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There's no mistaking this British motoring icon. From its swingin' 1960s heyday through to its reinvention under BMW, no one can resist the cheeky charms of the trusty Mini. While cult status is only usually afforded to rare motors, the beauty of the Mini is that everyone can own one.

The brainchild of the British Motoring Corporation, the Mini was born in August 1959, initially issued as the Austin Seven, the Austin Mini and the Morris Mini-Minor. The Mini became a marque in its own right in 1969.

Its design instantly revolutionised the car industry, inspiring a generation of car-makers. The innovation that wowed them was the space-saving transverse engine front-wheel drive layout - for the first time 80% of a car's floorspace could be used for passengers and luggage - so what appeared small from the outside was deceptively spacious and comfortable on the inside.

It became a 60s icon, popping up in cult movies like The Italian Job and the Magical Mystery Tour. Economically designed, affordable for all, stars like Mick Jagger and George Harrison might have owned one, but so could your mum. It was this everyman aesthetic, and the Mini's reliability and practicality that made it a rip-roaring success.

Mini released a range of innovative variations too - including an estate version, pick up truck, Mini van and the Mini Moke - a jeep-like buggy that you'll spot in the cult 60s TV hit The Prisoner. Its sportier versions, the Mini Cooper and Cooper S broke the mould as top rally cars too, winning the Monte Carlo Rally three times between 1964-1967.

Today Mini is going from strength to strength, extending its range of brilliant motors so that a Mini doesn't have mean 'small.' From hatchbacks to coupes, family cars to roadsters, modern Minis are fun, practical and every bit as desirable as the original that started it all.

Gumtree's Top Mini Models

MINI HATCHBACK

Excluding the 60s original, the Mini Hatch is now into its third generation, with the latest models being more roomy, fuel-efficient and attractively designed than their predecessors. For the first time you can now get your hands on a five-door as well as three-door, and later models feature even more boot space thanks to a redesign. Choose between the entry-level One, the sportier Cooper and Cooper S, and stick a D on the end of any of these and you have the even cheaper to run diesel option.

MINI COUNTRYMAN

With the Countryman, Mini is setting its sights on the family car market, rivalling the likes of the popular Skoda Yeti and Nissan Qashqai. You get a raised ride for increased road visibility, four-doors, four or five seats depending on the model, with a nifty slideable rear row that lets you adjust the legroom or boot space as you need. More than double the luggage room of the Mini Hatchback, with impeccable handling, it's packed with equipment and incredibly comfortable to boot.

MINI COUPE

For your sportier Mini fans, this is the latest addition to the new-look Mini line-up. It's a two-seater that's only available in John Cooper Works, Cooper and Cooper S versions, and has a truly sleek sporty look thanks to its low roof line. Choose from a range of efficient petrol engines - despite the power on offer, these have been designed to offer competitive fuel consumption.

MINI CLUBMAN

If you're on the lookout for an estate car, Mini might not be the first brand that springs to mind, but the Clubman changes all that. Designed to team the classic Mini hatchback's looks with the practical roominess of an estate car, this model adds more space at the rear and a big boot too. It's a four-door that's immensely fun to drive, and packs in very low running costs thanks to a neat line in frugal engines - the Cooper D delivering a tasty 68.9mpg.

MINI ROADSTER

A first for Mini, the Roadster is the first two-seater convertible it's ever produced. With its fabric folding roof it's a delight to look at, perfect for those summer drives. Based on the Mini Coupe, it certainly delivers on the looks front, but it's also remarkably practical, with an ample 280-litre boot size. It's designed to compete with the likes of the Mazda MX-5, and does so powerfully thanks to a range of super-quick yet fuel efficient engines.

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