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New Mini Cooper 5 Door: price, specs and release date

Say hello to the latest member of the new Mini Cooper family – a more practical five-door hatchback model.

When the new Mini Cooper launched earlier this year, it was rumoured that the five-door version would be killed off. That’s not the case, because… here it is. In fact, it’s even available to order immediately, with first deliveries scheduled for August.

From the side, the new car looks almost identical to the car it replaces. Its dimensions are pretty much the same as well. The five-door’s wheelbase (the distance between the front and rear wheels) is 72mm longer than that of the three-door car, improving practicality and interior space.

2024 Mini Cooper 5 Door rear

Built in Oxford, the new Mini Cooper 5 Door is initially only available with petrol engines. The ‘C’ engine is a 1.5 with 156hp, an eight-second 0-62mph time and a 140mph top speed – so even this one will be quick. Above that, the ‘S’ has a 204hp 2.0-litre engine, and hits 0-62mph in 6.8 seconds on the way to a 150mph top speed.

As with the other Mini models, the 5 Door comes in a choice of three trim levels: Classic, Exclusive and Sport. Classic is offered with five colours, two contrast roof options and two wheel options; Exclusive adds two extra paint shades, including the new Icy Sunshine Blue hue, plus 17-inch alloys and a Nightshade Blue interior.

2024 Mini Cooper 5 Door interior

Our pictures show the Mini Cooper S, although it’s much less obvious than the old model. While there’s still a boot spoiler and small red S badges, the (non-functional) bonnet scoop, the dual exhausts and the sporty body kit have gone. This looks to be in the Exclusive trim; the S in Sport trim will add some of that raciness that Mini enthusiasts love.

Prices start from £24,050 for the Mini Cooper C and £28,450 for the S, both in Classic trim, which is a £700 jump up from the equivalent three-door. Hopping up to Exclusive trim adds £2,200 to the bill, while Sport is £3,500 dearer than Classic, starting at £27,550 and £31,950 for the C and S respectively.

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