MINNEAPOLIS – The Mini convertible hits dealer showrooms this month with enough anticipation to ensure a sellout this year. Richard Steinberg, manager-product strategy for Mini, forecasts the auto maker will be under a severe supply constraint with the new model. New Mini Cooper S Convertible He expects to sell 3,000-5,000 convertibles in 2004, depending on how many the company, located in Oxford, U.K, allots this market. Mini expects the convertible to capture one-third of the ...
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