MINI Cooper D, One and One D Specifications Released

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Rounding out the launch models of the F56 will be the MINI Cooper D, One and One D. Let’s start with the One, MINI’s value and efficiency leader across both the petrol and diesel ranges.

MINI One

  • 3-cylinder petrol engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology (turbo charging, direct injection, fully variable valve control, variable camshaft control), capacity:1 233 cc,
  • output: 75 kW/102 bhp at 4 250 – 6 000 rpm,
  • max. torque: 180 Nm at 1 400 – 4 000 rpm
  • acceleration (0–100 km/h): 9.9 seconds (automatic: 10.2 seconds),
  • top speed: 195 km/h (195 km/h),
  • average fuel consumption*: 4.6 – 4.7 litres (4.8 – 4.9 litres)/100 kilometres,
  • CO2 emissions: 108 – 109 g/km (112 – 114 g/km).

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Then there’s the MINI One D – the absolute CO2 leader when it comes to the MINI range.

MINI One D

  • 3-cylinder diesel engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology (turbo charging with variable turbine geometry, common rail direct injection), capacity:1496 cc,
  • output: 75 kW/95 bhp at 4 000 rpm,
  • max. torque: 220 Nm at 1 496 rpm
  • acceleration (0–100 km/h):11.0 seconds ,
  • top speed: 190 km/h ,
  • average fuel consumption*: 3.4 – 3.5 litres /100 kilometres,
  • CO2 emissions: 89 – 92 g/km, exhaust emission standard: EU6.

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Then there’s the Cooper D. Is this what we’ll get in the US? Stay tuned to the MF…

MINI Cooper D:

  • 3-cylinder diesel engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology (turbocharger with variable turbine geometry, common rail direct injection), capacity: 1 496 cc,
  • output: 85 kW/116 bhp at 4 000 rpm,
  • max. torque: 270 Nm at 1 750 rpm,
  • acceleration (0–100 km/h): 9.2 seconds (automatic: 9.2 seconds),
  • top speed: 205 km/h (204 km/h),
  • average fuel consumption*: 3.5 – 3.6 litres (3.7 – 3.8 litres)/100 kilometres,
  • CO2 emissions*: 92 – 95 g/km (98 – 99 g/km), exhaust emission standard: EU6.
  • donburnside
    Then there’s the Cooper D. Is this what we’ll get in the US? Stay tuned to the MF…

    I still have my doubts. Also, in this configuration it has lost some horsepower, but makes it for it with almost 200 ft/lb of torque. Probably epic MPG. If wishing made it so, but I don’t think anyone in the states is willing to buy a car that will have a urea tank that would have to be filled at every oil change (if not sooner) and will be, from what I can imagine, a dealer only service.

    Countyman? Maybe. Hardtop? I’m sticking with my nope.

    • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

      I’d wager the F54 Clubman might be a safer bet.

      • donburnside

        That would make more sense as well.

    • glangford

      Urea fill is actually a fairly easy DIY task. There are also some truck stops that will do it from a pump.

    • RKCA1

      I have a 335d and x5d, both with urea tanks. Each will last 15K + miles. I’ve not even had the low urea tank warning come on on either cars. Typically the dealer filled them during the free maintenance period. Also all urea fluid are the same, many of us US diesel owners buy one small urea fill from the dealer, then buy rest from autoparts stores or VW dealer (much much cheaper). This allows us to use the bmw specific filler and get the cheap price for the fluid itself.

      • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

        Agree. Urea costs aren’t an issue. The real issue is the inconsistency with diesel fuel state to state and even region to region. In Chicago BMW diesels are having major issues with the fuel quality to the point that BMW has been buying cars from area dealers coming off of lease.

        • RKCA1

          I’m lucky that I get good diesel where I live. I did take a precautionary approach and now that the car is out of warranty, I will have been replacing the fuel filter at 15-20K miles vs the 30-35K miles as recommended by BMW.

  • glangford

    Yea, bring the D on over! I’ve been saying this for a while now. I got tired of waiting and bought the 328d and traded in my beloved Cooper. I won’t buy another unless it has a D badge.

  • MINIAC

    MINI One D “output: 75 kW/95 bhp” does not compute … 75kW = 101bhp

  • Piper

    I’d love to see the D arrive, but not less one cylinder. Make mine a four-banger of bust. Less is not more unless it were paired with electric as a hybrid. Give a choice I’d opt for the VW GTD w/ its very impressive four-cylinder TDI engine. The car is far superior to the F56 series MINI; is better styled, economical, and durable.

  • Piper

    I’d love to see the D arrive, but not less one cylinder. Make mine a four-banger or bust. Less is not more unless it were paired with electric as a hybrid. Give a choice I’d opt for the VW GTD w/ its very impressive four-cylinder TDI engine. The car is far superior to the F56 series MINI; is better styled, economical, and durable.

  • Piper

    I’d love to see the D arrive, but not less one cylinder. Make mine a four-banger or bust. Less is not more unless it were paired with electric as a hybrid. Given a choice I’d opt for the VW GTD w/ its very impressive four-cylinder TDI engine. The car is far superior to the F56 series MINI; is better styled, economical, and durable.

  • RKCA1

    Wait what? Where is the SD? 105 kW/ 141 hp. That would be my preferred commute car of choice.

    • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

      It’s coming in 2015 most likely.

    • http://www.nathanielsalzman.com/ Nathaniel Salzman

      That’s my curiosity as well. The information we received from MINI didn’t have any SD info in it. However, the information we do have favors the SD as being the diesel powerplant we’re most likely to see here in The States. So any update information on that engine is likely bundled up with a US Diesel announcement, hopefully in the near future.

      • RKCA1

        So maybe it’s a good thing they haven’t announced it? :) I find myself configuring a new cooper S every day. Ideally with my new job and nightmare commute a Cooper SD ~45-48mpg would be super duper fantastic. Perfect size for the crappy and narrow streets and parking garages of SF.

        I guess another year or two with the countryman before I switch isn’t too terrible.

        • Windowman

          I am waiting for the Countryman D to show up too, I drive around SF too. If it doesn’t I will get the VW

  • glangford

    I remember the year EPCOT opened. We went with my parents. We saw a GM car of the future, which was a 3 cylinder turbo diesel. Hopefully Mini brings it over. I’m not holding my breath, we’ve heard it all before. Bringing it in the Cooper form may push other manufacturers to expand their diesel offerings.

    Th 143 HP variant of the N47 in the countryman would be awesome.