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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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