MID-WEEK 180 – Is the new Mini too big ?!

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We've seen to brand-new Minis released in the recently. The brand-new Cooper and the . The all electrical has much more variety and an actually cool new dash. The big concern is though … are they too huge now?


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22 responses to “MID-WEEK 180 – Is the new Mini too big ?!”

  1. Darren Hughes Avatar
    Darren Hughes

    Evening all peddlers. I hope we are all enjoying the weather. Who is going and looking forward to Revival…🙋🏻‍♂️. I am 2 years into my PCP and I’m paying 6.8%. Most now are 12.9 or above in the second hand market. New they are single fingers, yet the car is more, a lot more money so the monthly are very high.

  2. Michael Kember Avatar
    Michael Kember

    Evening all, hope everyone is enjoying the heat, and the busy roads as the kids have gone back to school!!

  3. Jamie Pickles Avatar
    Jamie Pickles

    Another enjoyable MID-WEEK 180 😊

  4. simon tait Avatar
    simon tait

    Agree we have a petrol Cooper but friends electric Mini feels faster than the 7.6 seconds would suggest. In Malta taking in the sights. Friend does finance for vehicles etc 4.99% flat rate currently.

  5. Darth Trotter Avatar
    Darth Trotter

    Should be renamed the Maxi.

    1. Tobias Gustafsson Avatar
      Tobias Gustafsson

      The maximally lazy and old joke to make.

    2. Mr SWR Avatar
      Mr SWR

      Nah let’s go back to rusting away, no safety features, a crumple zone that was your face. I know three people who got hit from the side and the Car flipped two times because a G-Wagon didn’t see them. The Car a F56 MINI Cooper S. The rescue response team couldn’t believe the three walked out of it and the survivor zone created by the car being a collapsing crumple zone with perfect strength to absorb and protect. The Car completely written off but saved the lives inside. That is why the Car is it’s current weight and size to the muppets that can’t work it out. Also growing up with the classic mini’s it’s actually really nice to have a conversation on the motorways in the modern MINI to that of the classic. Would I swap my classic mini experiences absolutely not but time has moved on.

  6. ginggur17 Avatar

    A massive difference compared to the original Mini Countryman, would be a staggering side by side.

  7. Mike Hughes Avatar
    Mike Hughes

    Autobahn- 156mph in 1983, I was 19 and taking my LHD 3.0 911 Turbo to it’s new German owner…. I needed all 3 lanes!

  8. Brian Griffiths Avatar
    Brian Griffiths

    I’ve just watched another EV channel where a Hyundai Ioniq got 7.4 miles per kWh being driven with a light foot in mixed conditions. This kind of efficiency is what manufacturers should be focusing on rather than out and out performance.

  9. Ian Avatar

    New Minis are always too big. That’s how it works.

    Same for all vehicles.

    Can anyone name a new model than actually became SMALLER than the previous?

  10. Justin Dewey Avatar
    Justin Dewey

    They really should have built that Rocketman one, they showed the concept of a few years ago.

  11. Robert Mackenzie Avatar
    Robert Mackenzie

    Mini should rebrand themselves
    As one subscriber has mentioned Maxi

  12. Colton Cleveringa Avatar
    Colton Cleveringa

    The mini country men is definitely one I’d love to have. Hope your haveing a great week with the Tesla Sir Pete

  13. Damindra Gunatillake Avatar
    Damindra Gunatillake

    One answer YES… they are all half series ,not mini!😂

  14. Dickie Mcvitie Avatar
    Dickie Mcvitie

    I’m certainly not paying under 3% on the finance for my vRS, but it’s a great car so sod it, lol!! Can’t wait for the Friday film.. I do love a Mustang!!

  15. Chris Clokey Avatar
    Chris Clokey

    Currently paying 6.8% on my Porsche which I purchased back in April 2021 from a Porsche dealership, I have been looking around to change over the past few weeks. But with their interest rates approaching 11% they are unlikely to get my business any time soon, looks like I will be holding on to my current car for a while yet.

  16. Barry PURKIS Avatar
    Barry PURKIS

    I’m waiting for the ‘Mini’ One Ton Pickup, and the ‘Mini’ Luton Box Van.

  17. John Brown Avatar
    John Brown

    I am not a fan of the new Mini design yet but it might grow on me but then again there are not many cars I have owned that I like the newer versions of. I bought my Honda just as rates were changing and although I cant remember the rate I am on but it is lower than the !0% that ford were quoting for a Fiesta St that was costing an extra £100 a month on a similarly priced car to the Honda. Looking forward to the review of the Mustang it looks the part & I do like the colour.

  18. Tom Marrison Avatar
    Tom Marrison

    I sincerely hope the reason for not being at the new Mini launch/ first look was due to your busy schedule, and not down to lack of invite! Shortsighted on Mini’s part in my view (if it was the latter).

  19. 74chrisd Avatar

    Nice to meet you in person today. As discussed. Paying 2% pcp atm. 12 months left. Quoted 9% to replace. Likely to step away from pcp unless it changes.

  20. T Thomas Avatar
    T Thomas

    They are not Minis any more, they are Maxis XD (bet BMW didn’t buy the rights to that name though!)

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