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MINI One 3-Door
4 stars - based on 2 reviews
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Car Review - MINI One 1.2 (A)
MINI is back in the Category A market with the new MINI One, albeit with a little lesser equipment and a new downsized powerplant. How well will it fit in?
Mini 3rd Generation  
Just received my car today. (After a super super long wait) Couldn't be any happier when i start bringing my car for some city spin. Even though it is only an entry level mini, the engine still pack a punch.
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Basic MINI with a punchy engine  
This is a small little car that you don't want to mess with. Despite it's 1.2L 3 cylinder engine, the pick up and amount of energy coming out from the little turbo engine is amazing. Styling is cool and a head turner. This is for both interior and exteriors. The ONE is a basic model, with a small display, no sat-nav, no fancy big color display, no reverse camera. Car audio system is great, sync with my iPhone 6 easily on USB and also Bluetooth for phone calls easily. Handling wise, I am not used to the heavy steering wheels even when it is set to the "usual" MINI mode. When it goes into the SPORTS mode aka go-kart feel, I really feel uncomfortable. The seats are hard and uncomfortable with fabric seats. After a half day drive, I literally had backache. Obviously, this is not your family car. The seats at the rear are only suitable for young children or perhaps pets. Like any 2 door cars, it is not that easy to get in and out of the rear cabin, even for my kids who are 1.2M tall. All in all, this is still a nice attractive lifestyle car. Nice to drive around for fun, but not a serious people carrier. Some folks may want this as a second car or maybe for young couples who want some fun before the family swells.
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