MINI Ray: MINI sunshine, from $29,000 driveaway Stylish MINI Ray returns to market, superseding MINI One from August 2016. Driveaway pricing from $29,000 presents exceptional value. MINI Ray gains metallic paint and Ray-specific styling enhancements for a unique appearance. MINI Ray Accessories colour options available at no extra cost. Available in 3-door or 5-door hatchback … Continue reading Cute Mini Ray Special Edition for CHEAP!
MINI Cooper and Cooper S 3 door and 5 door hatchbacks gain additional standard specification. New option packages group key technologies for added value. Enhanced MINI range now available in dealerships. MINI Australia announces key specification updates for Cooper and Cooper S hatchback variants, applicable to both 3 door and 5 door variants and now … Continue reading MINI announces updates to Cooper and Cooper S hatchback variants
Forget expensive Italian and German sports cars, says Brent Davison, because Mini’s latest Convertible makes standing-out in the crowd a relatively inexpensive exercise that doesn’t diminish the fun factor. HIS NAME WAS WRITTEN proudly in that kind of brash, bold script a young man might use. “Cooper S” it said in a manner designed … Continue reading MINI CONVERTIBLE: Still a Gay Icon, Still Cool
It looks like a mini, it drives like a Mini, but it has more doors than the Opera House. We’ve driven many a Mini, so this time we stuck strictly to the difference between Clubman and 5 door, and the other cars you might get for the same price. People buy Mini because they … Continue reading Mini Clubman: More doors, more fun
Full press release follows: When passion for motor racing is the driving force and intense open-air pleasure the goal, the new MINI John Cooper Works Convertible takes the ideal line from the word go. The second John Cooper Works model of the latest generation combines engine and suspension technology optimised for use on the race … Continue reading Mini John Cooper Works Cabrio
Joint US premiere for the new MINI Clubman and the new MINI Convertible in California's city of design and entertainment - anniversary of a successful model: presentation of the 500 000th MINI Countryman. Munich/Los Angeles. With a double US premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2015, MINI puts the spotlight on the latest … Continue reading MINI at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2015
Yes Yes Yes oh YES: looks, heritage, nice cornering, build quality Oh dear me no: expensive, choppy ride, too few features, long options list, very noisy tyres. Pricing is: 5 door $29,712 and 3 door $28,579 on-Road in NSW for the 6 speed manual, auto adds $2350. Engine/trans: 3 cyl turbo petrol, 71kw/180Nm, … Continue reading Mini ONE: a de-featured entry level city car we needed, but be careful what you ask for.
MINI is continuing the generation change in its model program. With the latest addition to the range of the British premium brand, further target groups can now get to enjoy the distinctive MINI feeling. The new MINI Clubman, which will see its world premiere for the public at the International Motor Show 2015 in Frankfurt … Continue reading MINI at IAA Frankfurt 2015
Note: International press release. This is a 1:1 copy of the original issued by BMW Group headquarters in Germany. No adaptations have been made to cater for the Australian market. Green light for the latest edition of the top athlete in the small car segment; the new MINI John Cooper Works combines … Continue reading The new MINI John Cooper Works
The first John Cooper Works model launched on the third generation MINI Hatch styling platform Available from $47,400 in standard manual form, or $49,950 with a six-speed sports automatic transmission Features the most powerful engine ever allied to a MINI, producing 170 kW and 320 Nm of torque Engine output increased by 10 … Continue reading MINI Australia: pricing for new 170kw John Cooper Works Hatch