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Battle of the Superminis

By Faiming_low on 21 Sep 2015 in Videos

Attached Image If you are in the market for a hot hatch, chances are you would care whether your chosen car is as fast as its rivals in its class.
 
Luckily for would-be owners and owners of the MINI Cooper JCW, Opel's Corsa OPC (which is not offered here) and Renault's Clio RS, MotorSport has the answer to the aforementioned question.
 
With 228bhp and a 2.0-litre displacement (the others have a 1.6-litre engine), the MINI is the strongest on paper and looks like the its going to be the fastest. So will it win this straightforward 0-1000m drag race? Watch and find out.
 


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Pocus Sep 23 2015 12:59 PM

Not very relavant in SG context (also not very fair).

 

The JCW is a 2.0, sure winner. Not sure how OPC vs The Clios afrects me since OPC is not available here.

Pocus Sep 23 2015 01:01 PM

Not very relavant in SG context (also not very fair).

 

The JCW is a 2.0, sure winner. Not sure about OPC vs Clio since OPC is not available here.

 

I remember Opel brought in the last gen OPC, very sleek and rare model. so far only seen one locally.

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