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MINI Countryman and Paceman Frozen Black Editions going to Australia too


MINI has recently announced its plans to introduce the new Countryman and Paceman Frozen Black Editions to Australia too, where just 5 units of the two vehicles will become available. The newest creating signed by MINI is a special edition of the Countryman and Paceman, which has been named the Frozen Black Edition, and it’s being assembled, just like every other ...
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MINI Paceman and Countryman get new JCW accessories
The British based automaker MINI has recently announced its plans to introduce three new JCW styling packages for the Countryman and for the Paceman. The MINI Countryman and MINI Paceman will ...
MINI Countryman enters production in India
MINI has recently announced the production start of the Countryman in India, at the company’s facility at Chennai. Good news for those of you living in India who want to purchase ...
BMW Begins Production of the MINI Countryman in India
BMW has begun production of the MINI Countryman at its Chennai plant, India. BMW’s decision to manufacture the MINI Countryman in India was taken due to the increased demand for the ...
MINI milestone – 250,000 Countryman units produced
he British based automaker MINI has recently announced a new milestone, after a total of 250,000 units of the Countryman have been produced. According to the car manufacturer, MINI has managed ...
BMW Group reports best February sales ever recorded
BMW Group has delivered 133,630 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce brand automobiles worldwide in February, up 4.7 percent compared to the same month last year. A record number of 256,929 vehicles have ...
Guerlain Chicherit and Mini perform world’s first backflip in a car
34-year-old extreme sportsman, freestyle skier and rally driver Guerlain Chicherit did the world's first backflip in a car with the Mini Countryman. At the winter sports resort of Tignes in his ...
Peterhansel enters Dakar Rally’s record books with five car wins
Stephane Peterhansel said his two consecutive victories in the Dakar Rally are „incredible” following his record-breaking win. It was his 11th victory in the fearsome rally. The Frenchman is the first ...
Peterhansel wins Dakar Rally, Mini takes 1st, 3rd and 4th
Frenchman Stephane Peterhansel won the Dakar Rally for the 11th time in his career, although he finished 10th the final stage of the competition on Saturday. The Dakar legend didn't need ...
DAKAR 2013: Peterhansel extends overall lead to 10 minutes after stage five
Stephane Peterhansel increased his lead in the Dakar rally to nearly 10 minutes after finishing second on Wednesday's fifth stage. The Frenchman benefitted from closest rival Nasser Al-Attiyah's problems, as the ...

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