The Beatles, Madonna, Goldie Hawn, Steve McQueen, Clint Eastwood, Mick Jagger, and David Bowie. That's just a small list of celebrities who have owned a Mini, and they are very cool people. Heck, even Enzo Ferrari had one. In the ’60s and ’70s, if you were famous and didn’t own a Mini, you probably weren’t considered, well, famous enough...
A three-door Mini in either Cooper or Cooper S specification is, for mine, the one you should be buying. Here we tested the limited-edition 60 Years model in traditional British Racing Green.
With just 15 examples set for Australia, the Kensington Edition is very exclusive. Is it very good, though?
The 2019 Mini Cooper manual may not have many bells and whistles, but it has plenty of pureness.
The super-exclusive Mini Millbrook special is limited to just 20 units nationally. Are the racy looks worth $7K more than the standard JCW?
Brand mismatches are the new normal. Mini makes cars that aren’t small, in the same way Porsche makes models that aren't dedicated sports cars. Does that make them any less valid? In the case of the Mini Cooper S Countryman, not one little bit.
James Wong finds out whether the diesel-powered Countryman is the one to buy.
Small, expensive and overflowing with character – the Mini Clubman S stands out. Thankfully, its quirks are endearing.
The third-gen (New) Mini goes a bit Rule, Britannia for its first major update. We drive the five-door Cooper S to find out whether that’s a good thing... or will buyers need to adopt a stiff upper lip?
A plug-in hybrid Mini is destined for Australia early next year and the early signs are all positive.
James Wong gets a first drive of the updated Mini Hatch and Convertible on Australian roads.