DETROIT – BMW AG ends a year of speculation by announcing at the North American International Auto show here pricing for its new-generation Mini, which is already on sale in Europe and launches in the U.S. this March. Mini U.S. brand manager Jack Pitney says the Mini Cooper, the base model of the initial 2-model line, will start at $16,850, which includes destination. The high-performance Mini Cooper S, with its supercharged version of the 4-cyl. Mini engine, will have a base price of ...
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