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2016 Mini Cooper review

Is driving a slow car fast more fun than driving a fast car slow? James jumps in the 2016 Mini Cooper to see if it can support this age-old mantra.

2016 Mini Cooper S Clubman Review: Long-term report three

Our final long-term update on the 2016 Mini Cooper S Clubman. We're going to miss it.

2016 Mini Cooper S Clubman Review: Long-term report two

The first-generation Mini Clubman was a bit too quirky for its own good, but this new version, based on the Mini five-door is way more practical. But is it worthy of the Cooper S badge?

2016 Mini Convertible Review

The 2016 Mini Convertible grows up - in more ways than just its sheer dimensions.

2016 Mini Cooper S Clubman Review: Long-term report one

We've got a Mini Cooper S Clubman as part of our long-term fleet: the aim is to see whether the six-doored small car is liveable and likeable, or just a silly styling stunt.

2015 Mini John Cooper Works: Week with Review

Dave and the CarAdvice Melbourne office share a week with the 2015 Mini John Cooper Works - the most powerful series production Mini yet...

2016 Mini Clubman Review

Mini as a brand has grown substantially from the days of just making cute little hatchbacks in their iconic shapes. But now with the Clubman, the brand is venturing out further than it has ever done before.

2016 Mini Clubman Review

Tim heads to Sweden to drive the world's smallest six-door: the Mini Clubman.

2015 Mini John Cooper Works Review

It’s easy to wonder what the late John Cooper, British motorsport legend and fast Mini originator, might make of the latest 2015 Mini John Cooper Works model to bear his namesake. For one thing, at 170kW, the third-generation JCW of ‘BMW’s Mini’ has as much horsepower as Cooper’s finest race machinery back in the day...

2015 Mini Paceman Cooper S Review

Updated for 2015, the Mini Paceman is as unique as a supercar or maybe even more...

2015 Mini Cooper Hatch five-door review

Adding extra doors to an iconic design can be dangerous. Does Mini's latest venture — a five-door Mini — have the goods to maintain Mini heritage?