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New price:£21,905 - £36,365Used price:£1,355 - £31,246
New price:£20,040 - £32,380Used price:£621 - £22,904
Used price:£634 - £19,378
New price:£23,305 - £37,630Used price:£3,322 - £28,830
Used price:£3,388 - £11,131
New price:£27,900 - £33,900
New price:£16,055 - £29,950Used price:£409 - £22,499
Used price:£2,922 - £18,800
Used price:£4,132 - £13,380
Used price:£3,582 - £9,523
Most popular MINI reviews
Facelift sharpens edges of the practical but quirky ClubmanNew price: £21,905 - £36,365
- Sharp, engaging handling
- Retro looks with modern build quality
- More practical than ever
- Still not as practical as estate rivals
- JCW model feels heavy
Four-seat drop-top is great funNew price: £20,040 - £32,380
- Eager handling
- Versatile electric roof
- Space for four (just)
- Cheap to run
- Interior quality
- Firm ride
- Wind noise at motorway speed
- Rear visibility restricted
- Small boot
- Rivals are cheaper
MINI has conjured up a fit-for-purpose family crossoverNew price: £23,305 - £37,630
- Fit-for-purpose exterior design
- Good interior quality
- Impressive amount of space
- Intuitive multimedia and connectivity
- Plug-in hybrid available
- Big for a MINI
- Cockpit ergonomics
- Fidgety ride quality
- Expensive optional extras
- Road noise on larger wheels
Fully-charged MINI ideal for urban drivingNew price: £27,900 - £33,900
- Same dimensions and bootspace as petrol car
- Performance close to Cooper S
- Low centre of gravity for agile handling
- Lower range than larger electric cars
- Is a 124-mile EV range enough?
- Steering wheel mounted dials have gone
Stylish hatchback is rewarding to own and driveNew price: £16,055 - £29,950
- All models are great fun to drive
- Lots of tech and a high-quality cabin
- All engines are impressive
- Bags of character inside and out
- Top-spec models on the expensive side
- Optional extras can be pricey
- Boot and rear seat space is cramped
- Ride can be firm on larger wheels
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