Audi A1 vs MINI Cooper - specifications

 Audi A1 1.4 TFSIMINI Cooper 1.6
On the road price"£15,345""£13,980"
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£460/£920£419/£838
Annual fuel cost (12k/20k miles)"£1,203/£2,004""£1,226/£2,043"
Insurance group/quoteTBC17/£***
VED band/costD/£90D/£90
Servicing package (5yrs/50k miles)£250£185
Length/wheelbase"3,954/2,469mm""3,699/2,467mm"
Height/width"1,416/1,740mm""1,407/1,913mm"
Engine"4cyl in-line/1,390cc""4cyl in-line/1,598cc"
Peak power 120/5000 bhp/rpm122/*** bhp/rpm
Peak torque "200/1,500 Nm/rpm""160/4,250 Nm/rpm"
Transmission 6-spd man/fwd6-spd man/fwd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel45 litres/foam40 litres/run-flats
Boot capacity (seats up/down) 270/920 litres160/680 litres
Kerbweight"1,100kg""1,140kg"
Turning circle/drag coefficient10.6 metres/0.33Cd10.7 metres/0.33Cd
Basic warranty/recovery3yrs (60k)/3yrs3yrs (unltd)/3yrs
Service intervals/UK dealersVariable/135Variable/148
Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos12th/18th19th/11th
Euro NCAP: Adult/child/ped./pointsN/A5/3/2/76*
0-60/30-70mph9.0/9.0 secs9.3/9.4 secs
30-50mph in 3rd/4th 4.7/6.6 secs5.8/8.7 secs
50-70mph in 5th/6th 9.2/12.2 secs10.3/14.6 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph "126mph/2,400rpm""126mph/2,800rpm"
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 46.6/30.9/9.7m50.2/36.6/8.8m
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph59/41/57/67dB63/45/64/71dB
Auto Express economy/range53.3mpg/528 miles52.3mpg/460 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 41.5/64.2/53.3mpg40.9/61.4/52.3mpg
Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket122/126g/km/15%125/127g/km/15%
Airbags/Isofix/parking sensorsSix/yes/£300Six/yes/£245
Air-con/leather/heated seats"Yes/£1,200/£250""Yes/£1,120/£215"
Auto gearbox/stability/cruise control"£1,420/yes/£230"£335/£465/no
Met paint/xenon lights/keyless go£500/no/£295"£1,065/yes/£175^"
Sat-nav/aux-in/Bluetooth£855/yes/yes"£1,500/yes/£295"

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