The Mini Cooper five-door is a more practical interpretation of Mini's entry-level model. Based on the three-door variant, it adds a pair of rear passenger doors and gets a longer wheelbase for extra rear-seat space. Mini added the Cooper five-door to the range in 2015.
What's New / Key Changes from Last Year
For 2020, the only change to the Mini Cooper five-door is the loss of its six-speed manual transmission.
The now-standard automatic is transmission is a seven-speed dual-clutch unit. In the base Cooper, it's matched with a 1.5L turbo three-cylinder engine, and a 2.0L turbo four-cylinder in the Cooper S.
The base Mini Cooper five-door's exterior is fitted with heated side mirrors and windshield washers, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, a panoramic sunroof, heated front seats, rain-sensing wipers, run-flat tires, and 16-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, there's a six-speaker stereo with a 6.5-inch infotainment touchscreen, Bluetooth, satellite radio, six-way manual front seat adjustments, power windows/door locks/mirrors, air conditioning, tilt-and-telescopic steering, and push-button engine start.
Cooper S adds sport seats.
A Premier package adds passive keyless entry, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
The Premier Plus pack builds on that with LED cornering headlights, LED fog lights, navigation, wireless smartphone charging, and Apple CarPlay.
Among the Cooper five-door's other options are a driver assistance package, a parking assistant, and an upgraded sound system.
Mini's fuel consumption estimates are 8.3/6.4 L/100 km (city/highway) for the base five-door, and 8.9/6.6 in S form.
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