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|Engine Code||Fuel||Engine Size||Models||Years||Average Price Quote|
|W10 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper||2001 - 2016||£ 314|
|W11 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper S||2001 - 2016||£ 691|
|N12 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper||2001 - 2016||£ 905|
|N16 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper , Cooper All4||2001 - 2016||£ 1,295|
|N14 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper S||2001 - 2016||£ 1,932|
|B38 A15 A||Petrol||1.5 litre||Cooper||2001 - 2016||£ 1,942|
|B48 A20 A||Petrol||2.0 litre||Cooper S||2001 - 2016||£ 2,111|
|N18 B16 A||Petrol||1.6 litre||Cooper S , Cooper S All4 , Cooper All4 , Cooper S Jcw||2001 - 2016||£ 2,194|
|B46 A20 A||Petrol||2.0 litre||Cooper S||2001 - 2016||£ 3,179|
|9HZ (DV6TED4)||Diesel||1.6 litre||Cooper D||2005 - 2016||£ 882|
|W16 D16||Diesel||1.6 litre||Cooper D||2005 - 2016||£ 1,354|
|N47 C16 A||Diesel||1.6 litre||Cooper D , Cooper D All4||2005 - 2016||£ 1,496|
|N47 C20 A||Diesel||2.0 litre||Cooper D , Cooper Sd , Cooper D All4 , Cooper Sd All4||2005 - 2016||£ 1,535|
|B37 C15 A||Diesel||1.5 litre||Cooper D||2005 - 2016||£ 1,961|
|B47 C20 A||Diesel||2.0 litre||Cooper Sd||2005 - 2016||£ 2,998|
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Issigonis' was friends with John Cooper who was the owner of the Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula One and rally cars, saw the potential for MINI to expand. Issigonis was initially reluctant to see the MINI as a performance car, but after John Cooper appealed to BMC management, the two men collaborated to create the Mini Cooper, a nimble, economical and inexpensive car. The Austin Mini Cooper and Morris Mini Cooper debuted in 1961.
The original 848 cc engine from the Morris Mini-Minor was given a longer stroke to increase capacity to 997 cc, boosting power from 34 bhp to 55 bhp (25 to 41 kW).The car featured a racing-tuned engine, twin SU carburetors, a closer-ratio gearbox and front disc brakes, uncommon at the time in a small car. One thousand units of this version were commissioned by management, intended for and designed to meet the homologation rules of Group 2 rally racing. The 997 cc engines were replaced by a shorter stroke 998 cc unit in 1964.
A more powerful MINI Cooper, dubbed the "S", was developed in tandem and released in 1963. Featuring a 1071cc engine with a 70.61 mm bore and nitrided steel crankshaft and strengthened bottom end to allow further tuning; and larger servo-assisted disc brakes, 4,030 Cooper S cars were produced and sold until the model was updated in August 1964. Cooper also produced two S models specifically for circuit racing in the under 1000cc and under 1300cc classes respectively, rated at 970cc and a 1275cc, both with the 70.61mm bore. The smaller-engine model was not well received, and only 963 had been built when the model was discontinued in 1965. The 1275cc Cooper S models continued in production until 1971.
The MINI Cooper S earned acclaim with Monte Carlo Rally victories in 1964, 1965 and 1967. MINI’s were initially placed first, second and third in the 1966 rally as well, but were disqualified after a controversial decision by the French judges. The disqualification related to the use of a variable resistance headlamp dimming circuit in place of a dual-filament lamp. It should be noted that the Citroen DS that was eventually awarded first place had illegal white headlamps but escaped disqualification. The driver of the Citroen, Pauli Toivonen, was reluctant to accept the trophy and vowed that he would never race for Citroen again. BMC probably received more publicity from the disqualification than they would have gained from a victory.
The MINI John Cooper Works Challenge is a purpose-built race car, based on the R56 Hardtop and manufactured in the BMW Motorsport factory located in Munich. The BMW Motorsport factory has been responsible for the construction of Formula One and European touring cars for many years.
The R56 Challenge features a 6-speed manual transmission, 17-inch Borbet wheels with Dunlop control slick racing tyres, John Cooper Works aerodynamic kit including front splitter, rear diffuser, and high-downforce, adjustable rear wing, race-specific AP Racing ABS braking system, KW suspension rebound, height- and camber-adjustable coilover suspension, full roll cage, Recaro bucket seat with 6-point safety belt, HANS device, Sparco racing steering wheel, air jack system, and a fully-electronic fire extinguishing system.
The car features a 1.6-litre, twin-scroll turbocharged MINI cooper engine that produces 155 kW (211 PS, 208 hp) at 6000 RPM, along with 261 Nm (193 lbft) of torque. Acceleration from 0-100 km/h (60 mph) is claimed at 6.1 seconds, and braking time from 100-0 km/h is just 3.1 seconds.