. . . the 2014 MINI One hatchback will now set you back for 14,750 GBP, while for the flagship Cooper S, its future customers will have to pay at least 18,650 GBP before they will be able to drive it home.
The third generation of the MINI has an evolutionary design and its size has increased, being translated into performance, space and efficiency. The model is actually 98 mm longer, 44 mm wider and 7 mm taller than its predecessor. As far as the engine lineup goes, this includes the 1.2 liter three-cylinder with 101 HP, for 13,750 GBP, while the 1.5 liter diesel, with 95 HP will set you back for 14,890 GBP. The Cooper and Cooper D cost 15,300 and 16,450 GBP, respectively, and they are getting the 1.5 liter engine with 135 HP and 115 HP. The top of the line Cooper S has a 2.0L unit with 190 HP.