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The original Mini was a British-made ultra compact hatch revered for its ability to be tossed around twisty roads while still offering practical cabin space thanks to clever packaging. After an astonishing 40-year production run, BMW took the reigns and reintroduced the Mini for the modern era. Though ginormous compared to the original, the new Mini Cooper got a surprisingly warm welcome in the United States, a super-compact hit in an era dominated by big sedans and SUVs. Though it had grown, the new Mini retained the core attributes that made the original so desirable; fun driving dynamics, usable space in the cabin, and quirky design inside and out. Under BMW's contro,l Mini has expanded to offer a wide variety of models using the same basic foundation.

Asking for a Mini Cooper these days is just the beginning. The base car is still available as a two-door, four-seat hardtop, or a folding cloth soft-top convertible. The Coupe and Roadster models shed two seats for more performance. The Clubman has the same amount of doors, but adds back two seats and extends the wheelbase for more cargo to be loaded in through the split rear doors. Countryman models add two doors and power to two more wheels to propel the significantly larger body it has. The Paceman retains the ALL 4 AWD, but again sheds two doors. Every model is available in sportier 'S' trim and sportiest John Cooper Works specification.
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