2014 Mini: all you need to know

  • All-new Mini: first details
  • Studio pics, key rivals, plus how to buy an old model
  • First thoughts from our experts

The all-new Mini has been unveiled at the company's factory in Oxford, ahead of the new model's arrival in showrooms in spring 2014.

We've rounded up all the information you need on the new Mini, including details on its more upmarket cabin, our own studio images, plus key rivals that you could consider as an alternative. Our used car experts have also picked out examples of the outgoing Mini, which could prove a sensational buy from as little as £6000.

2014 Mini photos and full info2014 MiniThe new Mini has only just been revealed, but we've already had the car in the studio. Read the full story on the new car's features and specifications, and see our exclusive photos.

New Mini: your questions answered2014 MiniThousands of Mini owners have questions on the new car. We can't possibly hope to respond to them all but here are some of the most important queries answered.

The new Mini's key rivalsAudi A1The 'modern' Mini led the trend of premium, customisable small hatchbacks, but there are plenty of other models for you to consider these days. We've rounded up five of the best

Video: readers' verdicts on the new MiniMini Cooper SThe Mini had been public only a couple of hours before What Car? readers got the chance to have a close look at the new arrival. Watch their verdicts in our exclusive video.

Second-hand Minis from £6000Mini Cooper SThe outgoing Mini is a great used buy, thanks to an excellent after-sales package and the fact that so many have been cherished by their owners. Here are a few examples of what you could get, from as little as £6000.

By John McIlroy

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