Mini launch the all new Cooper model for 2014

BMW promise more investment for the Mini brand in the UK

In some of the latest vehicle release news today to make it’s way out of the BMW owned company Mini, we are excited to report on the grand launch of the all new Cooper model which is officially on sale right now here in the UK and across other parts of the world too. Over the years Mini have proven to be one of the most successful, recognisable brands around the world especially here in the UK and they have seen tremendous success with models such as the likes of the One and the Clubman but perhaps none finer than the Cooper. What does this brand new Cooper for 2014 have to offer you though and why should this car instantly grab your attention ?.

The key features and selling points of the Mini Cooper 2014

So what has gone into this brand new model during production time to help it stand out as one of the finest addition’s to the line up yet ?. Well if we take a look into the engine and its overall performance rates we first and foremost see the addition of a,1.5 litre,three cylinder,turbo engine which has an overall power output of 135 brake horse power with the car being capable of reaching overall top speeds of 130 miles per hour. With that in mind we see the new Cooper make the sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in a time of just 7.9 seconds. The model is only available as a front wheel drive variant but it does also come fully fitted with a standard,six speed,manual transmission system.

With that in mind we believe that this Cooper model will continue to be an ideal rival for the likes of,Suzuki with the Swift Sport and Renault with the Clio.

How much does the new Mini Cooper sell for ?

We are firstly pleased to inform you that this all new Mini model is available for purchase right now from your closest Mini showroom’s and dealership’s. Now in regards to the price tag that comes along with the brand new Cooper, expect to make the purchase on your brand new Mini Cooper for a cost of £15,300.

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