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  • MINIMALISM
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    • OVERVIEW
    • CONNECTED
    • SAFETY
    • ACCESSORIES
    • MINI FINANCE AND INSURANCE
    • MINI ONE
    • MINI ONE D
    • MINI COOPER
    • MINI COOPER D
    • MINI COOPER S
    • MINI COOPER SD
 
 
  • Output:
    125 kW (170hp) @ 4,000 rpm
  • Acceleration (0-100 km/h):
    7.3 [7.2] s
  • Top speed: 227 [225] km/h
  • Fuel consumption (combined):
    4.0 [4.0] l/100 km
  • CO2 emissions: 106 [104] g/km
  • Basic price: € 27,900

Further information on official fuel consumption and on the official specific emissions of CO2 for new passenger car models is contained in a brochure which is available free of charge from any dealer or from the following address: The Society Of The Irish Motor Industry, 5 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.

All figures relate to vehicles with standard six-speed manual transmission. Figures in [ ] are for vehicles with six-speed automatic transmission Steptronic.

THE NEW MINI.

 

THE NEW ORIGINAL.

 
 

LESS IS MORE.

 

Impossible on paper, but unstoppable on the streets. The MINI Cooper SD combines the economy of a utility vehicle with the pizazz of a sports car. A top speed of 227 [225] km/h at a combined fuel consumption of 4.0 [4.0]l every 100 kilometres. 0-100km in 7.3 [7.2] seconds. Those numbers can’t be right? Or can they?

Stunning design meets raw athleticism. The MINI Cooper SD combines the best of both worlds into an urban sports car with mouth-watering appeal.

 
 
 

KEEP IN TOUCH.

 

In the new MINI you never drive alone, even when you’re the only one in the car. Through MINI Connected you can stay in touch with friends, send out automatic distress calls in case of an accident and automatically share performance data with MINI Services. Access it all through the innovative MINI Centre Instrument that isn't just packed with useful features; it also gives you feedback in colourful lights when you near your exit for instance, or when you're parking and run out of space.