- 1.5 Cooper II 3dr
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The iconic ‘go-kart’ feeling of the 3dr has been carried over to the 5dr due to its low centre of gravity and an unyielding chassis. This is especially noticeable on the 1.5-litre engine which gives a responsive and sprightly driving experience. The Pepper Pack gives the mini a host of extra options including the Sports Leather Steering Wheel, 16” Loop Spoke wheels, Interior Lights Pack, and the Mini Excitement Pack. This is on top of the extensive standard options, confirming the reason why the Mini Cooper continues to be a popular choice among drivers. The CO2 emissions sit at 109g/km and the combined fuel consumption of 60.1 mpg make this a popular choice for fleet managers as well. Interior space is surprisingly generous with a 278 litre boot capacity (941 litres with the seats down)
If you are thinking about leasing a Mini Hatchback then we are on hand to help you every step of the way. The Mini is a popular choice for company and private car drivers alike, and with our team of leasing experts we can help you find the right vehicle. If you need to know more about the process of leasing a vehicle, then head over to our Arval Explains section, where we will tell you everything you need to know about leasing and the costs involved.
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There are 4 main trim levels available on the Mini, and we have detailed some of the standout features of each one below
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