Mini Cars and Reviews
The highlights of the 2015 Mini lineup are two new Mini Cooper Hardtop designs. Both the 2-door and the 4-door Mini Cooper Hardtop models (that is, two and four doors plus a hatchback) have grown in length and interior space for 2015, and the 4-door hardtop now seats 5.
The 2015 Mini Countryman compact crossover gets minor revisons, including a new grille, new chrome accents for the Countryman S, new wheels, LED fog lights, and a few new colors. An underbody guard is standard for the all-wheel drive (AWD) models. The Paceman, Mini's 2-door, lower-riding crossover, also adds some new colors and a new wheel design for the base trim level.
The 2-seaters--the Mini Cooper Coupe and the Mini Cooper Roadster--are little changed from the previous year, but they've added automatic climate control and rain-sensing wipers as standard features.