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Mini's John Cooper Works auto is less highly strung than before but quicker than ever
Faster and more rounded than any ‘Works’ Mini before it. Still a committed prospect – to buy and to use – but rewarding to drive
Mini 210 Challenge Edition costs from £29,990
More power, more torque and more noise for this limited-edition Mini Cooper S. Unfortunately, there's considerably more price, too
The new Mini Cooper S is powered by a 189bhp turbocharged four-cylinder engine
Can a bigger, cleverer, more grown-up Mini still entertain like it did?
Its various improvements make the new Mini more desirable and practical than ever before
Third-generation Mini Cooper is bigger and better in every respect. Three-cylinder petrol engine is an absolute belter, too, as we discover
Like the first GP, the second-generation is limited to 2000 units globally
Can the Mini GP deliver the sparkle that befits the fastest Mini in production?
The Roadster is the first time the new Mini has been offered as a two-seat convertible
The Mini Roadster is punchy, practical and fun, but no match for a proper sporting roadster
With a higher waistline and bonnet, new Mini doesn’t look quite as good as its predecessor
The Mini Hatchback is desirable and fun, and it has great re-sale values
BMW stretches the Mini in an attempt to improve practicality
The Mini Clubman is one of the greatest automotive success stories of the modern era
The Cooper S version of the Convertible, pictured here, offers impressive performance
The Mini Convertible has lots of style but lacks ride comfort and refinement
Can the Mini formula work on a two-seat, overtly sporting coupé?
Does the Mini Coupe stretch the brand too far, or can it make a convincing case for itself?
Mini bigs itself up in a quest to find new and retain old customers
The Mini Countryman represents the biggest stretch yet for Mini – for the car and the brand