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The Cooper evolution

Whether you were born 20 years ago or 40 years ago, you’ll recognise the MINI Cooper, one of the most iconic cars in automotive history.

A lot has changed in the world over those years, and the look, feel and performance of the cars on our roads have kept up with that change. But one thing has remained intact. The charm of a MINI Cooper.

The MINI changed the way manufacturers thought about cars. It was a small car, yet spacious. It was fun to drive, yet affordable. Celebrities loved them – John Lennon and Elton John drove the same car that the average man and woman could afford to buy.

After the classic MINI came the MINI Cooper – and that proved just as popular. It shared some traits of its classic predecessor, and still oozed charm.

The MINI Cooper was bigger, but it was still supremely agile and perfect for round-town driving. Its design meant it more spacious than ever for the driver and the passengers.

And still the MINI has continued to evolve – and still it has retained a charm all of its own. A five-door model has been added to the fleet, making it even more practical – and suddenly it has become a favourite with young families, too.

For deals on the new MINI Cooper three-door click the following link https://www.coopermini.co.uk/cars/mini-range/mini-3-door-hatch/
If you are looking for deals on the five-door Cooper model, click here… https://www.coopermini.co.uk/cars/mini-range/mini-5-door-hatch/
For used MINI’s please follow the link below https://www.coopermini.co.uk/cars/search-our-stock/