The 2016 Mini Cooper is available in two or four doors (hardtop) and a two-door convertible. The 2016 Mini Cooper two-door sedan and convertible are both available in the base Cooper, Cooper S and John Cooper Works (JCW) MIC. The four-door linings is provided in the base Cooper and Cooper. The 2016 Mini Cooper convertible has a power soft top with glass rear window and a partial function open “sun roof”.
The 2016 Mini Cooper S hatchback adds a more powerful engine, hood scoop, a black mesh grille, twin tubes mounted center, a “torque vectoring” electronic limited-slip differential, 16-inch wheels with tires roll flat, LED fog lights and sports seats. Special equipment for the John Cooper Works hatchback includes 17-inches wheels, Brembo brakes, a more powerful engine, a sport-tuned suspension, aerodynamic kit, a sports steering wheel and special fabric upholstery. The standard suspension is toll-free option. The 2016 Mini Cooper Convertible base is similar to the base sedan is equipped outside of its material from the previous generation, but he did not get the adjustable drive modes, and it comes standard with 16-inch wheels. The Cooper S and Cooper JCW Convertible obtained similar to those of sedans and Cooper S JCW the same performance on the theme of advantages.
2016 Mini Cooper Features
All cabins brim with a sense of playfulness and fun. Although the hardtop has a similar design cue, the circular member now houses the radio controls and an option high definition 8.8-inch screen, moves to the tachometer to a separate cluster at the top of the steering column. The tailgate also redesigned controls, including a simplified interface, air conditioning and power windows and door lock switches on the door trim. Material quality is significantly better in the tailgate enhanced with improved surfaces and soft-touch surfaces.
Both body styles are electronics, with the infotainment improved sedan control on the center console and the station reception is available fan cooled highlighted updated. The Mini Connected infotainment interface option offers a great smartphone app integration. The front seats of the Cooper offer a firm hold and an ideal seating position. Whether you choose two or four-door, but the rear passenger compartment pretty tight. Loading capacity for the two-door sedan measures a paltry 8.7 cubic feet behind the rear seats, the extension to 34 cubes with the seats folded records. The four-door is more behind the rear seats, with 13.1 cubic meters and 40.7 cubic feet when the seats folded flat. The convertible has 6 cubic feet in his tribe and 23.3 cubes with the rear seats folded.
An interesting feature on the Mini Cooper Convertible is the function of the sliding roof of the dome, with the. Before the summit on the days that you do not want the tip to withdraw completely reduce On the other hand piled on themselves collapsed, resulting in exceptionally poor rear vision for a convertible.
2016 Mini Cooper Powertrains and Performance
The base 2016 Mini Cooper hatchback comes with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, three-cylinder engine that makes 134 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. A manual six-speed gearbox is standard, and a six-speed automatic is optional. On the test track, a base two-door sedan with automatic transmission accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 7.4 seconds. This is a very impressive moment in comparison to other base models compact sedans. Mini believes that the four-door to get to 60 mph in just 7.6 seconds with automatic transmission and 7.7 with the manual. EPA-estimated fuel economy is equally impressive, and if you combine two or four doors Cooper, the clock at 31 mpg (28 city / highway 37) and 33 mpg combined with automatic (29 city / highway 40) with the operating instructions.
The 2016 Mini Cooper S hatchback packs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 189 horsepower and 207 lb-ft of torque. It also offers a choice of six-speed manual or six-speed automatic, the latter with steering-wheel shift paddles. For the two-door sedan, estimates its mini 0-60 quality 6.5 seconds (manual) and 6.4 seconds (automatic). On the test track, the four-door sedan fuel economy 26 was even faster than the estimated Mini for automatic and gives you a quick 6.3 seconds sprint to 60 mph. (For models with both two- and four-door) is 29 mpg combined (city / highway 33) with automatic and 27 mpg combined (24 city / highway 34) with the manual.
The John Cooper Works tailgate is 228 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque cranks with a more powerful version of the 2.0-liter turbo. It is also available with the choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic. Mini JCW says the rigid roof will accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds along automatic transmission and 6.1 seconds with the manual. Is combined fuel economy EPA-estimated 28 mpg (25/31) combined with automatic and 26 mpg (31/23) with the manual. All limousines are equipped with an automatic start-stop function that turns the motor at standstill in order to save fuel.
2016 Mini Cooper Convertible has a turbocharged 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine good for 181 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. It also offers the choice between a 6-speed manual and a six-speed automatic (optional steering wheel with paddle). Mini estimated acceleration 0-60 mph 6.8 seconds to 7.2 seconds for manual and automatic. Fuel consumption at 28 mpg combined (25 city / highway 34) with automatic and 29 mpg combined (26 city / highway 35) with the hand evaluated.
The 2016 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works Convertible has a more powerful version of the turbo with an output of 208 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque 1.6-liter. A six-speed manual or automatic six-speed available again. Acceleration to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds is estimated with the manual and 6.8 seconds with automatic. Fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 28 mpg combined (25/34) for automatic and 29 mpg combined (26/35) for the manual.
2016 Mini Cooper Safety Features
The standard safety the 2016 Mini Cooper include disc brakes, side airbags in the front seats. Cooper hatchback adds front knee airbags and full-length side curtain airbags as standard material, while the pop-up convertible has roll-bar large side airbags that extend over an additional protection. Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera are optional.
In government tests, the two-door Cooper four out of five stars was possible to protect the accident before. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded the Cooper hatchback its top rating of “Good” in the frontal offset crash test moderate coverage. In braking tests, a 2016 Mini Cooper two-door hatchback requires only 114 meters to go 60 mph arrives which is very good for its class.