Mini Cooper impresses in 1,005-mile trek

An "imaginative" interior is one of the stand-out features of the Mini Cooper S, according to a football fan.

Graeme Lennox was joined by three friends as they had the task of manoeuvring two Mini vehicles from the south of France to Glasgow in three days – a 1,005-mile trip.

The aim of the trip was to get home after watching Scotland play football in Amsterdam and Mr Lennox writes in the Sunday Mail that he is "convinced" the vehicle will remain a "market leader".

He stated that the interior in the vehicle "looks great" and is a mixture of "imaginative styling combined with quality materials".

Furthermore, he notes that the Cooper S’s turbocharged 1.6-litre engine "turns heads" as a driver pulls away, with a two-second faster acceleration enjoyed when compared with the vehicle’s standard model.

Overall, Mr Lennox appreciated the car’s "superb handling and finish", while it is also no slouch in the speed department – being able to hit a top speed of 138 miles per hour.

The Mini Cooper S also comes with six airbags, alongside pedestrian-friendly bumpers and side impact protection.


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