Mini Cooper Accessories article If you’re after a better ride than the Hellcatter, you might want to look elsewhere.
There’s a Hellcat that’s got a bigger battery, an upgraded engine and more performance.
And that’s the Mini Cooper’s Mini Cooper.
But you can’t just buy a Mini Cooper that’s built around the HellCatter Mini Cooper or vice versa.
So which one is best?
That’s the question we’ve asked ourselves.
Which one is better?
We spoke to a few of our favourite Cooper owners to get their thoughts on which Mini Cooper is best for you.
If you want to hear all about their experiences, check out our video below.
Read on to find out which Mini is right for you…
Cooper: The Mini Cooper has been around since the mid-90s, but the company hasn’t released an updated model since 2013.
Its new name has also brought about a slight change in styling and features, as well as adding a new colour option for 2018.
Its lighter and lighter.
We love it, even with the new colours and the added weight.
The Cooper has one of the best engine performance of any Mini Cooper, with an engine that’s capable of doing more than 30km/h (19mph) on a full tank.
The most powerful model is the Cooper S, with a 6.4-litre V8 engine and an output of around 590bhp (326kW).
And you can have it all in a compact body, too.
It also has a great range of accessories for those who want to take on more of the countryside.
You can upgrade the powertrain, including a new petrol engine with new compression and an electric motor, or get a diesel option with the diesel variant.
Cooper S The Cooper S is one of Cooper’s more iconic cars.
The new model features the same big, four-wheel-drive layout as the Cooper, but adds some premium features.
It comes with a new aluminium alloy wheelset, and an aluminium bonnet with a carbon fibre spoiler.
The body is also made from carbon fibre and aluminium.
The petrol and diesel models both come with a three-speed manual transmission.
Cooper Plus The Cooper Plus is a big step up from the previous generation of the Cooper.
It’s still based on the same platform as the previous model, but it has an optional battery option.
It features a wider range of colours and a bigger range of suspension options.
Its also got a big range of infotainment options, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Bluetooth 4.0.
It even comes with Apple Carplay and Android Auto.
You also get access to Apple Pay, Google Maps and Android Pay, and its available in three different colour options.
Cooper XL The Cooper XL is Cooper’s biggest addition to the range, and it’s got the biggest battery.
It has a power output of 675bhp and an EPA-estimated combined range of about 170km (125 miles).
The XL is the car that launched the brand in the US and Europe.
It was also Cooper’s first car to be fitted with a full-LED headlights.
It came with a choice of six colours, with the most popular being black.
You get a big-screen digital infotactment system and an Apple Car Play smartwatch, along with Apple Pay and Google Maps.
Cooper C The Cooper C is Cooper ‘s biggest change to the model range since the original Cooper S. It offers the same range as the original, but has upgraded suspension, electronic stability control, an electric power steering system and more.
It can be fitted without an extra battery.
Cooper X The Cooper X is a car that will definitely get you noticed in the town.
It sports a 6-speed dual clutch transmission, with manual or automatic transmissions available for the first time.
It gets a new carbon fibre body, which is made from aluminium and carbon fibre, and has a new paint scheme.
It goes on sale in 2019, and we reckon its worth checking out for a new look.
Cooper RS The Cooper RS was introduced in 2020, and is now Cooper’s flagship model.
It got a few changes from the Cooper X in the last few years, with carbon fibre wheels, and a new grille design.
It now comes with an optional aluminium alloy body, as standard.
It retains the classic Cooper styling, with new leather seating and new LED headlights.
The car is available with a standard four-speed automatic transmission.
You’re also getting an Apple Watch.
There are also two versions of the RS: one with a 12-volt battery and a 13-volt option, and another with a 16-volt pack.
The RS Plus The RS is the most powerful version of the 2017 model, with more power and torque than the previous.
It still gets the same aluminium body as the RS, with its power output boosted to a whopping 675 bhp (332kW), with