Test it! Mini One D | drive it

Small and agile, fast and sporty is what Minis are built to be. Until now, no-one paid much attention to their fuel consumption, but a new model of the retro compact is now available with a thrifty diesel engine.The Mini One D is powered by a 1.4 liter Common-Rail-turbo diesel borrowed from the Toyota Yaris. With its 90-hp engine, the little car does zero to 100 km/h in 11.5 seconds. Top speed is 182 km/h. Prices for the Mini One D start 18,100 Euros in Germany.

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2012 Mini One D - Autobahn-Test (1080p FULL HD)
A 2012 Mini One D (1.6 D - 90 hp - 230 Nm) with Salt trim and nostalgic UK Stripes on the bonnet. The acceleration is actually better than you would expect from that little Diesel engine. The 6-speed Manual Transmission is easy to shift and sharp while the consumption always moves between 4.5 and 5.5 litre per 100 km. Please Like / Comment / Subscribe !





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With its unmistakeable design and undiluted driving fun, the first example of the classic Mini sparked a revolution in the car market when it entered the fray in 1959. Then, in 2001, the new MINI emerged from the BMW Group stable to lead the premium compact class into the new millennium. And now MINI is poised to set new standards once again when it unveils the latest incarnation of this iconic car on 18 November 2013. The new MINI is one thing above all else: a typical MINI -- in its most concentrated and contemporary form. A car built for individualists, it whisks the legendary forms of the classic Mini from 1959 into the present day and takes to the stage with greater presence and maturity than ever. "The new MINI generation strikes the perfect balance between MINI heritage, future-defining forms and innovations," says Anders Warming, Head of MINI Design.





2007 MINI ONE 1.4 Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/avtomobili001?feature=mhum Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice Our Brand New Mini Cooper with Chilli pack and other extras. I feel it has become important to everyone thinking of a buying a Mini to draw their attention to deficiencies at MINI UK. Our brand new vehicle was delivered with numerous faults to the front, bonnet, grilles and spats which made it look distorted - the dealership should have put these defects in order before delivery - even after two post delivery opportunities they still failed to do so and on top of that they claimed the vehicle was in perfect condition and that we would not get the standard of finish that we were looking for which we pointed out was only the standard shown in the brochures, can be seen on other vehicles in the showroom and generally on the roadways. Mini customer service executives Stacey Owen and Zoe Shamrock have shown blind allegiance to the dealership and failed to be customer focused with a balanced view. However Mini telephone customer service person "Andrew", I believe is in a group with Jamie and John, was extremely helpful and able to look at a balanced situation and suggested that we take the vehicle to another dealership for their appraisal. Then if the alternate dealership agreed with our assessment of the build quality he could look at the matter further. The alternate dealership did agree and undertook some adjustments which were professionally undertaken but also said that if they could have the vehicle for a day they may be able to make further improvements because there were a number of marks that did not line up. A few days later we decided to do book it in with this dealership when it became clear that the original dealership were not going to undertake the modifications and Stacey Owens and Zoe Shamrock were not going to provide any assistance just being obstructive and failing to progress the matter. The vehicle was taken to the alternate dealership and after a day in their care came out looking good, very much meeting most of our expectations of what we had ordered in a brand new mini. This dealer also pointed out something that we had not seen, that the vehicle had a badly fitted rear offside window and arrangements were made for that that to be rectified and this has now been undertaken. Whilst the problems with this vehicle stem from a poor build and inspection quality in the factory, clearly very crappy. These problems are, I assume, of a temporary nature due to them being teething problems with the new front detail. What is totally unacceptable is the dealership and its response to the facts, that they failed to observe the problems, failed to rectify them and tried to argue that the poor workmanship was standard and satisfactory. I understand from the conversation with "Andrew" that the problems should have been taken in hand and resolved by the Mini sales manager but for some reason the service manager deemed himself as the person for this role. This service manager has failed in his duty of care in that his conduct been argumentative and disrespectful to the customer far from the customer service standards that should be experienced at a BMW/Mini dealership and unlike what we have seen at the alternate dealership and that he has failed to be capable of seeing the problems (probably should have gone to Specsavers) before and after delivery and failed to satisfactorily resolve the problems. For the sake of future customers at this dealership it seems to me that this manager should be relieved of his duties because of his poor conduct and capability. In addition to this the dealer principal has failed in his duty to ensure customer satisfaction and listened blindly to the ranting of his service manager failing to correctly and independently ascertain the facts of the situation and really should he be looking after a BMW/Mini franchise with his low service level standards. When it comes to the Mini customer service executives it is obvious that Stacey Owen and Zoe Shamrock have talked to the service manager but not to the customer, they have failed, unlike Andrew, to provide a balanced service and would question their suitability to be in post. I do not know what the dealership hopes to achieve with its negative responses, incorrect statements and deceitful comments in the couple of letters that they have they have produced they certainly do not improve their standing in the matter. I have tried here to simplify the situation here, clearly do not let the excitement of a new car overtake you, check the vehicle thoroughly before paying for it but if you make the mistake do not expect service from Zoe Shamrock at Mini UK, if you are unfortunate to be involved with her and definitely beware of buying a vehicle from a poor quality Stratstone dealership.




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