2013 MINI COOPER REVIEW What’s Hot: Extremely nimble, superglue-like grip, raw driving thrills What’s Not: Ride is very firm, no back seats, expensive for a hot hatch X-Factor: One of the purest FWD driving experiences you can have, regardless of cost. Show More Summary
2013 MINI JOHN COOPER WORKS GP REVIEW What’s Hot: Super-fast, tough-looking, sounds great. What’s Not: Australia only gets 55 of them, rear seats MIA, no cruise control. X-Factor: Fastest Mini ever. Need we say more? Vehicle Style: Small...Show More Summary
Location, Location, Location Back in February, Mini invited me to come try out its brand-new Paceman coupe-crossover-hatchback thing in Puerto Rico, and not long after, I spit out a Quick Spin detailing my impressions of the little-big two-door. Show More Summary
Undoubtedly, the MINI John Cooper Works GP is a hoot. But is it worth the $39,950 price of entry?
During an event in Ponce, Puerto Rico last week where Mini introduced members of the media to the 2013 Paceman and John Cooper Works GP, product planners discussed that the brand's lineup could expand to eventually include up to 10 bodystyles. Show More Summary
MINI has announced pricing for its 2013 lineup including the John Cooper Works ($32,050), which is $60 more than the 2012 model. All prices include a $700 destination and handling fee, which is unchanged from the 2012 model year. Upon the arrival of the restructured John Cooper Works engine, an automatic transmission with paddle shifters [...]
MINI's Australian arm has secured additional units of its $56,900 John Cooper Works GP hot hatch, boosting the local supply to 55 cars. You'll want to get on the phone now if you intend to snap one up however, with MINI confirming that the "vast majority" have already been pre-sold. Show More Summary
Posted on 12.9.2012 06:00 by Kirby Garlitos Filed under: Mini | race cars | video | hatchback | Mini Cooper | Nurburgring | Cars | Car News Back in July, Mini announced that its John Cooper Works GP clocked in an impressive time of 8:23 at Nürburgring, giving due justice to its designation as the fastest production MINI ever. Show More Summary
If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on a MINI Cooper Paceman, the coupe variant of its Countryman crossover, here’s what you need to know: the Paceman will go on sale on March 16, 2013, priced from $23,900, including the required $700 destination charge. That money buys you the normally-aspirated version of the MINI Cooper...
A new limited-edition Mini model is joining the lineup, and the automaker is calling it the "sportiest road-registered Mini ever made." The 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP is a sport-tuned, race-inspired version of the two-door hatchback. It builds off...
In September MINI announced the John Cooper Works GP. It is the fastest MINI production ever, surpassing the previous GCW GP back in 2006. The John Cooper Works has really grown in sales and scope across the MINI line-up. This year MINI is adding the first all wheel drive JCW Countryman. Like the previous GP [...] Automoblog.net - A Car Blog for Auto Enthusiasts
About three weeks prior to this brief yet balls-to-the-wall drive on the Spanish island of Mallorca, I saw that Mini USA announced pricing for the keenly anticipated Mini John Copper Works GP. And that number would be - a-hem - $39,950...Show More Summary
The 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP is dropping weight and lowering its lap times, but one thing it won't be losing is its flat roof. Like the original JCW GP package, Evo says that despite the fact that sportier Mini Coupes have been caught testing, the new GP will only be offered in the three-door Cooper hatchback body style. Show More Summary
Get your wallets ready, folks. The 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP arrives this fall, and we've now learned that the cost of entry for the potent little hatchback is $39,950, () including $700 for destination. Aside from an adorably tough...Show More Summary
Say hello to the 2014 MINI John Cooper Works GP, the fastest production MINI ever. John Cooper Works has been firmly established across the MINI lineup as the brand’s highest, fastest trim level. BMW refers to it as a sub brand now, and this year the franchise is expanding with a JCW version of the [...] Automoblog.net - A Car Blog for Auto Enthusiasts
MINI revealed the 2013 John Cooper Works GP back in May, but we haven't seen it in in the metal until now. We spent some time at the MINI stand at the Paris Auto Show and let's just say we really like what we see. Why are we already in love with the new MINI JCW GP? Aside from the adjustable race suspension along with chassis and aerodynamic...
For the past six years, members of the Autoblog team have been dreaming of a return of the Mini John Cooper Works GP kit. We fell head-over-heels in love with the two-seat hot hatch when it launched in limited production in 2006, and we're happy to say that our little baby is back. Show More Summary
MINI has unveiled the new John Cooper Works GP, that will make its debut later this month at the Paris Motor Show. The John Cooper Works GP is the sportiest and fastest MINI ever built and only 2,000 units will be built. It won’t be cheap. In UK, the MINI John Cooper Works GP will [...]
Local pricing for the lightweight, track-focused MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP has been announced, with the fastest factory MINI ever built to be priced from $56,900 - $6500 more than a "regular" Cooper Hatch JCW. Based on the MINI Cooper Hatch, only 30 cars out of a global production run of 2000 will head to Australia. Show More Summary
The Mini John Cooper Works GP, Mini’s fastest ever production car, will set owners back $56,900 when the car arrives in Australia in early 2013. Just four days after confirming that the limited edition Mini John Cooper Works GP would … Continue reading ? The post Mini John Cooper Works GP priced at $56,900 appeared first on CarAdvice.