Mini showcases the John Cooper Works at the Paris International Motor Show 2012
|   Friday, October 05, 2012
The all new two wheel drive John Cooper Works MINI uses a super charged 1.6 liter engine producing 208 BHP and the base model starts from 24,775 Pounds. The roadster is priced a thousand Pounds more than the basic MINI hatch but offers more interior space with a second row of seats, hence reducing storage capacity.

The John Cooper Works provides a super still ride and the vehicle feels very stable at all situations. It can be used to drive fast on the lane and is perfect for cornering and parking within the city perimeter.


The fuel efficiency of the engine is super and the Co2 emission is also low hence increasing the demand of the vehicle among the urban crowd. The MINI is a style statement and the John Cooper Works provide style along with performance and the car is extremely light weight hence adding to its advantage.

The accuracy of the electric steering of the vehicle helps maintain stability at constant speeds and the rapid progress of the vehicle makes it fun to drive under all circumstances. The engine produces a nice sounding deep bass from the engine and every time the engine is revved it makes its presence felt.

The engine is quite responsive and smooth and the huge refinement reduces turbo lag and hence the vehicle is devoid of excess wheel spin. The vehicle converts total power from its engine to the axle and this improvement in the drive train calls for an up gradation in the brakes and suspension and this prayer has also been answered.

The John Cooper Works super mini has high traction and the electronic control on the vehicle provides driving assistance to make the ride safe and help the driver control all forms of tarmac.

The aerodynamic and small design on the vehicle helps it to increase acceleration and top speed by a considerable margin and riding this vehicle on the high road could be a thing of concern for many.

The engine displaces 181 BHP and returns 47.1 mpg, hence making the John Cooper Works one of the most fuel efficient and environment friendly vehicle on the planet. The vehicle offers better traction control, performance and good looks for a huge 2000 Pounds less than the current Mini and hence the John Cooper Works should be the vehicle of choice at the moment.

The only thing to worry about, is the John Cooper Work's low top speed of 147 mph. This could pose a serious problem to people who have to travel long distances daily and mostly on freeways as the car gives up on its engine when the pedal is made to touch the ground.

However, if you are looking for an easy to maintain, performance centric vehicle that offers good looks and comfort, the John Cooper Works is the perfect vehicle for you. Maximum torque formation of the engine is in a range of 1,850 – 5,600 RPM and the peak RPM is achieved close to the 3,000 RPM range.
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