Mini solution: ALL4 one and one for all

Mini has refreshed its two crossover models, the Countryman and Paceman, writes Matt Robinson.

20th July, 2014
Crossover vogue: the chunky, pseudo-off-road pairing of the new Mini Countryman and its coupe sibling, the Mini Paceman.

Mini has been a phenomenal sales success for BMW. Since 2001 and the world’s first sight of the 21st century vision of the perky British classic, they’ve been flying out of showrooms globally as if there were no tomorrow.

Such unprecedented demand of course necessitated a greater variety of choice for the discerning customer, but you’d be surprised how long it took for the new models to appear. It was four years...

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