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This British Marque is famous for its small cars that haven’t changed very much since the original. A cult car with a strong devoted following, MINI now produces premium as well as economy variants of its cars. Models to watch: MINI Coupe, MINI John Cooper Works GP
The BMW Group, which consists of BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce, has posted its best April global sales yet with a total of 155,419 vehicles sold last month.
Eyeing BMW’s success with MINI, Daimler might be hoping to cash in on small car appeal even more with a product line to take on it’s rival’s smaller series of products.
Some Mini models could be on the chopping block, as the British automaker mulls over the possibility of some major changes to its lineup in the near future.
British automaker Mini has announced that it has sold its 500,000th vehicle in America, and is celebrating by taking its cars on a trek across the west coast of America and snapping photographs at noticeable landmarks along the way.
Personal business owners in America looking for a compact utility vehicle can now take a look at the MINI Clubvan, which will be priced from $25,985 when it hits dealerships.
MINI won’t be bringing any world debuts to the 2013 New York Auto Show, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have anything to announce.
Rivaling the Mercedes CLS63 Shooting Brake S-Model 4Matic for the longest name for a vehicle debuting today at the Geneva Motor Show, MINI has revealed what it calls the JCW Countryman All4 Dakar Winner 2013.
MINI and John Cooper Works are celebrating their victory at the 2013 Dakar Rally with a special edition Countryman model limited to just 11 units.
MINI Connected has added a “Driving Excitement Analyser” to highlight how skillfully (and safely) drivers are handling their MINI vehicles.
In the market and shopping for a used car? Consumer Reports has released a list of 20 used vehicles to stay away from as they have a reputation for causing trouble. Listed is a top 20 list of used cars from 2003 to 2012 model year to avoid in alphabetical order. These vehicles had multiple years…
The next-generation MINI, internally known as the F56, is expected to be unveiled sometime this year and will be built on a front-wheel drive platform.
Usually the engine found inside a vehicle receives a name based on some sort of manufacturer specific numbering and lettering convention. However, every once in a while a manufacturer will feel a little fiery and give that new hunk of metal an actual, proper name. These names, more often than not, conjure up images of…
MINI has released a full video of Guerlain Chicherit nailing the world’s first backflip in a car.
MINI has been mulling over bringing diesel models to America for quite some time now, and the British automaker might finally pull the trigger with its next wave of new models.
It’s been over a year since rumors first spilled out that MINI had shelved its Rocketman model, and recently the British automaker confirmed the Rocketman will remain a concept.
The new generation of MINI Cooper won’t hit dealers until March, 2014, but the car will be revealed to dealers at a worldwide association meeting next week.
Interested in nabbing yourself a future collectible? Hagerty Insurance specializes in classic cars and is predicting the top 10 most collectible cars of 2013 that are under $100,000. Listed based on the vehicle’s MSRP, the Ford Focus ST kicks off the list in the number-10 spot with a starting price of $23,700. Powered by a…
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, MINI will be unveiling its Clubman Bond Street which will feature high-end appointments and an exclusive color scheme.
According to a recent study in the UK, Audi and MINI are among the automakers with the most engine failures.
Better late than never, here’s our final first look video from the floor of the Detroit Auto Show.
The MINI Paceman debuted at last year’s L.A. Auto Show and now the brand has given it the hot-hatch treatment introducing the 2013 MINI John Cooper Works Paceman here at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
Expected to enter production soon for a debut later this year as a 2014 model, the next-generation of MINI Cooper will bring with it a series of changes to kick off what will be a revamping of the entire brand.
Definitively unique, and plenty of fun to drive, is the MINI Roadster too quirky for its own good, or for that matter, too sporty? Starting at $29,250, is the MINI Roadster worth it?