Fans of the British-built Mini haven't seen one officially imported into the United States since 1967. In March 2002, a brand-new Mini arrived in America, capitalizing on the Mini's heritage but creating a new brand. The modern-day rendition of the legendary Lilliputian motorcar came into being after BMW bought the company that had produced the original. BMW announced Mini pricing at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January 2002: $16,850 for the basic Cooper and $19,850 for the more powerful Cooper S (both prices include the destination charge). Read More
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