Besides calling it by the wrong name in the title, this is another great review of the Cooper D.
>Thought you were looking a bit stunned. While ‘Cooper Diesel’ does sound like a contradiction, we should point out this is an entirely new derv-burning engine. It’s out with the old Toyota-derived unit, in with a BMW-fettled PSA/Ford 1.6.
>This features clever stuff like variable turbine geometry on the turbocharger, second generation high-pressure common-rail diesel technology, and an overboost function. As the Cooper badging suggests, this should in theory serve up a livelier driving experience. The added bonus is seriously impressive fuel economy and very respectable emissions: 64.2mpg combined, and only 118g/km of CO2.
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