MINI has introduced the brand new One Hatch in Australia where the model in question has been priced from 24,500 AUD for the base entry-level version.
The cheapest ever car sold by MINI in Australia, under the BMW guidance, is the new MINI One Hatch. The model in question will set you back for at least 24,500 AUD, for the base variant, which is undercutting the MINI Ray sold, on the previous generation, from 25,800 AUD. For the money you will get the 1.2 liter three-cylinder turbocharged engine under the hood, which is rated at 75 kW and 180 Nm of torque, connected to a 6-speed manual transmission.
If you want to ditch the manual and go for the 6-speed automatic, you should pay an extra 2,350 AUD. The average fuel consumption stands at 4.9L / 100 km for the manual and at 5.0L / 100km for the automatic and in the larger 1.5 liter three-cylinder unit, which is good for 100 kW and 200 Nm of torque, the car burns 4.7L / 100km in the manual and 4.9L / 100km in the automatic. The diesel MINI Cooper D can be yours from 31,800 AUD and the top of the line MINI Cooper S can be ordered from 36,950 AUD.