The new Mini Cooper is based on the parent company - BMW’s new UKL platform, and Mini was the first vehicle to implement it. Speaking of the Cooper S, it comes with Mini Driving modes as standard, featuring Sport, Green and MID mode. It is set in MID mode as you turn it on, but the moment you flick the lever below the gear lever and plonk it in Sports mode the throttle response alters and the steering decreases its assistance for more driver involvement. The suspension setup in the New Mini offers struts at front and multi-link at rear suspension that inherently makes it more comfortable to drive. It also offers optional Dynamic Damper control as an option. On this first drive, Mini India created a zippy and slalom track on the airfield of Aamby Valley. And the Cooper S was exhilarating to drive, looking at the amount you pay this is seriously a fun hot hatch. The suspensions are firmly sprung in the Mini Cooper S while they are bit on the softer side in the Cooper D variant. All-in-all it is a great fun to drive car and will not disappoint you if you go on to buy it.
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