Condition: Excellent/Like New Condition, Smoke-free Environment, Kept in Covered/Enclosed Garage A FUN, SUPER FAST car to zip around town with enough cargo room to take on long trips! Get the peace of mind with the Certified Pre-Owned Warranty and Maintenance Warranty that are both included with this vehicle! KBB Value:CPO from Dealer: $29,000Private Party: $25,184 (without warranties) Features:All-wheel-driveBlack Leather InteriorChrome Line Exterior/InteriorPanoramic SunroofPerformance Tire Upgrade Includes EVERY UPGRADE PACKAGE available: Cold Weather Package:Heated Mirrors and Washer JetsHeated Front SeatsPower-Folding Mirros Premium Package:Anti-Theft Alarm SystemComfort Access Keyless EntryChrome-Line InteriorAuto-dimming Rearview MirrorAutomatic Climate ControlRain Sensor and Auto Headlights Sports Package:18" Alloy Wheels, 5-Star Double SpokeXenon HeadlightsWhite Turn Signal Lights Technology Package:Harman/Kardon Premium SoundPark/Distance Control (rear only)Center Armrest MINI Wired Package:Navigation SystemVoice CommandComfort Bluetooth and USB/iPod AdapterMINI Connected Certified Pre-Owned which means you get the factory warranty until 100K Miles. Also includes the 100K Maintenance Warranty which covers the cost of all maintenance services (oil changes, brakes, etc.)!! Both warranties are transferable to the new owner at no cost and are good until December 5, 2018. History: 2nd vehicle owner. Purchased from Mini Dealership in December 2013. Selling because my new job provided me a fleet vehicle and I no longer need this car. Has a clean title. ACCIDENT-FREE! Original MSRP: $39,750
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Auto blogMon, 30 Sep 2013 09:33:00 EST
The third generation of reborn Mini is nearly upon us. Just look at the trail of breadcrumbs the Anglo-Saxon automaker has been leaving us.
First we saw the upcoming new Mini Cooper, spied from above at a photo shoot, which Mini was quick to point out was not its best angle. Then BMW's retro-hatch division showcased the Mini Vision concept, and followed up just yesterday with details of the new engines and chassis that will underpin the latest model. And now we have the clearest batch of spy shots we've seen yet.
Not only were these shots taken from a better angle, but also show the new Mini in the more tempting Cooper S trim - complete with hood scoop, split-spoke alloys, roof spoiler and twin central exhaust tips.
No, this isn't an April Fool's joke or some sort of wacky car commercial. It's the SPCA Auckland (located in New Zealand) coming up with an innovative way of proving that it's possible to teach a rescue animal new tricks. Monty, Porter and Ginny are all dogs rescued by the SPCA Auckland, and each was taught the ability to drive a Mini Countryman around a track.
After being strapped into the driver's seat, the dogs are able to use their paws to start the car, steer it and work the gas and brake, which have been modified similar to a car setup for a special-needs driver. These dogs aren't being trained to drive on the street as any sort of driving-eye dogs, rather it is just a demonstration of how smart and docile rescue dogs can be regardless of how they ended up there. Porter was found wandering the streets, Ginny was abused by her owners and seized by the SPCA and Monty was surrendered by his owners to the rescue. Ironically, Porter and Ginny initially got carsick during the exercises, but have since gotten over this.
Think it's a joke? Scroll down to watch four videos showing the dogs in action and another to see what mods were made to get the Mini ready for canine duty. In the first video, you can also see that Porter does a better parking job than most humans!
Mini fans have had plenty to chew on lately. In the past month alone, the Anglo-Saxon automaker revealed its quirky, one-off Paceman Adventure pickup and dazzled showgoers over the weekend at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este with the Superleggera Vision concept. But what enthusiasts (to say nothing of dealers) have been really waiting for since the debut of the new Mini hatchback late last year has been the new John Cooper Works performance model. And that's just what we have here.
Spied undergoing testing at the Nürburgring, this JCW prototype looks about ready for production, but is still keeping its front end under wraps. We can still discern the larger front intakes and bigger brakes with red calipers front and rear, and while the rear bumper is still stock, the wheels are definitely JCW: similar to those worn by the John Cooper Works Concept unveiled in Detroit a few months ago, they look more like five-spoke versions of the outgoing GP model's four-spoke units than the BBS-style alloys of the last John Cooper Works hatchback.
The new JCW is still probably a few months away from debut, but we're expecting around 230 horsepower under the hood when it does arrive.