Mini Cooper 5 DOOR

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Things We Like in Cooper 5 DOOR

 Easy to use and more upmarket than before 

 Classic, retro, sporty and stylishly appealing

Efficient power train

 Roomier than before; matured ride quality.

 Strong and torquey mid-range performance

Predictable handling

Things We Dont Like in Cooper 5 DOOR

Most of the equipment is optional extra

Nothing really

 Stiffly sprung suspension makes low speed ride harsh

Needs more power

 Feels a tad nose heavy; understeers while cornering at higher speeds

Mini Cooper 5 DOOR Colors

Cooper 5 DOOR is available in 10 different colors - Blazing Red, Pepper White, British Racing Green, White Silver Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Deep Blue Metallic, Thunder Grey Metallic, Volcanic Orange, Moonwalk Grey and Iced Chocolate Metallic.

  • Blazing Red

  • Pepper White

  • British Racing Green

  • White Silver Metallic

  • Midnight Black Metallic

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Mini Cooper 5 DOOR Videos

Watch latest video reviews of Mini Cooper 5 DOOR to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

Review of Cooper 5 DOOR

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


The Mini Cooper 5 door is a practical version of the original compact three door Mini hatchback. This now allows rear seat passengers in a Mini to have comfortable ingress and egress. As expected, the Cooper 5 door is longer than the 3 door model and and has a longer wheel base as well. The 5 door Mini Cooper is also taller than the smaller model. 
This makes the cabin of the Mini Cooper 5 door more spacious and airy as compared to the 3 door model.

Everything else remains the same though as the 5 door Cooper looks identical to the 3 door car. All the design cues are intact and infact most people won’t tell the two apart unless they look twice. This shows that Mini has worked hard to keep the styling of the 5 door Cooper as close to the traditional design language of the car as possible. The interiors too are identical to that of the three door model with the funky dashboard consisting of the large central oval housing for the infotainment system, air craft style centre console switch gear and a chunky steering wheel. The seats are supportive and comfortable units. 

Like every Cooper, the 5 door model too has fantastic handling traits that makes it a fun to drive machine. The Cooper 5 door is also powered by a potent set of engines that compliment its excellent handling traits. 


The interiors on the new Mini Cooper are top-notch. Not only does the fit and finish feel better than before, but it also maintains to borrow some of the classy bits and pieces of the old car inside. The speedo has moved back behind the steering wheel from the center and the power-widows switches stack is now incorporated in the door rather than lower on the center stack, which is a welcome and convenient change.
While the cabin feels rich and upmarket from before, it has also got roomier in every dimension- be it shoulder room, head-room, under-thigh support or leg room, the new Mini Cooper is any day a more comfortable car than its predecessor.
The rear-seats have also been designed practically keeping the occupant’s comfort in mind. It may not be as comfortable, say as a similarly priced entry-level luxury sedan, but now the rear-bench is wider, has more legroom and can easily sit two medium sized adult in comfort. 
The rear seats can be folded down for additional boot storage. That said, even normally, the boot capacity has been increased considerably. You also get a lot of equipment as standard on the car like Bluetooth connectivity, air-conditioning, sports-seats, etc.

Interiors Details

  • Boot Space

    The MINI Cooper 5-Door has 278-litres of boot space

  • Speedometer

    The analogue speedometer is placed in the centre of the instrument cluster behind the steering wheel

  • Gear Lever

    The Mini Cooper has a leather wrapped gear lever

  • Cup Holders

    Two cup holders have been provided for the front passengers

  • Glovebox

    The Glove-box is spcaious

  • Audio System

    The Cooper gets a multimedia system with navigation and bluetooth connectivity

  • Air Conditioner

    Fully automatic climate control is standard

  • Arm Rests

    Apart from the door-integrated armrests, there is a centre armrest for the front passengers

