BMW AG has a problem, the kind most auto makers want. The auto maker can’t build the new Mini Cooper compact car fast enough to satisfy customer demand. Bucking the SUV trend, the Mini is a hot seller Waiting lists per dealership are about 200-people long. The wait for the base model is about two months, and some buyers must wait up to seven months for delivery of the performance S model. Through 70 dealers, BMW of North America, Inc. expects to sell 15,000 Minis this year ...
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