|Pricing||$21,450 - $32,600|
|Engines||1.6l I4, 1.6l I4 T|
|Fuel Economy||25-29 (city), 34-37 (highway)|
Too cute to dislike, the zippy Mini Cooper is defined by its unique appearance, compact dimensions and good handling. Under BMW's stewardship, the little Mini Cooper has spawned a big lineup of model variations. The MINI Cooper Coupe is a specialized performance variant of the iconic MINI Cooper line. The Cooper Coupe has one row of seating for two passengers and a top-hinged rear hatch. The cargo area has a fixed bulkhead with a small pass through area for longer items. The only model on the market that is similar to the Cooper Coupe is the Honda CR-Z. Most Mini variants share the same powertrain and model structure. The base Cooper model is powered by a 121-bhp, 1.6l four-cylinder engine mated to either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic. Power in the turbocharged Cooper S increases to 181-bhp. The top performance model is the John Cooper Works (MT only) which increases power to 208-bhp. All models share a long list of standard equipment that includes four-wheel disc brakes, common power equipment and alloy wheels for around $22,000. Mini offers numerous customization options which extend beyond option packages to mixed exterior /interior color combinations and decals. Through this unique personalization it is possible to add thousands to the sticker price.
John Cooper Works performance models gain an optional automatic transmission.
|Cooper Coupe||1.6l I4 (121-bhp)||M6||FWD||$21,450|
|Cooper Coupe||1.6l I4 (121-bhp)||A6||FWD||$22,700|
|Cooper Coupe S||1.6l I4 T (181-bhp)||M6||FWD||$23,750|
|Cooper Coupe S||1.6l I4 T (181-bhp)||A6||FWD||$25,000|
|Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works||1.6l I4 T (208-bhp)||M6||FWD||$31,350|
|Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works||1.6l I4 T (208-bhp)||A6||FWD||$32,600|