2021 MINI Cooper S Review | MINI Cooper S Hatch And Convertible | First Drive Review | carandbike
The 2021 MINI Coopers have just arrived in our market and we have got the chance to bring you the first-hand experience of both the hatch and convertible. The new MINIs are more aggressive to look at and is aerodynamically advanced, while the cabin has been slightly tweaked as well along with a subtle update in its driving character. We tell you all about it right here in our review.
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0:00 - MINI Cooper S Overview
1:11 - Exterior Analysis of Mini Cooper S
1:58 - MINI Cooper S Colour Options
3:41 - First Drive Review
4:30 - Mini Cooper S Specifications
5:10 - Cooper S Drive Modes
6:03 - Mini Cooper S Features
6:26 - Interior Analysis of Mini Cooper S
7:55 - Mini Cooper S Price in India
➡️The Cooper S hatch and convertible or cabriolet are updated for 2021. This third generation car has been around since 2013, and already received its facelift in 2018.
➡️The MINI Cooper range in India is all petrol now. The 2.0 turbocharged engine on the S models has been slightly updated for 2021, but it's essentially the same engine. What's great about it is that it still delivers on performance and sounds fantastic.
➡️The standard gearbox on the India spec cars is the 7-Speed dual clutch (DCT) Steptronic. You can pay more for the optional 7-Speed DCT Sport Steptronic. The hatch will go 0-100 kmph in 6.7 seconds flat, while the convertible takes 7.1 seconds.
➡️MINI does offer the JCW or John Cooper Works version though, and the Countryman of course.
➡️Prices start at ₹ 38 lakh for the hatch and ₹ 44 lakh for the convertible – but you'll always add some optional extras on a MINI! The Cooper S remains attractive, and yet its appeal remains niche.