2011 MINI Countryman
We know that the Mini lineup will expand into several sizes, Now an executive at BMW (which owns the iconic British brand) has said there may be as many as 10 different Mini models in future. The Mini lineup for 2011 already includes four models: There's the Mini Cooper three-door hatchback and convertible, the Clubman wagon, and the new Countryman all-wheel-drive crossover utility vehicle. Two-seaters next Coming up next are new two-seater Minis, in both Coupe and Roadster models. Last week, Mini released "factory spy shots" of a lightly camouflaged Mini Coupe under testing. It will go on...
First Look: 2012 Mini Cooper Countryman, A Much Maxier Mini
When it launched in the States in 2002, the Mini Cooper taught the auto industry that U.S. buyers will pay real money for very small cars. If, that is, they offer personality, charm, cheekiness, and good handling. But can you make a Mini into a crossover sport utility and still keep its...John Voelcker
MINI Illuminates Geneva With Countryman World Premier
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