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2015 Mini John Cooper Works Paceman bows

By Bob Nagy on July 8, 2014 4:28 PM
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Earlier this year, we got our first look at revamped versions of the 2015 Mini Cooper Countryman and Mini Cooper Paceman at the New York and Beijing Auto Shows. Now, the automaker has released the first images of the high-performance 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Paceman.

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This range-topping Paceman - as well as its Countryman cousin - receive the same kind of visual and technical enhancements found on the less-potent Cooper and Cooper S versions. The JCW revamp is highlighted by a unique grille treatment, standard LED fog lights with DRLs and a high-gloss Piano Black finish on the side scuttles and roof rails as well as rain-sensing wipers and Automatic Climate Control. No changes have been made to the powertrain and both JCW-spec models head into 2015 fitted with their current 208-horse/1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engines and standard ALL4 all-wheel-drive systems.

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Pricing for the 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Paceman ALL4 starts at $36,450 while the 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 opens at $36,200. Both go on sale later this month. 

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