Output: 211 hp (155kw) @ 6,000 rpmAcceleration (0-62 mph): 6.4 [6.6] sTop speed: 149  mphFuel consumption (combined): 42.8 [39.8] mpgCO2 emissions: 153  g/kmMax. torque/revs: 260 Nm @ 1,750-5,500 rpmFurther information on official fuel consumption and on the specific emission of CO2 for new passenger car models is available from www.vcacarfueldata.org.uk
Despite being a growling, uncompromising two seated sports car, the new MINI John Cooper Works Coupé is surprisingly practical for everyday use.
Designed for top performances: The engine impresses with its overwhelming traction. Every component has to withstand extreme tests before it earns the title “John Cooper Works”. The result is boost pressure ripe for the racetrack with tremendously powerful pistons and valves. They drive the 1.6-litre direct injection engine to its maximum. The overboost raises the torque by a further 20 Nm to as much as 280 Nm. Restraint? It’s practically impossible.
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"The service light was still showing. We asked for a valuation which they said they could do but when we arrived they said they didn't do that. I asked for the air con to be looked at and they said ok but they didn't do it. We asked for a courtesy car"