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MINI Cooper Clubman At The Detroit Auto Show

The 2008 Detroit Auto Show came just in time for MINI to show off their Clubman before it goes on sale in the US on the 19th of February. The new MINI Clubman has MINI DNA all over it but, at the same time, incorporates unique redesign. The Clubman also featured full integration for the Apple iPhone into the car’s control system. If the MINI is fitted with a navigation… Continue reading

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MINI Cooper Clubman Photos

Check out our MINI Cooper Clubman photos from the 2007 LA Auto Show. The Clubman represents the modern successor to the legendary classics like Morris Mini Traveller, Austin Mini Countryman, and Mini Clubman Estate.

Let us know what you think about this larger version of the much-loved MINI Cooper.

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MINI Cooper Clubman Video

The MINI Cooper Clubman and MINI Cooper S Clubman landed stateside at the 2007 LA Auto Show, a few months before its February 16th, 2008 sale date. The Clubman represents the modern successor to the legendary classics like Morris Mini Traveller, Austin Mini Countryman, and Mini Clubman Estate. Watch our video of the Cooper Clubman and let us know what you think about this larger version of the much-loved… Continue reading

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MINI Cooper Clubman: “The Other MINI” At The LA Auto Show

All-new to the MINI family is the Clubman, which made its US debut at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show. The Clubman represents the modern successor to the legendary classics Morris Mini Traveller, Austin Mini Countryman, and Mini Clubman Estate. The MINI Cooper Clubman and MINI Cooper S Clubman will go on sale February 16th, 2008.

The MINI Clubman still bears obvious MINI heritage… Continue reading

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Video: 2007 MINI Cooper S Sidewalk debuts at NAIAS

MINI debuted the new 2007 MINI Cooper S Sidewalk. The new MINI has been completely redesigned but the classic MINI design remains intact. MINI has chose to coin a new phrase for a convertible. Rather than going with Cabriolet, Convertible, Drop-top, etc… they’re calling their rag-top the Sidewalk.

Watch the video of the debut of the all new 2007 MINI Cooper Sidewalk

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Video: MINI Unveils New 2007 MINI Cooper S at NAIAS

MINI unveiled the all new second generation MINI. Visually the cars haven’t changed that much but in fact there are numerous design enhancements. A wide range of engine, transmission, chassis and steering innovations give the all-new MINI an impressive level of sportiness and agility.

Boasting brand-new, aluminum-alloy four-cylinder engines with increased power and performance, the new MINI hardtops make a strong statement as they enter the North American market… Continue reading

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MINI Convertible Sidewalk Makes World Debut at NAIAS

MINI Convertible Sidewalk

The MINI Convertible Sidewalk will make its world debut at NAIAS 2007 while the second-generation MINI Cooper and Cooper S have their North American premiere in Detroit.

The MINI Convertible Sidewalk, available in spring, is an exclusive package on both the MINI Cooper Convertible as well as the MINI Cooper S Convertible at a cost of $4,000. For other international markets, the MINI Sidewalk Convertible will be sold as… Continue reading

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The new MINI Cooper S Works GP at the race track.

When MINI asked us if we wanted to flog one of the 451 U.S.-bound MINI Cooper S Works GP models around Willow Springs raceway in California, who were we to refuse?

This new limited edition car is the ultimate factory tuner model of the MINI. The 2006 MINI GP has been produced in a very limited run of 2000 worldwide, with barely 20 percent of those making it… Continue reading

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MINI Cooper S with Works GP Kit

MINI Cooper S GP Kit

MINI USA was all about performance at the 2006 New York Auto Show. Debuted was a Mini Cooper S with a new John Cooper Works GP package. This is a two-seat only car, which can hit 150 m.p.h. due to the reduction in weight of over 100 pounds. Modifications are also made to the supercharger, intercooler, and engine management system, giving 46 more horsepower than a standard S, for a… Continue reading

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