MINI John Cooper Works 1.6 Review: Don't call me "baby"

MINI John Cooper Works 1.6 Review: Don't call me "baby"

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
07 Oct 2008

And it all comes down at a price. The MINI John Cooper Works leaves the showroom for $159,000. That’s a stonking $30k more than the Cooper S and, while not exactly a bargain, it beats other turbocharged hot-hatches (read: Renault Megane R26 and Volkswagen Golf GTI) in the performance department.

But then again for $149,800, you can get the BMW 130i. Something to ponder about? You decide.

So unless you have a deep pocket and am seeking a fun car to drive around in during the weekend, MINI’s John Cooper Works should be the best answer.

Mere mortals like me can only fantasize.

Credits: Story & pictures by Azfar Hashim

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