The more modest Mini Cooper impressed the most, with ample power from its new engine to work the chassis and suspension to the point of evoking the element and philosophy of fun, which runs strongly through the Mini brand. The 6-speed manual could do with closer ratios and a more defined shift action, but there’s a John Cooper Works (JCW) version to look forward to yet.
The Mini Cooper is growing up and it’s all the better for it.
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