The new MINI hatch line-up is almost finished, when the new MINI One and MINI Cooper D models are unveiled to the public at the International Motor Show Geneva, March 8, 2007. The entry level has a cheerful 95hp 1.4-liter engine of a fuel, while the Cooper D delivers performance and fuel efficiency of an all-new 1.6-liter turbodiesel engine producing 110 hp.
A Cooper-badged MINI diesel hints at the sporty look of this new model. MINI fans will be equally excited at the prospect of the Cooper D promising to be the MINI's most fuel efficient and cleanest ever built. Compared to the Mini One D output combined fuel consumption 58.9mpg, the Cooper D capable of 64.2mpg. A CO2 figure of just 118 g / km puts the car in the band B. Tax
The MINI One will cost £ 11 595 on the road, and the MINI Cooper D will be £ 14 190. Both models will be available from April 2007.