We prove that a quotient singularity ℂn/G by a finite subgroup G ⊂ SLn(ℂ) has a crepant resolution only if G is generated by junior elements. This is a generalization of the result of Verbitsky (Asian J. Math. 4(3) (2000), 553–563). We also give a procedure to compute the Cox ring of a minimal model of a given ℂn/G explicitly from information of G. As an application, we investigate the smoothness of minimal models of some quotient singularities. Together with work of Bellamy and Schedler, this completes the classification of symplectically imprimitive quotient singularities that admit projective symplectic resolutions.