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        The new MINI Cooper, a Hatchback from MINI, was launched in India in May, 2018. Cooper has received 97% rating score from our users. Cooper is preferred for its Performance and Styling.

        MINI Cooper price starts from ₹ 40.00 Lakh in India. Cooper is available in 8 colours - Chilli Red, Midnight Black, Pepper White, White Silver, British Racing Green IV, Rooftop Grey, Moonwalk Grey, Island Blue. Cooper seating capacity is 4 People. Cooper mileage is 16.3 km/l. Cooper has received 4 Star (Euro NCAP) safety ratings.

        Cooper is available in 2 versions and 1 fuel options(s) - Petrol. Petrol models comes with 1998cc engine which generates peak power of 189 bhp @ 5000 rpm .

        Cooper competes with MINI Countryman, MINI Cooper JCW and Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine in India.

        MINI Cooper Model List

        Cooper Model Price Key Specs
        S ₹ 40.00 Lakh Petrol, 1998 cc, Automatic (DCT)
        S (Steptronic Sport) ₹ 40.58 Lakh Petrol, 1998 cc, Automatic (DCT)

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        Cooper starting EMI

        81,106 for 5 Years

        MINI Cooper Key Specifications

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        ₹ 40.00 - 40.58 Lakh
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        Fuel Type

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        16.3 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        4 People
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        Safety Rating

        4 Star (Euro NCAP)
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        2 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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        Engine Size

        1998 cc
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        Automatic (DCT)
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        3850 mm L X 1727 mm W X 1414 mm H
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        44 litre

        Cooper Expert Review


        The old Mini Convertible sold in India was ultimately an automotive paradox: while it would have no trouble turning heads with its preppy, boastful design and interiors, it felt grossly underwhelming to drive. The main culprit being the slow and dim-witted powertrain that seriously hampered the otherwise brilliant road manners of the Mini Convertible.       

        Imagine our delight (and the smiles that followed it) when Mini showed us all the latest-gen Convertibles in the fancy Cooper S guise. Gone is the rudimentary 1.6-litre naturally aspirated engine and in its place is a bigger 2-litre turbocharged unit making whooshy noises and a lot more power. This new Mini Convertible, then, has already bettered its predecessor on paper; however, is it as good or any better when it comes to offering top-down thrills for the price of a mid-size luxury sedan?

        Appearance Exterior

        Even from a distance, there is no mistaking a Mini Cooper. The low-riding stance and the unique silhouette give it enormous character and a good deal of credibility. With the roof off, one might expect this car to look a bit ungainly but anyhow, it doesn’t. Thanks to the wheels that are pushed right to the corners, there’s little overhang at either end and that adds to the hunkered-down look. What’s more, the absence of a roof makes the Convertible even lower that it actually is and as a result, this thing looks great as it drives past you.

        The roof itself is made out of a hard-wearing textile and takes about 18 seconds to open and close. Better still, it can be operated at speeds of up to 30kmph. So if you fancy some attention, you can put the roof down or up even on the go. Like before, the Convertible allows you to slide the opening of the fabric roof backwards to an extent that it can be used as a sunroof thought it tends to create a fair bit of wind noise. We would rather have the roof either fully on or off.   
        Coming back to the overall stance, the wider track (compared to the predecessor) and flared wheel arches give the Mini Convertible a great visual stance especially when viewed from behind. Our test car was finished in British racing green – a fitting colour for this thing if you ask us. While Mini is offering a variety of loud and ostentatious colour options for the Convertible, there is something about this particular shade of green that harks back to the good old Austin Minis.

        Appearance Interior

        The interior somehow retains that retro 70s charm and yet, comes with the usual array of unconventional Mini fare i.e. the massive infotainment screen fitted slap-bang in the middle of the dash, along with a pile of dysfunctional toggle switches underneath. Nevertheless, it’s a comfortable place to be in for the passengers up front. Head room, even with the roof on, is generous and the leather seats are wide yet bolstered. As for those in the back, they might face a space because even with the front seats set unfairly forward than usual, there is hardly any legroom for those in the back. Not that this is a matter of utmost importance but we would like to add that this new model has 215-litres of boot space which is roughly 25 per cent more than before.
        As one would expect, there’s an assortment of soft-touch materials, leather upholstery and high-gloss plastics to go with the premium that Mini asks for this car. However, we are not sure if the Mini Convertible is particularly good value. Yes, you do get a multi-function leather steering wheel, body hugging leather seats and commendable quality all-round, but the overall feature list isn’t all that generous. Well you can have a head-up display, a nice sounding Harman Kardon audio system and LED headlights with cornering functions as pricey optional extras for your Mini but shelling out more just for Bluetooth connectivity is a bit unreasonable.
        Funky design touches and glaring omissions aside, if you really need convincing, you need to get behind the wheel and experience this thing on the road.

