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June 18, 2014

Mini Cooper 2014 lands locally, priced at Php2.1M

MINI Philippines, the local arm of the UK-based car manufacturer, British United Automobiles Inc., has recently announced the official debut of the new 2014 Mini Cooper and 2014 Mini Cooper S in the country.

MINI has made a number of changes to the car aesthetics among of which is a more robust frame that gave way to a more spacious cabin. But despite of these alterations, the manufacturer has maintained the Cooper’s iconic look on the new model.

MINI Cooper 2014 specs:
Engine Code: B38A15M0
Gearbox: 6-Speed automatic transmission
Fuel Type: Petrol
Engine Type / Cylinder / Valves p. cyl: in line / 3 / 4
Displacement: 1499c m3
Engine Power / at rpm /(KW (PS) / 1/min) 100 (136) / 4500-6000
Engine torque / at rpm (Nm / 1/min) 220 / 1250
0-100 km/hr: 7.8 sec.
Top Speed: 210 km/h
Fuel Cons. KV01 (combined) (L/100km) 6.1 / 4.2 / 4.9

Apart from the aesthetic changes, the company has also equipped the MINI Hardtop with a faster and more fuel-efficient engine that’s capable of reaching top speed of 210Kph and can go from 0 to a 100Kph in under 8 seconds.

Meanwhile, the MINI Cooper S 2014 retains the 4-cylinder engine that tops out at 233km/h and can reach speeds of 100km/h from a stationary state in under 7 seconds.

2014 MINI COOPER S Specs:

Engine Code: B48A20M0
Gearbox: 6-Speed automatic transmission
Fuel Type: Petrol
Engine Type / Cylinder / Valves p. cyl: in line / 4 / 4
Displacement: 1998cm3
Engine Power / at rpm /(KW (PS) / 1/min) 141 (192) / 4700-6000
Engine torque / at rpm (Nm / 1/min) 280 / 1250
0-100 km/hr: 6.7 sec
Top Speed: 233 km/h
Fuel Cons. KV01 (combined) (L/100km) 7 / 4.6 / 5.5

The new 2014 MINI Cooper and the 2014 MINI Cooper S are now available at MINI Global City and retails for Php2.1M and Php2.6M respectively. MINI Philippines also announced that the two new cars will be available at MINI Cebu once the store opened this month.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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