2015 MINI Coupe John Cooper Works
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2015 MINI Coupe Buyer's Guide
The 2015 Mini Coupe is a two-door, two-passenger sport compact car that was designed to appeal to buyers who want a more intimate experience with their Mini Cooper. It is one of the many Mini models developed by BMW to encourage the brand’s growth and diversity beyond the original hatchback. However, the Mini Coupe, which was introduced in 2011, will be discontinued after the 2015 model year. Sales of the Mini Coupe and and its open-top counterpart, the Mini Roadster, accounted for a disappointing percentage of the brand’s sales during their years on the market. Though the Mini Coupe embodies the Mini Cooper brand’s image and spirit, the two-seater Coupe lacks much of the functionality of the original Mini Cooper hatchback.
What's the difference between trims?2015 MINI Coupe Cooper
- 15-inch wheels
- Leatherette upholstery
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Automatic climate control
- 16-inch wheels
- Sport seats
- Unique exterior styling
- 17-inch wheels
- Brembo brakes
- Sport suspension system
- Aerodynamic body kit
What makes it move?
Like other Minis, the Mini Coupe follows a basic trim structure: Cooper, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works (JCW). The entry-level Cooper has a 1.6-liter inline-four engine producing 121 horsepower and 118 lb-ft of torque. The Cooper S turbocharges that four-cylinder for 188 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque, while the JCW is turbocharged and tuned, boosting horsepower to 208 and torque to 192. Power goes to the front wheels through a six-speed manual or optional six-speed automatic transmission (which is not available on the JCW).
Why buy the 2015 MINI Coupe?
The 2015 Mini Coupe stands out from both the sport compact crowd and from its own Mini family. Buyers who appreciate the Mini Cooper’s aesthetics and driving experience, but can live without the convenience of four-passenger capacity or extra space for cargo, might enjoy the Mini Coupe’s athletic and unique profile, distinguished by a speed-sensitive automatic rear spoiler. The 2015 Mini Coupe should also be cross-shopped against other entry-level roadsters on the market, because it offers a range of drivetrains and trim levels as well as plenty of stand-alone features, allowing the Mini Coupe to be customized to suit almost any budget and style. However, even the base version of the Mini Coupe offers plenty of power and finely-tuned controls for a totally driver-oriented experience.