g/kmEURO 64
Weight / KW
Gross weightKerb weightSeatsKW
1,640 kg1,200 kg4141 KW
Dimensions
HeightLengthWidth
1,414 mm3,850 mm1727 mm
Engine & Drivetrain
CylindersEngine CapacityGearsEngine
41,998 cc6B48A20M1
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Independent review
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MINI Hatch
Ten Second Review
Fresh technology, smarter connectivity and sharper looks are amongst the highlight changes made to this revised MINI 3-Door Hatch model.

If you liked it before, you'll really like it now.
Background
For a car that's been so successful, the modernday MINI seems to have nevertheless disgruntled quite a few people.

"Look at the size of it," snort its detractors.

"That's no Mini.

It's a front-wheel drive BMW in disguise," they scoff.

They might well have a point and if you're to embrace and enjoy the current day 3-Door hatch version of this MINI, it's best you think of it as a car completely different to the original, merely cribbing some of its design cues.

That's because the modern era MINI has grown, since it was re-launched at the turn of the century and even more since this MK3 model was first introduced in 2014.

That it now measures 3821mm in length and it's 1727mm wide which will have some up in arms, but let's keep a sense of proportion.

It's still shorter than a 1990s Ford Fiesta, a vehicle hardly recognised as a leviathan amongst cars. The key themes in developing this current car have been to retain the look while improving quality, refinement and efficiency.

Some smart technology has crept in which is sure to be popular.

Although it looks much the same, be under no illusions: this latest model is a massively improved vehicle.
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Driving Experience
The key update with this most recently revised model is that it's now possible to order it with adaptive damping - an important option given this car's go-kart-like firm ride, especially with larger wheels.

Otherwise, it's as you were, all based on a chassis that's BMW's clever UKL1 platform, which also underpins a number of front-wheel drive BMW models.

There's a base 1.5-litre model, the One, with 102hp, but if you want your MINI to have a bit of zip, you'll need to start your search for one at Cooper level, where an uprated version of that 1.5-litre petrol unit offers an eager 136hp, gets you to 62mph in 7.9s and arguably represents the sweet spot in the range.

Then there's the Cooper S, with a 2.0-litre petrol engine putting out a useful 192hp, a lot of poke for something so small, with 62mph just 6.8s away.

The flagship option in the mainstream range is the 231hp John Cooper Works variant.

MINI also offers the option of a 7-speed dual clutch auto gearbox.

In recent times, the brand says that minor changes have been made to its TwinPower Turbo Technology across the board, improving engine electronics, oil supply, intake air ducting, the cooling set-up and the exhaust system.
Design and Build
The styling doesn't look all that different, but close inspection will reveal a range of subtle updates.

The front-view is dominated by a larger radiator grille with a black, hexagonal surround, flanked by the hallmark round MINI headlights.

The position lights have been replaced by vertical air inlets to optimise aerodynamics and the central bumper strip is now in body colour, rather than black.

The wheel arch has new contours, the side indicators have been redesigned to feature LED technology and at the back of the car, the fog light is now integrated into the rear apron as a narrow LED unit.

Otherwise, this third generation MINI 3-Door Hatch retains the basic overall body shape that we all know and love, with its squat, purposeful look, helped by the tapered glasshouse. It's a touch larger than you might expect inside too - or at last it is provided you haven't been consigned to a rather cramped seat in the back: if that's an issue, you ought to be considering the alternative five-door version of this model - or perhaps the MINI Countryman SUV.

Still, access to the rear isn't too bad and the rear bench seat splits 60:40.

Boot volume is a supermini-like 211-litres.

There's also decent interior stowage space, with cupholders and storage cubbies.

Interior updates include the standardisation of MINI's largest 8.8-inch centre touchscreen display and Piano Black high-gloss surfacing.

Chrome elements have been significantly reduced throughout the interior with the two outer air outlets framed by black panels.

The internal air vents have been completely redesigned and are now embedded to be flush with the interior surface.

Plus the sports leather steering wheel has been redesigned and conventional analogue instrument dials have been replaced with a digital display.
Market and Model
MINI these days offers three distinct spec packages with its models - 'Classic', 'Sport' and 'Exclusive' - though you'll only get the first of those if you choose the entry-level MINI One.

Prices have risen slightly, which means that the entry-level MINI One in three-door form will cost you from around £16,800; there's no longer a diesel version.

For a Cooper Hatch 3-Door, you'll need closer to £20,000 as a minimum. Equipment levels across the range feature items such as ambient lighting, auto headlamps and wipers, ISOFIX child seat fixings front and rear and Bluetooth.

The MINI hatch buying proposition has always been about tailoring the car to your personal tastes, so you might well indulge in extras like body stripes, a John Cooper Works spoiler and contrasting mirrors.

You can also choose from technology such as a head-up display, a MINI Navigation System, MINI Connect telematics and traffic sign recognition. The MINI Touch Controller allows you to write individual letters that the system then recognises when you're trying to input a sat nav destination for instance.

MINI has standardised its bigger 8.8-inch central colour infotainment touchscreen, plus auto headlamps and wipers and two-zone automatic air-conditioning.

Options include a new multi-tone roof.

And heated front seats, a panoramic glass roof, a visibility package including windscreen heating, rain sensors, automatic light control, a Harman Kardon hi-fi speaker system and a sports leather steering wheel.

You can also spend your money on Park Distance Control, electrically heated and folding exterior mirrors, and an automatic anti-dazzle function for the interior and exterior mirrors.

As you can see, the base retail price is just an opening gambit.
Cost of Ownership
Manufacturers can't launch a car these days without trumpeting on about lighter weight, lower emissions and better economy - and so it proves with the latest MINI.

The MINI One and the MINI Cooper register up to 51.4mpg combined cycle economy and up to 126g/km of CO2.

The punchy Cooper S is fitted with a bigger engine but even here, combined cycle economy is rated at up to 45.6mpg and up to 141g/km of CO2.

It's also worth noting that the automatic gearboxes don't impose a huge penalty in efficiency. A further innovation lies with the MINI Driving Modes, another optional extra.

Using a rotary switch at the base of the gearstick or selector lever, drivers can swap from the default MID mode to either SPORT or GREEN.

The three choices offer a set-up which is either performance-oriented, comfort-biased or geared towards fuel efficiency.

The latter includes a coasting mode when the driver removes their foot from the accelerator pedal.

MINI Driving Modes also influence the ambient lighting, shift characteristics of the automatic transmission and the Variable Damper Control - if that extra cost option is selected.
Summary
So what's happened to this MINI hatch? It's become better finished, the adaptive damping option is welcome and there are a great many more high-tech options to select from.

That said, despite changing so much under the skin, it feels very much a case of as you were, the brand perhaps a little cautious of alienating either existing owners or potential new customers with something radical. Don't let that make you think we're underwhelmed by this MINI.

It's still a great hatch and the latest changes give it some legs to continue the success story.

The prices look very reasonable at the moment, but to get the best from this car, you'll probably want to throw a few of those high-end options at it, so budget accordingly and take that into account when you're calculating your cost of ownership numbers.

The MINI might have grown up but it doesn't look as if it's lost its sense of fun.
Performance
70%
Handling
70%
Comfort
70%
Space
60%
Styling
70%
Build
80%
Value
70%
Equipment
70%
Economy
70%
Depreciation
80%
Insurance
70%
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London Road A20
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