Second nip and tuck for third-generation Mini brings new tech and a sleeker look
Most extreme road-going Mini benefits from 302bhp, a strict diet and an eye-catching bodykit
Mini’s new electric hatchback won’t break records on range or usability but has plenty of brand-typical zip and driver appeal. Isn’t bad value relative to other EVs, either
Mini splits the difference between Cooper S and John Cooper Works, and what a revelation it is
Can this plug-in hybrid successfully meld capability, frugality and performance?
Mini’s modern-day Maxi is back for another swing at the hatchback mainstream, but is the Countryman good enough this time?
Third-generation drop-top joins Mini’s new and improved line-up, delivering the same vivacious driving experience while exposed to the elements
Mini's Peter Pan image finally diminishes as it grows up with the arrival of the mature-looking 'six-door' Clubman
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
Now in its third generation, we find out if the bigger, cleverer and more mature Mini can still entertain like it predecessors did
Third-generation Mini hatchback comes with a range of new engines, more equipment and a practical five-door shape, but is it stretching the Mini name too far?
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