Mini Cooper Types

What are the differences of the Mini Cooper models?

Whether you are a city driver or travelling across the countryside, there’s a Mini Cooper to suit every lifestyle. The British automotive, owned by BMW has been a favourite amongst all people, with its cool design and racing heritage.

We’ve picked the top 5 versions of the Mini Cooper range to help you find out which is best for you!

– Mini-Cooper 3 door hatch

The original mini-cooper 3 door is known as the ‘go-kart’ for the road. It’s packed with state-of-the-art technology to make navigation around the city a breeze. This makes it ideal for local driving around the city

– Mini-Cooper 5 door hatch

This car has the iconic design and style like the 3-door hatch, but has extra 50 litres of space. With 5 doors it’s a great family car as it can comfortably accommodate pushchairs and bulky travel cots for children.

It’s ideal for those long drives and adventure trips with friends and family!

– Mini-Clubman

The most sophisticated of the Mini range is the clubman. If you like a bit of personality and class then the min-clubman is the one for you. With 5 doors and easy to open split rear doors, it’s the perfect modern-day classic car.

– Mini-Cooper Countryman

This range is built for the country drives and scenic routes, with it optional 4b wheel drive feature. The design of the mini is slightly different as it has a raised ride height to make driving on rugged areas much smoother and enjoyable.

– Mini-Cooper Convertible

The mini cooper convertible is the ultimate car for fresh-air seekers. With its eye-catching design and low running costs, this mini is the most cost-effective for buyers with a sense of style. Although the boot capacity is compromised in this model, it is still an enjoyable drive, especially with the sun shining on you.