2019 Mini Cooper Engine Install & Dyno Test At Factory – Video
Its distinctive combination of driving fun, premium quality and individual style is also what accounts for the success of MINI in two vehicle segments of the US automotive market. Three models, each with their own distinctive characteristics, consolidate the exceptional position of MINI within the small car segment: the new MINI Hardtop representing the classic body concept, the new MINI Hardtop 4 door with its extended functionality and the new MINI Convertible – developed for exclusive open-air driving fun. They are each available in the USA as the MINI Cooper with 134 hp and the MINI Cooper S with 189 hp.
Meanwhile, the MINI Clubman and the MINI Countryman provide MINI feeling in the premium compact segment. The unique body concept comprising four doors and the two split doors at the rear is what gives the MINI Clubman its special character. The MINI Countryman is larger and more versatile than ever. In the form of the MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4, it is also the first plug-in hybrid model to be offered as part of the British premium brand’s range.
The MINI Cooper Clubman and the MINI Cooper Countryman are powered by a 134 hp 3-cylinder engine. The 4-cylinder power unit in the MINI Cooper S Clubman and the MINI Cooper S Countryman mobilise a peak output of 189 hp. Both engines can be optionally combined with the ALL4 all-wheel drive system.
All-wheel drive comes as standard with the extreme athletes in the premium compact segment, namely the MINI John Cooper Works Clubman and the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman. They are powered by a 4-cylinder turbo engine with an output of 228 hp. Driving fun inspired by motor racing is also available in the small car segment. A 228 hp 4-cylinder engine likewise ensures irresistible forward thrust in the MINI John Cooper Works and the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible.
Note: Unless otherwise stated, the automobiles described in this press release comply with the specifications for the US automotive market in terms of engines and fittings. Concerning consumption and CO2 emissions all figures refer to EU test cycle. Deviations are possible in other markets.