The new MINI hatch line-up is almost finished, when the new MINI One and MINI Cooper D models are unveiled to the public at the International Motor Show Geneva, March 8, 2007. The entry level has a cheerful 95hp 1.4-liter engine of a fuel, while the Cooper D delivers performance and fuel efficiency of an all-new 1.6-liter turbodiesel engine producing 110 hp.
A Cooper-badged MINI diesel hints at the sporty look of this new model. MINI fans will be equally excited at the prospect of the Cooper D promising to be the MINI's most fuel efficient and cleanest ever built. Compared to the Mini One D output combined fuel consumption 58.9mpg, the Cooper D capable of 64.2mpg. A CO2 figure of just 118 g / km puts the car in the band B. Tax
Mini One also has a significant improvement in fuel consumption and emissions in the outgoing model. 49.6mpg is achievable from the One new 1.4-liter unit, compared to 41.5mpg from its predecessor. CO2 emissions are now 138g/km, against 164g/km produced by the previous model.
The MINI One will cost £ 11 595 on the road, and the MINI Cooper D will be £ 14 190. Both models will be available from April 2007.
Both models are equipped with new body shape already seen on the recently launched MINI Cooper and Cooper S. Improvements in quality and unique interior design is always important properties One and Cooper D. However, several individual highlights set the cars apart.