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CAR magazine • 11 April 2017

The Countryman JCW starts at a pricey £30,675, but direct competitors are currently few and far between. This Countryman drives generally well, the sharp steering and ALL4 all-wheel drive allowing you to attack corners and carry considerable speed. However, you’re always aware of its bulk and it doesn’t feel considerably faster on the road than the already-quick Cooper S version. Whether you think it’s worth more than £4000 extra will depend upon how much value you place on the sharpened handling, and the implied racing heritage of that John Cooper Works badge.

Automobil • 8 February 2017

Smörig turboladdning, styvt väggrepp och barsk i tonen - det mesta är helrätt i starkaste Mini-modellen hittills....

Auto Express • 24 June 2016

Hardcore MINI JCW Challenge is great to drive, but it's very expensive

CAR magazine • 4 May 2016

Sitting at the top of the Mini performance tree is the new John Cooper Works, which is a tweaked Cooper S with more grilles than a barbecue shop. The JCW hatchback is a hard-charging, darty little roller skate with a junior racecar-alike soundtrack – and now Mini has introduced a soft-top version to help boost the appeal of the thi...

Auto Express • 29 April 2016

As its hottest convertible yet, the drop-top MINI JCW is great fun, but the stiff ride on UK roads shows up flaws

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