The British based automaker MINI has recently announced the official starting price for the all-new MINI Roadster in the United Kingdom, which has been set at 18, 020 pounds.
The all new MINI Roadster is expected to go on sale in spring next year in the United Kingdom and this will be the sixth variant in the carmaker’s range, along the Hatch, the Convertible, the Clubman, the Countryman and the Coupe. According to the company, the all-new MINI Roadster will be offered in four versions, just like in other markets, and the entry-level Cooper Roadster will have a starting price of 18,020 pounds, while the JCW Roadster top of the line will cost 24,840 euros.
The new MINI Roadster will also be available with a choice of four engines, three petrol and one diesel, with the petrol being found on the Cooper, Cooper S and JCW, producing 120 BHP, 181 BHP and 208 BHP, and the 2.0 liter diesel unit going onto the Cooper SD, developing 141 HP and returning an average of 62.8 mpg. All the engines are mated to a six-speed manual transmission in standard, but a six-speed automatic is also available as an option, except on the JCW, which is only coming with the manual. Standard equipment includes DAB audio system, rear parking sensors, head airbags and stainless-steel roll-over bars.