MINI

7.6
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The average score of all new MINI models on sale.
£14,225 - £35,000
RRP

10 MINI models

8.5
RRP £14,825 - £28,415
Supermini that is fun to drive, but expensive to equip
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7.8
RRP £20,205 - £33,465
Mini's answer to rivals' estates
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7.4
RRP £18,500 - £35,000
Small stylish convertible with a real feelgood factor
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7.8
RRP £22,725 - £29,520
Entertaining fast hatchback with a small boot
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7.3
RRP £17,125 - £32,850
Crossover Mini available with four-wheel-drive
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7.4
RRP £16,875 - £27,725
Radical-looking two-seat coupe is fun to drive
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8.5
RRP £14,225 - £31,315
Retro-look supermini offers style, fun and frugal engines
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7.6
RRP £23,345 - £32,480
Fast and fun, but less serious than rivals
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6.6
RRP £19,215 - £33,575
Three-door SUV that drives like a sporty hatchback
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6.8
RRP £18,295 - £28,920
Two-seat convertible is eye-catching and fun to drive
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About MINI

MINI, it could be said, was the first brand that committed to building a completely modern car with the design cues of a classic vehicle, something we’re now seeing from numerous competitors. The British manufacturer now offers a selection of nine cars across a broad range of vehicle segments.

MINI can offer a car to suit the needs of most drivers, from the traditional three door hatchback to the more radical Coupe, Countryman and Paceman. It has developed a range of frugal petrol and diesel engines to reduce running costs, but the driving involvement that made MINIs so popular still forms a key part of their appeal.

A number of different models are available in Cooper S and JCW trim for those who are after a more potent MINI.