- 52,000 Miles
- Year Built: 2015(65)
Here we have the Pinnacle of the Mini line up, 2015 (65) Mini Cooper John Cooper Works JCW, Hatchback, (Chili Pack), Manual, finished in the Stunning Silver White with Black/Red Recaro Sports Seats. First Registered 14th October 2015 (65 Registration), covering 52,000 miles, BMW Pre-registered plus 1 Private Owner from new.
Mini JCW Fitted with BMW’s 2.0l Turbo Petrol Engine (228Bhp) and 6 Speed Manual Gearbox. Meaning 0-60 is completed in a brisk 6.3 Seconds and 153Mph Top Speed, claimed Combined Figure of 42 Mpg.
Huge Cost Optional Extras list including –
- Chili Pack (£2,470) Including –
- 3 Spoke Multi-Function Sport Steering Wheel
- Automatic Air Conditioning
- Floor Mats Velour
- Interior Light Pack
- On Board Computer
- Auto Lights/Wipers
- Sport Button, Drive Modes
- Storage Compartment Package
- Dinamica Leather Recaro Sports Seats (£1,410)
- Media Pack XL (£1,400) Including –
- Large Colour Media Screen
- Satellite Navigation
- Enhanced Bluetooth Connectivity
- Centre Arm Rest
- Leather Steering Wheel
- 18″ JCW Cup Alloys (£740)
- Panoramic Electric Sliding Glass Sunroof (£675)
- Harmon Kardon Hi-Fi (£590)
- Park Distance Control Front and Rear (£590)
- Metallic Silver White Paint (£475)
- Variable Electronic Dampening Control EDC (£240)
- Sun Protection Glass (£220)
- Heated Front Seats (£215)
- Chrome line Interior (£110)
- Mini Excitement Pack (£105)
- Piano Black Interior Trim (£75)
- Cost Options Totalling £9,100!!
Lovely Standard Spec on this example:
- Mini JCW Body Styling with unique Bumpers and Grille
- Sports Suspension
- Performance Braking System
- Twin Centre Exit Exhaust
- Mini Driving Modes
- LED Headlights with Daytime Running Lights
- LED Rear Lights
- Contrast Red Roof
- Red Mirror Caps
- Drivers Digital Display
- Interior Ambient Lighting
- Black Headlining
- Digital Radio (DAB)
- Drivers Display with Trip Computer
- Electric Windows
- Electric Mirrors
- 2 Zone Digital Climate Control with Air Con
- Cruise Control
- Tyre Pressure Control
- Push Button Start
- Remote Central Locking and Alarm
This example has Full Mini Service History, Visiting the same Dealership at 18,509 Miles, 30,187 Miles, last serviced in May 2018 at 38,021 Miles (Major Service with Plugs).
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
MINI’s hottest ever hatch, the John Cooper Works, This is the performance hero in the third-generation Mini range. the front-wheel-drive John Cooper Works is based around the three-door Cooper S, albeit with a reboot of the standard car’s turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine underneath the more aggressively styled front bodywork.
The engine is from BMW’s new 2-litre family, like in the current Cooper S. Previous Minis never went beyond 1.6, so it has a good start. For the JCW its turbo and pistons are special, there’s a larger intercooler, and better water cooling too. The exhaust system is fatter and less restrictive through most of its length. This is no simple chip job.
The engine produces 228bhp at 5200-6000rpm (in a car of just 1205kg) – a 39bhp increase over the latest Cooper S – and 236lb ft torque representing an improvement of 29lb ft. An electronic differential lock is fitted to assist the front axle’s attempts to effectively channel all that power to the road and shuffle torque as it deems necessary. The JCW also has retuned suspension and uprated Brembo brakes compared with the Cooper S, as well as a sports exhaust that emits a potent burble.
The 228bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo is urgent and responsive, ripping through the rev range with such severity it almost makes it difficult to keep up with gear changes. But this is where the appeal of the manual version of the JCW blossoms. The extra layer of interactivity the six-speed box brings makes the whole package feel more alive, more alert and ultimately more rewarding.
The new Mini is in its element through flowing corners, where it feels fairly composed and easily adjustable, and can be propelled through and out of corners with far more poise than previous iterations. One option worth forking out for are the £240 adaptive dampers. Toggle the JCW through to Sport mode and you can feel it tense up – the steering weights up, the dampers become firmer and exhaust note more raucous.