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More equipment, higher price

WITH an all-new model looming on the horizon, MINI has made some key changes to its current line up and has also raised prices.

The diesel-engined One D gets a 20% power hike to 88bhp and now meets Euro IV emissions requirements. Combined fuel economy stays at 58.9mpg but the price goes up by 4.7% to £12,244 on-the-road.

Prices also rise across the rest of the range by an average of 2%, although all models benefit from greater standard equipment. All MINIs now have a single CD player, stereo upgrade and passenger airbag deactivation.

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