MINI Cooper S specs, dimensions, facts & figures

Engine & Performance

  • Engine

    • Engine Specification

      • Power 125 kW
      • Horsepower 170 hp
      • Horsepower 168 bhp
      • Rev. at Max Power 6000
      • Torque 220
      • Torque 162
      • Rev. at Max Torque 4000
      • Redline 7000 rpm
    • Configuration Combustion

      • Internal Combustion Engine
        • Displacement 1.6 l
        • Displacement 1598 cc
        • Cylinders 4 Cyl.
        • Valves per Cylinder 4 V per Cyl.
        • Bore 77 mm
        • Stroke 85.8 mm
        • Compression Ratio 8.3 :1
        • Engine Configuration Inline
        • Supercharger
        • Turbocharger
        • Synchronization Timing Chain
        • Engine Placement Front
        • Type of Combustion Engine Piston
        • Fuel System Fuel Injection
        • Camshaft Type OHC
    • Service Intervals

      • Brake Fluid 2 years
      • Oil Change & Engine Filter 15000 km
      • Oil Change & Engine Filter 1 years
      • Engine Coolant 4 years
  • Transmission & Drivetrain

    • Drivetrain Two Wheel Drive
      • Type of Two Wheel Drive FWD
    • Transmission Manual
    • Number of Gears 6
    • Gear Ratio
      • 1st Gear 4.45 :1
      • 2nd Gear 2.71 :1
      • 3rd Gear 1.97 :1
      • 4th Gear 1.61 :1
      • 5th Gear 1.33 :1
      • 6th Gear 1.09 :1
      • Final Drive 2.87 :1
      • Reverse 4.16 :1
  • Fuel

  • Brakes

    • Parking Brake Manual
      • Lever
      • Material Plastic
    • Front Brakes Disc Brakes
      • Diameter 276 mm
      • Width 259 mm
      • Cooling Ventilated
    • Rear Brakes Disc Brakes
  • Suspensions

    • Spring, Front Coil
    • Suspension, Front Independent
    • Suspension, Rear Independent
      • Multi-link
  • Performance

    • Top Speed 215 – 222 km/h
    • Acceleration, 0-100 km/h 7.2 – 7.4 sec
    • Top Speed 133 – 138 mph
    • Acceleration, 0-60 mph 6.8 – 7.2 sec
    • Quarter Mile 15.8 sec
    • Drag Coefficient 0.36 – 0.37

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Used Mini Cooper S (Mk1, R52/R53 2001-2008; Mk2 R56/R57 2007-2013)

The first of the ‘BMW’ Minis was launched in 2001, with the Cooper S (R53) hatch being added to the line-up in 2002 as the range-topping model. It used a supercharged 1.6-litre four-cylinder which was good for 168bhp. With a six-speed manual and multi-link rear suspension it was a hoot to drive and firmly established the model as a very desirable hot hatch. A convertible was made from 2004 to 2008, but the extra weight and a less solid body meant it wasn’t as involving as the hatch.

The second-generation Mini Cooper S was launched in 2007, with the previous model’s fizzy supercharged 1.6 ditched in favour of a turbocharged unit with 181bhp. The styling wasn’t quite as convincing as that of the earlier car, with the Mini having gained a little bit of middle-aged spread. Hydraulic power steering was ditched in favour of an electric set-up and overall it wasn’t quite as focussed a machine as the original Cooper S.

Compare Variants of Mini Cooper

  • Petrol

Cooper SCurrently Viewing Rs. 29,90,000*13.6 kmpl Automatic Cooper HatchCurrently Viewing Rs. 26,60,000*15.6 kmpl Automatic Cooper S Carbon EditionCurrently Viewing Rs. 39,90,000*13.6 kmpl Automatic

Cooper Variants

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The Mini’s interior is charmingly quirky, but at the cost of user-friendliness. Rear-seat passenger space is tight, but front-seat occupants will find little reason to complain. The Convertible model’s power top will fold in 18 seconds to unlock the joy of unlimited headroom. Too bad its trunk is tiny. Hardtop models offer more practicality inside their hatchback bodies—but still not a lot given the car’s small size. The Hardtop model’s trunk is quite small, offering room for just three carry-on suitcases in our testing. But drop the rear seats, and there’s room for 12 carry-ons. The five-door Hardtop offers more space for cargo with the rear seats folded, but the Convertible offers less. A leather-wrapped steering wheel and heated front seats come standard on the Mini Cooper, and a leather interior is optional.

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How is the Mini Cooper on tech?

2022 Mini Cooper S Interior Iconic Trim | Mini
2022 Mini Cooper S Interior Iconic Trim | Mini

All 2022 Minis get an 8.8-inch digital display mounted front and center. The all-new user experience has a modernized look and feel. It also comes with two available color schemes: Lounge and Sport. This is a big upgrade from the previous generation interface. All in all, it’s a nice system to use. 

Although Mini has optional adaptive cruise control, backup camera, and other tech features, you can still have a very analog experience in one if you care to. 

