If you’re buying a new car and want to make on a statement - £15,000-worth of statement anyway – then it hasn’t to be a Mini doesn’t it? Exactly what that statement says is up to you but Mini certainly has a strong grip in the affordable, funky, desirable and fun end of the market.
Of course, the current BMW-made Mini is loosely based on the British design classic; an icon of the Sixties and British pluck now transformed into what was the only premium urban car you could buy in the UK for years.
The Mini range no stretches to the hatch, convertible, coupe, roadster, Clubman and even Countryman SUV. If you think that sounds baffling try factoring in a bewildering set of trim levels and spec with the following names and letters: One, First, John Cooper Works, S, Cooper, JCW.
New Mini reviews tend to focus on the Mini range’s impressive handling, cramped interiors, off-the-wall styling and impressive engines. But if you want to know more you’d do well to check out our Mini reviews and Mini ratings.
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