THROUGH THE RANGE
Which trim level might suit you?
THERE’S only one trim choice with the MINI Cooper S, as the brand’s pricing structure is based on the engine you choose plus whatever option packs you want to add.
As a three-door, the Cooper S will cost £273 a month on a 36-month PCP deal limited to 10,000 miles with a £2,000 deposit and a £450 deposit contribution. This gets 16-inch alloys, air-con, DAB, Bluetooth and a 6.5-inch touchscreen.
There are also several option packs you can add to the Cooper S to increase the amount of kit. The Chili pack brings 17-inch wheels, extra cabin storage, parking sensors, auto lights and wipers and sports seats for £2,100, while the Navigation Plus Pack adds the larger infotainment system with connected apps and Apple Carplay for £2,000.
Interior Cooper S has the most upmarket cabin here, as well as a good driving position. Boot and rear passenger space trails rivals, though
On the road MINI is great fun on the road where its slight power deficit isn’t an issue. It was slower on the track, however
Union flag tail-lights are a new styling feature
Infotainment can be controlled via rotary dial