210bhp John Cooper Works Kit For MINI Cooper S | Part Two

Mike Cooper, Managing Director of John Cooper Works commented:

"Whilst it equates to only a small increase on paper, it feels like a considerably bigger hike. With the improved feel, throttle response and sound quality, we’re delighted with the results and can’t wait to pass the benefits onto our customers."

Great news for existing Works Kit owners is that they need not buy an entirely new kit to realise the new levels of performance, but can have an upgrade fitted (new air filter intake system, injectors and calibration) at John Cooper Works, or any other official MINI dealer, at a cost of £335 (inc. VAT) + one hour’s labour fitting time. Both the new kit and upgrade are fully approved by MINI which means that vehicle warranty and MINI tlc service pack remain unaffected.

Every component of the John Cooper Works is the result of years of development work and innumerable road tests. The gutsy performance and first-class handling are testament to 150,000 road miles of durability testing and 20,000 miles of high-speed testing undertaken by experienced and exacting engineers. It has been put through its paces in 35-degree heat and a freezing minus 20 degrees.

Technical Data
Power 210bhp (154kW) @ 6950rpm
Max torque 245Nm @ 4500rpm
Top speed 143mph (230km/h)
0-62mph 6.6 seconds
50-75mph 5.4 seconds (4th gear)
  6.7 seconds (5th gear)
CO2 emissions 207g/km
Published 10 September 2004 Melanie Carter

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