Michael SimariCar and Driver
The 2020 Mini Cooper SE replaces Mini’s internal-combustion power with the 181-hp electric motor from the BMW i3s. With about 32.6 kWh of battery capacity, EPA-rated range is only 110 miles. But with strong performance—zero to 60 in 6.1 seconds—and a $30,750 base price, the Cooper SE makes a good case for drivers who don’t need interstate range.
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