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British car company called MINI continues to grow. One way is to launch their latest generation. And now, MINI has launched the new 2013 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works. The sepesial of this edition is that the vehicle will be equipped with the most powerful engine in the range of MINI models. This car will be built at the BMW Group's corporate partners Fahrzeugtechnik Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.

The new 2013 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works comes with very compact dimensions. It has 4133 millimeters long, 1789 millimeters wide and 1549-millimeter-high. With this dimension, generation of MINI Cooper will be so adept at urban crossing without reducing comfort to the interior. Family ties are also emphasized by the styling cues such as contour characteristic radiator grille, large headlights set into the bonnet, bold wheel arches and vertical rear light clusters. Contrasting paint finish for the roof and exterior mirrors can be ordered in red exclusive.

This car's interior features four seats sit. The rear seats can slide forward and back in a 60: 40 split. rear cargo space has a total capacity of 1170 liters.

2013 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works powered by 1.6-liter turbocharged engine. This engine develops a maximum output of 160 kW/218 hp at 6,000 rpm. Peak torque of 280 Newton meters (207 lb-ft) is on tap between 1900 and 5000 rpm. This car only needs 7.0 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) and reaching top speed at 225 km / h (140 mph). Fuel consumption is an average of the records in the EU test cycle of 7.4 liters per 100 km / 38.2 mpg imp (automatic: 7.9 l / 35.8 mpg imp) and CO2 emissions of 172 (184) grams per kilometer.