        Performance Drive

        Unlike the previous generation of the Convertible S which had a high revving 1.6-litre turbocharged engine, this new model has a bigger 2-litre motor that is also turbocharged. Now although the latter may not have that screaming sound of the smaller motor but it does bring its own nice soundtrack. It’s a throaty note that only gets better as the revs climb and like in the old model, the exhaust pops and burbles on the overrun.  

        With 189bhp of power and 280Nm of torque, the new Mini Convertible trumps its predecessor by a long way not just on paper but out on the road as well. This drop-top doesn’t feel lethargic anymore, even on part throttle. If anything, you can even palm the tall gear knob or tug the paddle shifter and short shift to a higher gear and make the most of the mid-range punch, thanks to the torquey engine. That said, there is some amount of lag up until 2,500rpm, post which the turbo spools up and pins you back to the seat for a fraction of a second.
        Though not as big an improvement as the engine, the 6-speed automatic gearbox is better than before. It gauges the driver’s throttle inputs in a better manner now and the upshifts are far crisper as well. However, the same cannot be said for the downshifts which aren’t as smooth as we would be like them to be. 
        Now on to the highlight of basically every Mini that is the way it handles: the direct steering and nimble size make the Convertible fun to throw around. Despite the added width and increased wheelbase, there is still that go kart-like feel behind the wheel which offers good feedback when the front wheels start to lose grip. Now some might find the steering a bit too heavy in the town but it really is a point and shoot affair. As we found out through a quick slalom workout on a closed road, body control is superb too, with the Mini resisting lean through the corners and savouring quick direction changes. Be it zipping around town or tearing up the twisties, the quick steering, strong brakes and the brilliant exhaust note all add up to leave you with a wide grin.     
        However, what’s less likely to make you smile is the ride quality. Admittedly, it’s not really fair to expect the Mini Convertible to soak in bumps or potholes like a luxury sedan – it’s a low-slung, stiffly sprung car, after all. Nonetheless, this new model rides a lot better than its predecessor. Yes, the ride is still crashy at low speeds but it’s never to the point that it’s definitely uncomfortable.

        Tech Specs

        Make Mini
        Model Cooper
        Fuel Petrol
        Variant Convertible S
        Engine Capacity 2.0-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 189bhp @ 5000 RPM
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 280Nm @ 1250 RPM
        Gears  6
        Length mm 3821
        Width mm 1727
        Height mm 1415
        Wheelbase mm 2495
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 44
        Tyre size NA


        Electrically foldable roof Yes
        Cruise control Yes
        Climate control Yes
        Driving modes  Yes
        6-speed automatic gearbox with paddleshifters  Yes

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        Specifications Mini
        Variant Convertible S Cabriolet 40 TFSI
        Fuel Petrol Petrol
        Engine Capacity 2.0-litre 1.8-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 189bhp @ 5000 RPM 177 bhp @ 5100 RPM
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 280Nm @ 1250 RPM 265 Nm @ 1250 RPM
        Gears  6 7
        Length mm 3821 4421
        Width mm 1727 1793
        Height mm 1415 1409
        Wheelbase mm 2495 2595
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 44 50
        Tyre size NA 205 / 55 R17


        Not everyone would agree to this but it’s fair to say that the Mini Convertible has enough retro design bits to keep the spirit of the original Mini alive. And now with the added punch from the bigger turbocharged motor, there is no doubt that this drop-top model finally has the go to match the show.   

        At Rs 34.90 lakh, the new Mini Convertible seems good value especially given that it’s being offered in the full-fat S guise. However, spec it up with a handful of optional extras and you would end up paying nearly Rs 50 lakh. That’s half a crore for something that’s not as much a car as it is a classy ornament to make you feel good about yourself. Well played, Mini.

        Is Cooper a Good Car?

        Overall Score : 97%

        Based on 98 User Ratings

        Cooper has received a very favourable 97% approval rating based on 98 user reviews.

        What users like the most about Cooper?

        Users prefer to buy Cooper for Performance (96% rating) and Styling (96% rating). The least appreciated parameters are Mileage (88%) and Value for Money (90%).







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        How Cooper fares against competition?

        Among MINI Cooper alternatives, MINI Countryman is the best in terms of Styling, Comfort and Performance. Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine is the best in terms of Mileage and Value for Money.

