2016 MINI Paceman Cooper
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2016 MINI Paceman Buyer's Guide
The MINI Paceman is a 3-door crossover SUV that is closely related to the Countryman. First produced for the 2013 model year, the Paceman is available in both front and all-wheel drive, though even with all four wheels getting traction it won’t be at home off the beaten path. The Paceman’s styling is definitely all MINI, but unlike some of the other MINI derivatives, this one is quite attractive. Inside is also typical MINI, with the traditional center mounted speedometer. Like other MINI models, the handling is nimble, but the ride suffers from some harshness. The base Cooper model can feel underpowered at times, and the Countryman is more practical and spacious.
What's the difference between trims?2016 MINI Paceman Cooper
- 17-inch wheels
- Automatic climate control
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Cruise control
- Sport traction control system
- Sport seats
- Rear spoiler
- LED Foglights
- 18-inch wheels
- Sport suspension system
- Cloth upholstery
- Unique exterior styling
What makes it move?
The Paceman can be purchased in several different trim levels, each of which has a different engine. The Cooper makes do with a normally aspirated 121 horsepower engine, the Cooper S is powered by a turbocharged 181 horsepower engine, and the John Cooper Works has an even more turbocharged 208 horsepower to play with. All engines feature 1.6 liters of displacement, and can be backed by either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The ALL4 all-wheel drive system is available on the Cooper S and standard on the John Cooper Works.
Why buy the 2016 MINI Paceman?
The MINI Paceman comes standard with such features as a rear spoiler, speed-sensitive steering, a Sport button with Accelerator and Steering programs, Cornering Brake Control, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, and runflat tires. Standard on all models except the base Cooper are Dynamic Traction Control with Electronic Differential Lock Control and LED fog lights. John Cooper Works models come with a John Cooper Work Tuned Sport Suspension with stiffer front and rear stabilizer bars (the upgraded bars are optional on other models). Adaptive Headlight Control and Xenon Headlights are optional on all models, as are an alarm system, Rear Park Distance Control, heated front seats, a dual-pane panoramic sunroof, and the Comfort Access System.