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201605 Feb

MINI-Convertible-2016

 

Mini India has announced that the all new Mini Convertible will be launched in India as a Completely Built-up Unit (CBU) in first half of the year. 

 

“MINI sets new trends, breaks away from tradition and constantly keeps on reinventing itself. It’s not just a car, it’s a companion that inspires its owners to live life to the fullest. It’s the unmistakable MINI charisma that grips the hearts of MINI fans everywhere in the world. With the launch of the all-new MINI Convertible and the all-new MINI Clubman, MINI will continue its success story,” said Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW Group India.

 

MINI Convertible is the first and still the only convertible in the premium small car segment that embodies the most exclusive and emotionally intensive way of savoring open-top driving. With the top down or with the top up, the all-new MINI Convertible surprises with its feistiness.

 

More versatile than ever, the all-new MINI Clubman is the MINI for all occasions. Bold and distinctive, it is a rare blend of sports car beauty with functionality and space. Four doors, characteristic split doors at the rear, five generously sized seats and tasteful interior ensure that it meets all requirements of the compact premium class in its own unconventional way.

 

The MINI model range in India presently includes MINI Cooper S 3-door, MINI Cooper D 3-door, MINI Cooper D 5-door, MINI Convertible and MINI Countryman D.

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