MINI will re-introduce its Ray value-leader, taking the place of the MINI One currently available in showrooms.
The MINI Ray will be offered in both three- and five-door body styles, with a choice of six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission.
The Ray range will come powered by the same 1.2 litre turbocharged three-cylinder engine as the MINI One, producing 75kW of power and 180Nm of torque, fuel consumption is rated at 4.9 l/100km for the manual and 6.0 l/100km for the automatic.
Exterior finishes are limited to Pepper White or Midnight Black complimented by clear indicator lenses, plus specific mirror covers, bonnet stripes, side scuttles and Ray badging.
A selection of MINI Ray Accessories colours can also be added at no extra cost, with a choice of pink, yellow or green trims designed to complement the primary exterior colour.
Specifications stays the same as the outgoing One range with 15-inch wheels, hands-free Bluetooth with USB audio interface, heated and electrically-operated exterior mirrors, six airbags and rear park distance control all standard.
Safety equipment includes traction control and stability control, electronic brake force distribution and anti-lock braking with brake assist and cornering brake control all fitted as standard.
MINI has introduced driveaway pricing for the Ray range.
Ray 3-door manual - $29,000
Ray 3-door automatic - $31,500
Ray 5-door manual - $30,500
Ray 5-door automatic - $33,000
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