New-generation Mini, BMW 1-Series share modular architecture.
TURIN – Mini keeps expanding its offerings to such an extent that making a satisfactory choice is becoming a challenge. Shopping for a Mini raises many questions: Buy now, or wait? And which one? A specialty of the second generation such as the Paceman, Clubman or Countryman? The Coupe, Cabrio or Roadster? Or the new, third-generation Mini One, Mini Cooper or newly launched Mini Cooper S 3-door hatchback? A buyer might decide to wait a little longer for the anticipated ...
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