Potentially owing to less than stellar sales, MINI UK has decided to improve the specification of the JCW MINIs it sells.
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After a year of hearing customers ask for it, MINI is finally allowing for matching C-pillars on the Clubman. However it’s with one big caveat – you can only get matching C-pillars if you order Pure Silver or Midnight Black.
If you like reading ‘Winding Road’ then you have already heard the good news about the MINI. What I love about Winding Road is that they are chock full of clever Top 12 or Top 5 lists, including their favourite cars from 2008, and of course, the MINI made the list.
The IIHS has been crashing cars again. We all know the MINI scores well front and rear, but so not hot for side impact.
The BMW Group and Fiat Group Automobiles (FGA) are considering the possibility of co-operation in the areas of architectures and components for their MINI and Alfa Romeo vehicles. A Memorandum of Understanding to this effect was signed by Friedrich Eichiner, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Corporate and Brand Development, [...]
It may be old news to most of the world but for the record let’s look at the this first version of the new MINI platform to be released.
If you have been looking for photos of the R57 MINI Convertible, look no further. Whereas many others will have to wait until the January Detroit Autoshow, you can snag a peek here. The good folks at GlobalMotors.net have leaked some sneak peeks.
Mini’s latest is known as the Crossover Concept and is expected to debut at the Paris Motor Show next month. This will be the fourth variant in the MINI’s current model availability and features all the bells and whistles and it all comes down to the number 4.
After reaching sales goals of 164,000 unites for the convertible Mini Cooper, the model has reached the end of its life cycle. The latest run of the Mini Cooper Convertible has seen its last run, and a successful one at that after selling the most unites in Great Britain and Ireland, with countries USA, Japan, [...]