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MINI Classic
Morris/Austin/Rover
aka Type aka here, not up there
Production 1959–2000
Class city car
Body Style 2-door saloon
2-door estate
2-door van
2-door truck
Length length - type here
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine engine
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Sir Alec Issigonis

One of the most iconic cars in history, famed for it's praticality, cheeky charecter and appearences in many films at TV series. The Mini was a cheap, affordable car but was also pratical and very desirable then and now.

See Autopedia's comprehensive MINI Classic Review.

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Unique AttributesEdit

The Mini Classic was the first front wheel drive car to feature a transversely-mounted engine.

InteriorEdit

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Design quirks and odditiesEdit

Motoring experts have believed that the Mini would go around corners but it was proved wrong.

In Popular CultureEdit

  • The Mini is well known in the british sitcom Mr Bean where he owns a lime green Mini with a black bonnet and a padlock in the driver's door. According to the Mr Bean website, he loved lime green cars after seeing one at the age of 7 and as a teenager, he bought the lime green Mini at £57 (without the engine included in value).
  • In the film Mr Bean's Holiday, movie star Sabrine owned a similar Mini owned by Mr Bean.
  • The Mini was the star of the 1969 film The Italian Job.
  • In the TV series Heartbeat a mini van is often used as one of the police vehicles, as well as Phil Bellamy owning one himself.

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See AlsoEdit

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MINI

The BMW Group


BMW | Rolls-Royce | MINI


Current: Cooper · Cooper S · Cooper D · Clubman · Countryman · Coupé

Historic: Cooper Classic

Concept: E EV · ACV30 Concept · Traveller Clubman Concept · Crossover Concept · Clubman Airstream Trailer Concept · Coupé Concept · Roadster Concept · Beachcomber Concept · Paceman Concept

Racing: Countryman WRC · ALL4 Racing Countryman


Frank Stephenson · British Leyland Motor Corporation · Rover Group


Sir Alec Issigonis Corporate website A Subsidiary of the BMW Group


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Austin-Healey models: 100 | 3000 | Sprite
British Leyland models: Princess | P76 (Australia only)
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Vanden Plas models: Princess | 3-Litre | 1100/1300
Wolseley models: 4/44 | 6/90 | 15/50 | 1500 | 16/60 | 6/99 | 6/110 | Hornet | 1100/1300 | 18/85
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