        MINI Cooper MINI Countryman Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine MINI Cooper Convertible
        Styling 96 98 96 94
        Comfort 93 96 94 93
        Performance 96 98 96 97
        Mileage 88 88 90 84
        Value for Money 90 94 96 89
        Overall Score 97 93 95 97

        MINI Cooper Price List

        Find a list of all 2 petrol versions of MINI Cooper. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        Petrol, 1998 cc, Automatic (DCT), 16.3 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
        Mileage: 16.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 40.00 Lakh
        Key features : Turbocharged, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Wireless Charger
        Petrol, 1998 cc, Automatic (DCT), 16.3 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
        Mileage: 16.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 40.58 Lakh
        Key features : Turbocharged, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Wireless Charger

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        About MINI Cooper


        The Mini Cooper family is officially launched in India. It is available in 3-door petrol and diesel variant and a 5-door diesel trim. The new Mini Cooper is a niche vehicle in the country, but at its price point, it goes up against Mercedes-Benz GLA, BMW X1, and Audi Q3. The Cooper takes the CBU route in India and packs a lot of cosmetic update along with an extensive feature list. It also carries the new minimized Mini logo which was first seen on the Countryman.


        Styling wise, the Mini Cooper gets a redesigned adaptive headlamps units with LED lighting signature and surround indicators. The Copper also gets the Union Jack-inspired LED pattern on the tail lamps. The front bumpers get aggressive air-intakes flanked by circular fog lamp units. At the rear, the redesigned bumpers integrate the dual exhaust tips sticking out from the middle. The 2018 Mini adds three new body paint options – Emerald grey, Starlit blue and Solaris Orange – to the already available set of colour options


        On the inside, the cabin is refreshed thoroughly. So now there is a piano-black finish insert on the dashboard and centre console. The ambient lighting is also part of the package. The iconic centre stacked circular infotainment system gets a 6.5-inch display which can also be upgraded to an 8.8-inch touchscreen unit. The sunroof is also available as an optional fitment now. The Mini Excitement Pack can add 12 colour options for ambient lighting. It also includes the new MINI logo projection from the exterior mirror on the driver's side when opening and closing the door.

        Engin and Gear Box

        Powering the Cooper S is a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which puts out 189bhp of power and 280Nm of torque. The seven-speed dual-clutch Steptronic gearbox sends all the power to the front wheels. The Cooper D, on the other hand, has a 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel motor under the hood. It produces 112bhp of power and 270Nm of torque. The Mini Cooper gets Sport and Green driving modes along with driver aid like cruise control, ESP, rear-view camera and heads-up display.

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        Cooper FAQs

        The on-road price of the MINI Cooper in Delhi starts at ₹ 40.00 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Cooper S (Steptronic Sport)) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 40.58 Lakh.
        MINI Cooper S (Steptronic Sport) is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The MINI Cooper S (Steptronic Sport) is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Cooper S (Steptronic Sport) and Cooper S (Steptronic Sport) to find the best suited version for you.
        The ARAI reported mileage of MINI Cooper is 16.3 kmpl.
        MINI Cooper comes with a 1998 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at ₹ 40.00 Lakh in Delhi. Whereas MINI Countryman comes with a 1998 cc Petrol engine and starts with a price tag of ₹ 42.00 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare MINI Cooper and MINI Countryman and chose the right car for you.

        Quick Facts about MINI Cooper

        MINI Cooper, a Hatchback, is available from ₹ 40.00 - 40.58 Lakh in India. MINI offers the latest Cooper in 2 versions in India. The base model S starts at ₹ 40.00 Lakh in Delhi and the top model S (Steptronic Sport) priced at ₹ 40.58 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 4 seater car then you should consider Cooper.

        Cooper comes in 2 Petrol version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 1998cc engine capacity and Automatic (DCT) transmission mode(s). It generates 189 bhp @ 5000 rpm.

        MINI Cooper comes in 8 colors which include Chilli Red, Midnight Black, Pepper White, White Silver, British Racing Green IV, Rooftop Grey, Moonwalk Grey, Island Blue.

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        Price ₹ 40.00 Lakh ₹ 42.00 Lakh ₹ 47.70 Lakh ₹ 41.99 Lakh
        Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol Petrol
        Engine Size 1998 cc 1998 cc 1998 cc 1332 cc
        Transmission Automatic (DCT) Automatic (DCT) Automatic (TC) Automatic (DCT)
        Power 189 bhp @ 5000 rpm 189 bhp @ 4400 rpm 228 bhp @ 5200 rpm 161 bhp @ 5500 rpm
        Torque 280 Nm @ 1250 rpm 280 Nm @ 1350 rpm 320 Nm @ 1450 rpm 250 Nm @ 1620 rpm
        Safety Rating 4 Star (Euro NCAP) 5 Star (Euro NCAP) 4 Star (Euro NCAP) 5 Star (Euro NCAP)
        Boot Space 211 litres 450 litres 211 litres 405 litres
        Ground Clearance - 165 mm - -
        Size 3850 mm L X 1727 mm W X 1414 mm H 4299 mm L X 1822 mm W X 1557 mm H 3850 mm L X 1727 mm W X 1414 mm H 4549 mm L X 1796 mm W X 1446 mm H
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