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2012 Mini Coupe

CAR GARAGE | 2012 Mini Coupe | To prove the point, the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé has the fastest acceleration and top speed of any volume-produced MINI to date. The four-strong MINI range will go on sale through MINI dealers from 1st October 2011 and MINI Coupé customers can expect an exceptionally high standard of equipment Including: DAB digital radio, air conditioning, park distance control, alloy wheels, 3-spoke leather sport steering wheel and sport stripes on the body work.

Power for the MINI Coupé comes from the latest generation of BMW four-cylinder petrol Group and diesel engines. Outputs range from 122 kW hp/90 in the MINI Cooper Coupé to 211 hp / 155 kW in the highly Desirable flagship John Cooper Works MINI Coupé.  Fuel economy on the combined cycle from 39.8mpg stretches in the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé to a frugal 65.7mpg in the Cooper SD model, while CO2 emissions are as low as just 114g/km on the Cooper Elementary School. Even the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé emits only 165g/km.  Likely to prove popular with many potential customers is the Coupé MINI Cooper SD variant, the which offers the best fuel economy, lowest emissions highest torque output of any MINI.

In the MINI Coupé, engine power is converted into pure driving fun more directly and comprehensively than ever before. This car is the clearest illustration yet of MINI's legendary sporting DNA being transposed into a cutting-edge new vehicle. The MINI Coupé provides a complete re-interpretation of what a contender in the compact sports car class should offer the driver.

The MINI Coupé takes the legendary go-kart handling of every new MINI to a new high. A level of unmatched quality chassis in the small car segment Gives the new MINI models handling the flair you would expect from the brand. Work to enhance overall body rigidity has seen a slight forward shift in the MINI Coupe's weight distribution compared with the MINI Hatch. DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) is standard across the range MINI Coupé and makes an Important contribution to safe and agile handling. The system includes integral ABS, EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), CBC (Cornering Brake Control), Brake Assist and Hill Start Assist. DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) and EDLC (Electronic Differential Lock Control) is on the options list but standard on the MINI John Cooper Works Coupe.

The optional Sport Suspension has firmer damper settings and comes with uprated anti-roll bars front and rear. For a more 'hard core' racing experience, the Coupé MINI accessories range includes a John Cooper Works Suspension, with a 10 mm drop in ride height, ultra-firm damping and further upgraded anti-roll bars. In the case of the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé, it's a record-breaking performance MINI.

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