2019 Mini Cooper S JCW updated version revealed for Europe

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2019 Mini Cooper S JCW

To comply with Europe’s latest Euro 6d-TEMP emissions standard, updated version 2019 Mini Cooper S JCW has been revealed. Mini claims that despite new particulate filters, performance of range-topping hatch and convertible remains unaffected. The turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine still offers 228hp and CO2 emission is rated at 158-157 g/km with six-speed manual transmission. With eight-speed automatic transmission, it is 142-140 g/km. Last year, Mini updated range of three and five-door models with the new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. JCW (John Cooper Works) models are the only one to retain eight-speed automatic unit.

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2019 Mini Cooper S JCW when fitted with six-speed manual transmission, it can accelerate from 0-62mph in 6.3 seconds. The convertible version takes an additional 0.3 second. Major changes in the 2019 Mini Cooper S JCW has been made to the powertrain, but there is one thing that is changed on the exterior. The newest addition is the Union Jack taillights and buyers can opt for high-gloss headlights and Mini logo puddle lamp. Standard equipment in 2019 Mini Cooper S JCW comprise of 17 inch JCW alloy wheels, sports suspension, braking system, bucket seats, leather upholstery, and model-specific body kit.

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The discussed particulate filter is integrated into the sports exhaust system that not only meets the stringent emission standard but also offer more dominating sound. Production of 2019 Mini Cooper S JCW will begin from March 2019 and customers will be able to place their order for Mini Cooper S JCW and Convertible from 18th January. Pricing details has not been revealed as of yet. US customers would have to wait little longer to get their hands on it.

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