According to recent surveys, MINI customers seem to favor the five-door model, instead of the three-doo body style version, even if the latter still continues to sell high worldwide.
Perhaps the reason for this appealing version is the fact that the model is adding a few doors into the stretched body, becoming the first MINI five-door style to be homologated.
Anyway, both the MINI three- and the five-door body styles are coming with interesting features at the body and inside, while under the hood, the engines come with a fuel consumption of 5.9 – 3.6l /km, and combined emissions of 136 – 95 g/km.
The MINI five-door body is also equipped with two petrol and two diesel engines, coming with the company`s TwinPower Turbo Technology, developing between 136 horsepower and 170 horsepower in the MINI Cooper SD 5 door model.
The 2015 F55 MINI was first available with a three-door body style, with the first-gen R52 to reinterpret the “MINI outline” for the first model to be launched in 2001.