  • Air Vents

    There are four air-vents for the passengers on the dashboard

  • Seats

    Seats are comfortable and supportive

  • Leg Room

    There is adequate leg room for all passengers

  • Knee Room

    There is adequate knee room for all passengers

  • Shoulder Space

    There is adequate shoulder room for all passengers

  • Head Room

    There is adequate head room for all passengers

  • Steering Wheel

    The Cooper has a chunky steering wheel

  • Power Windows

    There are power windows all around

  • Keyless Entry

    The Mini Cooper comes with keyless entry

  • Driver Information Display

    The Mini Cooper has a driver information display


The Mini looks the part and there’s no denying that. It has this classic, retro styling that roots back to the late 1950s, when the car was first launched. BMW successfully reincarnated the Mini into a separate brand altogether in 2000, and since then it has been doing a commendable job in styling department with the car. All the styling tweaks and changes have been tastefully done thus far, and the new model is no different in that regard.
The front fascia still has the signature rounded profile with round headlamps, hexagonal grille, clamshell bonnet, upright windscreen, floating roof and usual chrome treatment. Move on to the side-profile, and it would be hard for you to differentiate the new model with the previous one. The new Mini Cooper has the exact same silhouette; the side-profile still gives you a cube-ish impression, with a squat down back. The rear also remains more or less unchanged than the previous car.
Mostly all of the development done on the new car is hidden under the skin as it’s substantially longer, wider and a few millimeters higher than the previous car. Nothing you can make out from your naked eyes though. 
On the whole, the Mini Cooper is still a very charming car to look at and no matter how hard anyone would try to resist it, it will draw the eyeballs of one and all on the road. 


    Mileage Running Cost

    The 5 door Cooper D has a claimed efficiency of 25.6 km/l which is really rather good for a luxury car

    Mileage Running Cost

      Comfort Suspension

      The Mini is slightly stiffly sprung for obvious reasons. That said, the ride is not bone-jarring either. It takes all the road-undulations in its stride comfortably without bothering the occupants. 
      The current Cooper has also grown roomier than before. The head-room, leg-room, elbow-room and knee-room have improved significantly, and even the rear bench is more spacious and comfortable than before. Average-sized adults can also seat in comfort over long drives. 

      Comfort and Suspension

        Engine Performance

        The Mini Cooper in India is available with a 1.5 litre, twin-turbocharged, three-cylinder diesel engine. While it may not sound much for a rather big Mini, the performance it delivers is wee-bit more than just adequate. At low-end, the engine is not that eager but there’s hardly a sense of turbo-lag when you are trundling along. The mid-range is where the ‘meat’ of the engine lies, the torque-delivery is very strong and through the gear-shifts the car pulls effortlessly. 
        The engine comes mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox that works flawlessly on the car. 
        As a bonus, no matter how enthusiastically you drive, the engine is more efficient than the older car and you are definitely going to save a little more on your monthly fuel-bills. 

        Engine Performance

          Braking Safety

           Handling is one area where the Mini Cooper completely shines. The Mini Cooper has always been an able handler, but with the current model the company has moved a step-forward. This is thanks to BMW’s new MKL platform on which the current Cooper is based. It employs high-strength aluminium components in the chassis, allowing for added structural rigidity. 

          Up on front the car suspension utilizes MacPherson struts while on the rear a multi-link set-up does the duty. Both the set-ups now employ revised components that result in reduced weight and improved chassis stiffness. In short, all of these enhancements make the driving experience involving and a go-kart like affair. 
          The steering is direct and provides a nice feedback. The car also corners flat-out and does not sway or unsettle unless the driver overcooks. When pushing hard over the limits, the car does understeer slightly but that is nothing of a disappointment, since it’s so balanced and so agile, you can quickly get on the right line again. 
          Braking is also top-notch as you would expect of on any Mini. The brakes have an assuring bite every time you press on the brake pedal. ABS comes as standard. 
          Safety kit includes 6 airbags as standard, while systems like ESP, Traction control always keep tabs on the car’s progress in different terrains and road-conditions. 

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