Selling far slower than expected, both locally and abroad, Mini has confirmed that it will suspend production of the Roadster and Coupe. Lagging behind the… Read more →
CAR associate editor Gareth Dean spent a year driving a Mini Coupé JCW. Watch as Gareth looks back over the past 20 000 km with… Read more →
Reports surfaced late last year about the new Mini and 10 different variants that could possibly make production, including the Roadster, Coupe and Paceman. However,… Read more →
A report has emerged suggesting that Mini plans to replace its slow-selling Coupe and Roadster models with a stand-alone compact sportscar.
The first two-seater convertible to ever wear the Mini badge – but it comes with a hefty price tag!
This snub-tailed sports Mini caused quite a stir on the Shootout – thanks partly to its striking appearance and the raspy beat of its turbocharged 1,6-litre engine…
Mini has injected an additional dose of sportiness into its product range with the introduction of the Coupé to its local line-up…a model that will no doubt appeal to enthusiastic drivers and fashionistas alike.
With sweeping, attention-grabbing looks and reworked underpinnings, the Cooper and Cooper S Coupes offer two-up road thrills for throngs of hardcore Mini lovers in South Africa.
After hustling along the Cooper S version of the Mini Coupe it has dawned on me: This is the best expression of the Mini brand today.
Mini put up quite a show at the local unveiling of the fastest production Mini yet. The Mini Coupé features some interesting design cues – most notably the strange roof design – that haven’t been seen on any Mini before. The top of the range model will have the same 1,6-litre 155 kW/260 N.m engine as found in the Cooper JCW.