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Mini (Mk VII)
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Mini (Mk VII). 1992–2000 (prod. 42,875 Cooper, 17,830 Sprite, 1,650 Rover Sports Pack). 2-door saloon. F/F, 1275 cm³ (I4 OHV). Fuel-injected Mini Sprite (to 1996), and Cooper, swan song for Issigonis shape. Many limited editions, including Italian Job special in 1992 with twin spot headlamps and Minilite-style wheels, in red, white and blue only. Thirty-fifth anniversary model in 1994, as well as Monte Carlo Rally commemorative model with Monte Carlo decals and twin spot lamps. Cooper S in 1995, uprated engine. Cooper 35 in 1996. Fortieth anniversary model and S Works (90 bhp) 1999. Classic Mini Seven in 2000 as last non-Cooper Mini in original shape. Last Mini off the lines on October 4, 2000.

Manufacturing location: Longbridge, England

Marque: Mini | Predecessor: Mini (Mk VI) | Successor: Mini (R50, R52, R53)


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