If you want to be fuel efficient, but remain in a stylish vehicle with great performance, there’s few better options than a MINI. Not only are these vehicles lightweight, and utilize modern green technologies, but they’re designed to use their fuel efficiently. Follow along with MINI Edmonton as we go over what fuel efficiency you get from each model and the types of engine technology that helps make these vehicles so efficient.
MINI Model Fuel Economy
No matter the option you choose, you’ll get excellent fuel efficiency out of each variant. The MINI Cooper 3 Door give you 7.5/7.9 (L/100 km) combined fuel consumption while the 5 Door offers 7.4/7.9. These small-size compact vehicles are great for the city and getting where you need to go with good efficiency. For the more adventurous in the Clubman and Countryman, you’ll get 9.1/9.0 and 9.1/9.2 of economy, respectively, for both models. These compacts are made for exploring deeper out of the city and into the wilderness. For those who like to feel the wind in their hair, the MINI Convertible gets 7.4/7.9 efficiency.
MINI Fuel Technology
MINI uses many technologies in their engines to make the most of their power and their low consumption. The Twin Power Turbo engine uses direct fuel injection to offer strong power and limited fuel consumption. It boasts power at low torque, wasting lesse energy and fuel. There’s even a Green Mode that optimizes the throttle and fuel-consumption factors for an eco-friendly drive. Beyond the engines themselves, the entire fleet of MINIs have been built with lightweight materials, so there’s less overall strain on the suspensions and car, allowing the fuel efficiency to improve as well. Across the MINI lineup and individual vehicles, there’s a collection of fuel-saving technologies at work, all to keep you away from the pumps longer.
Take a browse through our entire inventory of MINIs and find the fuel-efficient vehicle for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any outstanding questions you may have on the fuel economy of MINIs!