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Mini Cooper D

 

In some of the latest vehicle release news today to make its way out of the British iconic car firm Mini, we are pleased to report on the all new Cooper Diesel model which has recently been launched onto our roads here in the UK and across other parts of the world too.

 

Over the years the car company owned by BMW have certainly proven to be one of the most well known and loved companies in both the new and used car industry and we have seen them have much success over the years with models such as the likes of the One and the Clubman but, perhaps none will be more finer made than this all new Cooper Diesel model from the mass manufacturer and in our opinion this all new inclusion to the Mini family could very well go on to have much deserved success.

 

What is it that makes the Mini Cooper Diesel stand out?

The company are hoping to have much success with this model and we believe that this very well could be the case however, it would take something truly special to make this vehicle a big seller amongst all other previous additions from Mini to their range of cars. So what has been done to the Cooper during it's time on the production line?

 

The new Cooper Diesel model will be powered by the newly developed 1.5 litre, three cylinder, turbo diesel engine that produces 114 units of brake horsepower. The new Cooper will therefore go from a standstill to speeds of 62 miles per hour in a time of 9.2 seconds. With these specs in mind we see the car hit top speeds all round of 127 miles per hour. The vehicle is only available in a front wheel drive format but we can confirm that you can also expect to receive a six speed, manual transmission system with a purchase on this model too.

 

In regards to some of the more key standout features and what we believe could very well be some good key selling points for the car, we see the all new Cooper come fully fitted with bigger front and rear lights and much more interior space than what came with the previous addition. In regards to the interior and some of the gadgets that come along with the car, we see the addition of a red and black finish on the seats and dashboard and you can also expect to receive a built in sat-nav system as part of the package too. So with some of these advancements in technology and power, we personally think that this model could be a great potential rival for similar vehicles from rival brands such as the likes of Ford and Toyota.

 

How much will the Mini Cooper Diesel set you back?

Firstly we are pleased to announce that, you can officially make the investment into your brand new Mini model right now from Mini showrooms around the UK and other parts of the world too. In regards to a price tag that comes along with the Mini Cooper Diesel model, you can invest into this brand new model at a cost of £16,450.