|Model||Power||0-62 mph||Fuel Consumption||CO2|
|Cooper||122 hp||10.4 (-0.1)||47.9 mpg||137 g/km|
|Cooper D||111 hp||10.9||67.3 mpg||111 g/km|
|Cooper S||190 hp||7.5 (-0.1)||47.1 mpg||139 g/km|
|Cooper SD||143 hp||9.2 sec (-0.1 sec)||62.8 mpg||119 g/km|
|John Cooper Works||218 hp||6.9 sec (- 0.1 sec)||39.8 mpg||165 g/km|
While the standard equipment list is long enough, Mini will also offer a generous range of optional features. It includes Bi-Xenon headlamps with adaptive turning, electrically operated glass sunroof, automatic air conditioning, MINI Navigation System, Harman Kardon hi-fi speaker system, multi function steering wheel with cruise control and more. Last but not the least, the Paceman S is now more powerful yet more efficient. Thanks to Mini enhanced MINIMALISM technology, the new Cooper S Paceman gains 6 hp and now puts out 190 hp. While delivering that extra bit of power, the S Paceman also saves more fuel.