The Mini still comes with a six-speed manual as standard! Yes, you read that right. Mini being the racing company they are at heart, still gives enthusiasts the three-pedal car they want. The dash even still has toggle switches to add to the racer experience. 

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The Mini Cooper comes with standard automated emergency braking and offers adaptive cruise control and park assist as options. For more information about the Cooper’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-departure warning
  • Available adaptive cruise control

Features and Options

Infotainment HD Radio Standard Bluetooth Connection Standard Hard Disk Drive Media Storage Not Available Premium Sound System Optional Satellite Radio Standard Smart Device Integration Standard WiFi Hotspot Not Available Auxiliary Audio Input Standard Entertainment System Not Available MP3 Player Standard Interior Trim Bucket Seats Not Available Cloth Seats Optional Leather Seats Optional Leather Steering Wheel Standard Premium Synthetic Seats Standard Vinyl Seats Not Available Woodgrain Interior Trim Not Available Sun/Moonroof Not Available

Comfort Head-Up Display Optional Navigation System Optional Steering Wheel Audio Controls Standard Power Liftgate Not Available Power Mirror(s) Standard A/C Standard Adaptive Cruise Control Optional Automatic Parking Optional Climate Control Not Available Cooled Front Seat(s) Not Available Cooled Rear Seat(s) Not Available Cruise Control Standard Hands-Free Liftgate Not Available Heated Front Seat(s) Optional Heated Rear Seat(s) Not Available Heated Steering Wheel Optional Keyless Entry Standard Multi-Zone A/C Not Available Power Driver Seat Not Available Power Passenger Seat Not Available Remote Engine Start Not Available Remote Trunk Release Not Available Seat Memory Not Available Universal Garage Door Opener Optional Seat-Massage Not Available Rear A/C Not Available Keyless Start Standard Navigation from Telematics Not Available Telematics Standard

Safety

Safety Features Back-Up Camera Standard Cross-Traffic Alert Not Available Rear Parking Aid Standard Blind Spot Monitor Not Available Lane Departure Warning Standard Lane Keeping Assist Not Available ABS Standard Night Vision Not Available Tire Pressure Monitor Standard Brake Assist Standard Stability Control Standard Traction Control Standard

US NHTSA Crash Test Result Overall Rating Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Side Crash Rating Rollover Rating Airbags Driver Air Bag Standard Front Head Air Bag Standard Front Side Air Bag Standard Knee Air Bag Standard Passenger Air Bag Standard Rear Head Air Bag Standard Rear Side Air Bag Not Available Seatbelt Air Bag Not Available

Are Mini Coopers expensive to maintain?

As much as I love driving the 2022 Mini Cooper S, I hate how expensive parts and repairs are. Minis aren’t known for their reliability either. The average cost of maintenance per year for a Mini Cooper is $846. For reference, the average cost for maintenance for subcompact cars across the board is only $456, according to RepairPal

If we are going to call the Mini Cooper a sports car, which we are, then this aligns nicely with what we know of sports cars. No one cares how much it costs to repair a Ferrari, do they? Of course not! It’s a Ferrari. Sports cars are supposed to be expensive; the Mini Cooper just makes you pay for it over the long run instead of at the dealership. 

Fortunately, you won’t need to worry too much about repairing the 2022 Mini Cooper S in the first few years because it’s also backed by the brand’s 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty. 

Key Features of Mini Cooper S

Multi-function Steering WheelYes
Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View MirrorYes
Automatic Climate ControlYes
Anti Lock Braking SystemYes
Alloy WheelsYes
Fog Lights – FrontYes
Fog Lights – RearYes
Power Windows RearNo
Power Windows FrontYes
Wheel CoversNo
Passenger AirbagYes
Driver AirbagYes
Power SteeringYes
Air ConditionerYes

Other

  • Identification

    • TecDoc ID 17818
    • VIN Location Engine Compartment, Bulkhead Left Side Casing of Window
        • Left
        • Right
  • Car Classification

    • American Classification Subcompact Car/Economy Car
    • British Classification Supermini
    • Australian Classification Light Car
    • European Segment B-Segment
    • Classification Small Family Car
  • Spare Parts BETA

    • Bulb Types

      • Low Beam D2S (xenon) D2R (xenon) H7
      • Main Beam H7 H9
      • Fog Light, Front H11
      • Fog Light, Rear BA15s
        • P21W
      • Positioning-/Parking Lights, Front W2.1×9.5d
        • W5W
      • Rear/Brake Light BAY15d (P21/5W)
      • Reversing Light BA15s W2.1×9.5d
          • P21W
          • W16W
      • Turn Indicators, Front BAU15s
        • PY21W
      • Turn Indicators, Side W2.1×9.5d
        • W5W
        • WY5W
      • Turn Indicators, Rear BA15s
        • P21W
      • Glove Compartment SV8.5 (C5W)
      • Read Light SV8.5 (C5W)
      • Trunk SV8.5 (C5W)
      • License Plate Light SV8.5 (C5W)

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