7 SEATER MINI COUNTRYMAN PLUS
Following on from the Mini Countryman it looks like the legendary Mini Moke Beachcomber which has no roof and doors is set for a comeback since a concept Moke was unveiled at the Detroit motor show. Since then there has been considerable interest from the general public about the Moke and Mini have been shown the green light from BMW to go ahead and build the new Mini Moke. Meanwhile the Mini Countryman which broke the mould as the first four-door, four-wheel-drive, family-sized MINI may get a new addition. It seems that the Mini Design team will break with tradition altogether and build their biggest Mini yet. Sources say Mini have plans to release a 7 seater version of the Mini Countryman called the Countryman Plus which they hope to take a slice of the sales from such vehicles as the Nissan Quasqai+2 as well as some of the more traditional people carriers like the Volkswagen Touran. The 7 seater four-door, four-wheel-drive will be the most practical Mini ever. And with the head of the global Mini brand saying “the Countryman could definitely be made even bigger, we could take the wheelbase from 2.60m to around 2.70m.” We could see the Mini Countryman sooner rather than later. You can get the current Mini models on lease and contract hire through www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk with free delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included.
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