SAN FRANCISCO – Clustered in urban areas along both coasts, 54 Mini dealers are set to begin selling the imported Cooper and Cooper S models on March 22. Ten more dealers will begin offering the car in April, and by year's end another six Mini dealers will be open. All of the Mini dealers also have BMW franchises. But there are 270 other BMW dealers who either did not apply for a Mini franchise or had their business plans rejected. Mini is scheduled to dole out 300 cars to each dealer ...
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