2004 Mini Cooper S
Tidy supercharged Cooper S in silver with black roof, leather interior and 6-spd manual 'box - lots of economic fun
Supplied new in January 2004 by Lister Park Ltd of Bradford this cool little R53 series Mini comes to us in exciting Cooper S guise featuring the pokey supercharged 1.6 litre Tritec four-cylinder delivering 168Bhp to the front wheels via 6-speed manual Getrag transmission offering 0-62mph in just 7.2 seconds – quite the hot hatch at launch in 2001.
Finished in silver with contrasting black roof, sills, arch lips, bonnet scoop edge and wing mirrors the car rides on its original 8-spoke 17inch alloy wheels reminiscent of the Classic Mini ‘MiniLite’ alloy wheel.
Inside, we find half black leather/cloth interior with silver dash trim and the usual array of retro toggle switches and large gauges. The spec includes air con, front fog lights, traction control, after-market Tevion radio/CD player with remote, electric windows and mirrors.
The history file includes the V5C showing 7-former keepers to our lady owner, the owner’s pack and service book revealing 7 stamps, the last at 77,246 miles by Glanmule Garage of Newtown in January 2021 plus additional Mini service voucher book showing 2 further stamps in 2004 and 2007.
In addition, to further support the 77,435 miles recorded we find a selection of invoices including for its most recent service and others for routine service and parts purchase (inc. replacement key) along with 4 old MOTs plus the current valid until October 2022 recording 8 minor advisories (check online at check-mot.history.gov.uk and enter the reg).
A tidy example offering economic performance in a neat and stylish package.
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Reg No: RL53YWL
Chassis Number: WMWRE32030TC81362
Engine Number: D065R253
Engine Size: 1598
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 7 stamps + 1 further booklet with 2 stamps; invoices; 4 old MOTs; current MOT October 2022 with 8 advisories
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