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Up next: Mini's electric hot hatch range
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11th Sep 2019
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Up next: Mini's electric hot hatch range

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Joshua Dowling
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11th Sep 2019
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Up next: Mini's electric hot hatch range

MINI 2019
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Joshua Dowling
2019 Mini Clubman JCW, Countryman JCW revealed
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14th May 2019
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2019 Mini Clubman JCW, Countryman JCW revealed

Mini has detailed the updated John Cooper Works versions of its Clubman wagon and Countryman crossover, which both get beefier performance amongst other upgrades. Headlining the changes is what lies under the bonnet – a 225kW/450Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine borrowed from the related BMW X2 M35i, the most powerful engine fitted to a production Mini.
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James Wong
2020 Mini JCW GP spied
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19th Feb 2019
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2020 Mini JCW GP spied

Photographers have snapped the Mini JCW GP on the back of a car carrier in Europe, giving us a closer look at what the German-owned British marque has in store for its new performance flagship. Despite the swirly yellow wrap covering its entire body, we can see some of the design changes coming to the 3 Door Hatch's body, including racier bumpers, widened guards and a massive rear wing.
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James Wong
2019 Mini Clubman JCW spied
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10th Sep 2018
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2019 Mini Clubman JCW spied

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James Wong
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10th Sep 2018
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2019 Mini Clubman JCW spied

MINI Clubman 2018
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James Wong
Mini Hatch: Through the generations
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2nd May 2018
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Mini Hatch: Through the generations

The updated 2018 Mini Hatch is nearly upon us, but how far has it come since the original reborn, 'new' Mini Cooper? Good question! To find out, let's have a look back in time to see how the German-owned British hatch has evolved after nearly two decades on sale. Launched towards the end of 2000 (2002 in Australia), the 'R50' Mini hatchback was the first model launched under the new Mini marque, after the original Mini was discontinued earlier that same year.
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James Wong
Mini Australia's JCW sales double global average
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7th Aug 2017
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Mini Australia's JCW sales double global average

The market penetration for Mini’s John Cooper Works (JCW) performance models in Australia sits at about double the global average — a similar situation to that enjoyed by parent company BMW Australia’s M Division. Mini’s JCW sales are currently running at about 10 per cent of its total in Australia, equal to about 230 units (from a year-to-date brand tally of 2318 units, up 6 per cent). That’s a higher proportion than any market worldwide of a similar, or greater, volume scale.
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Mike Costello