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2001 BMW Mini

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The Mini (from Latin "small") is the name of a small car produced from 1959 to 2000, and the name of its replacement (known as New MINI) launched in 2001.

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2015 Mini One First 5-Door

2015 Mini One First 5-Door

Much like any other fashion statement, Mini Coopers don’t come cheap. For instance, the base two-door hardtop model costs more than a Toyota Corolla and it’s nearly as expensive as the Camry at $20,700 before options. Add a John Cooper Works badge and the sticker jumps to $30,100, only $2,850 short of the base BMW 3 Series. Yes, I know I’m comparing apples to kumquats, but there really is no car to compare it to except for the Fiat 500. And that’s mainly because Mini chose to turn the tiny, revolutionary vehicle of the 1950s into a larger accessory on wheels that comes in many shapes and sizes. With people complaining about the price tags of the new Mini, the British company rolled out the Mini One in 2014. Powered by a new 1.2-liter three-cylinder and sporting slightly fewer features, the One became the cheapest offering of the Mini lineup, costing around 10 percent less than the base Cooper. For 2015, however, Mini is lowering the nameplate’s starting price even more with a new model that goes by the name One First.

Launched as a five-door model at first, the One First makes use of the One’s 1.2-liter three-cylinder, but output drops well below 100 horsepower. Although there’s significantly less power traveling to the pavement, the hatch’s improved fuel economy is likely to make drivers forget about the sluggish acceleration. Let’s have a better look at this brand-new trim after the jump.

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2010 MINI One Minimalism

2010 MINI One Minimalism

The iconic British automaker Mini unveiled the One Minimalism line, consisting of two special edition versions of the compact Cooper for the 21st century, focusing on minimizing costly fuel consumption as well as reducing harmful CO2 emissions. The new cars are based on either the 75 HP version of the One or the 96 HP variant, and they both achieve a CO2 emission of 119 g/km. While here in the U.S. that might sound about as foreign as Mandarin, in Europe these CO2 numbers are a very important factor when it comes to new car shopping, that is because across the pond they are taxed on what comes out of their tailpipe.

The new Minimalism line is distinguished by a few new aerodynamically developed bits like the streamlined wheels that will create less power robbing turbulence. At the same time the cars will get exclusive Pepper White highlights, with matching accents on the grill and mirror caps as well as a Minimalism specific badges. The less powerful 75 HP One will be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in 13 seconds and reach a top speed of 108 MPH thanks to a six speed manual gearbox.

Press release after the jump.

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2010 Mini One Cabrio

2010 Mini One Cabrio

The small car manufacturer Mini has unveiled an all new drop top version of their most efficient model with the One Convertible. The small scale soft top comes with a long list of standard amenities like electromechanical steering for even more MPG as well as a DSC stability control system and four airbags to ensure the safest ride possible. Customers will be able to choose any color from Mini’s paint book for the exterior as well as being able to individualize the interior and cloth top colors. Powered by a low consumption four cylinder gas burning engine producing a maximum output of 98 HP while emitting very little in the way of emissions with sales slated to begin in March. The new Mini One Convertible takes 11.3 seconds to get from 0 to 60 MPH and has a top speed of 122 MPH, however you probably won’t even get that high up on the speedometer with all the wind in your face fun you will be having.

Press release after the jump.

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2010 Mini One D

2010 Mini One D

Mini added today a new entry level to its Mini One family. The new Mini One D will go on sale in September and will be powered by the 1.6-litre diesel engine from the MINI Cooper D.

The engine delivers 90 hp at 4,000 rpm and a0 peak torque of 215 Nm from as low down as 1, 750 rpm and is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. The car sprints from 0 to 62 mph in 11.5 seconds and hits a top speed of 113 mph.

Press release after the jump.

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2009 MINI Cooper Graphite

2009 MINI Cooper Graphite

The English automaker Mini is releasing a new value-minded option package that upgrades the appearance of their base models to match that of their higher-performing options. Every version of the Mini Graphite will be covered in a Dark Silver shade of metallic paint, choice of white or black hood stripes, piano black interior and unique Graphite badge on the B pillar. Rolling stock for the upgraded Minis consists of either 15 inch Rotator Spoke rims or 16 inch Bridge Spoke alloys for the Cooper models.

This value minded appearance package will start at £13,075 for the Mini One version, £14,590 for the Cooper version and up to £15,660 for the diesel powered Cooper D.

Press release after the jump.

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2008 Mini Aldridge Special

2008 Mini Aldridge Special

For Mini’s 50th anniversary, artist Alan Aldridge has created a speciality Mini Cooper in the same spirit of his famous 1965 design. It is now on display at the Design Museum in London.

The Mini Aldridge Special is adorned with an array of images, shapes and patterns, each reflecting either a male or female theme, just as the 1965 car did. The design theme is split between each side of the car, the driver side being largely set on a blue background and masculine in appearance, with passenger near side artistry backed on pink.

Press release after the jump.

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Mini at 2007 Geneva Motor Show

Mini at 2007 Geneva Motor Show

Small car, large variety: With the world premiere for two additional model variants, Mini will be presents at the 77th International Motor Show in Geneva. For the first time the public can see between 8th to the 18 March 2007 the new Mini One and the new Mini Cooper D on the Geneva.
Few months after the successful debut of the new Mini Cooper S and the new Mini Cooper four versions of the compact hatch will be available for buyers.
As a base variant, the new Mini One will be offered (...)

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2007 MINI One and MINI Cooper D

2007 MINI One and MINI Cooper D

The new MINI hatch line-up will soon be complete, when the new MINI One and MINI Cooper D models are unveiled to the public at the International Geneva Motor Show on 8 March 2007. The entry-level One features a perky 95hp 1.4-litre petrol engine, while the Cooper D boasts performance and fuel efficiency from an all-new 1.6-litre 110hp turbodiesel powerplant.

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2001 BMW Mini

2001 BMW Mini

2001

The Mini (from Latin "small") is the name of a small car produced from 1959 to 2000, and the name of its replacement (known as New MINI) launched in 2001.

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