MINI Cooper New Cars in India
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|Ex-Showroom Price - Rs. 25.5 Lacs. - Rs. 35.9 Lacs.|
MINI Cooper New Car Overview
The MINI family today spawns a single model in different body styles, including Coupe, Convertible and Countryman (SUV) variants. All sport the Cooper moniker, in recognition of John Cooper, who created the first performance versions of the erstwhile MINI. In India, all but the Coupe variant have been launched, using the same 1.6-litre turbo petrol, mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The Cooper S though gets the fire-breathing version, with 186 PS!
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||3723 x 1683 x 1407|
|Kerb weight (kg)||1115|
|Engine & Transmission|
|No of cylinder & configuration||4 cylinder 1.6-litre petrol engine|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||122 @ 6000|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||160 @ 4250|
|Suspension & Brakes|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyre size and type||165/70 R15, Tubeless|
|Wheel size and type||15 inch|
|0 - 100 kph (s)||10.4 seconds|
MINI Car in News
The MINI all-wheel drive system ALL4 will now be available in two more models – the MINI Cooper Countryman and the MINI Cooper Paceman from July 2013. Read More...
Close to the heels of the formal announcement made by the BMW Group last month regarding the commencement of local production of MINI Countryman in India, the car major has rolled out MINI Countryman from the Chennai plant. Read More...
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The Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM) has released a White Paper today, strongly opposing the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union. The proposed India-EU FTA seeks to curb and eventually cease import duties on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles imported into India from the European Region. SIAM’s contention is that such a move will adversely impact domestic car manufacturers. Read More...