Following on from the revisions to the Mini Countryman announced earlier, the Mini Paceman has received a similar range of revisions and was revealed today at the Beijing motor show.
Styling wise, the Mini Paceman has received a new front grille, a new range of alloy wheels, and LED front fog lights that include a running light and parking light function.
Piano Black exterior trim is now standard, with chrome trim as a no-cost option.
New colours added to the range include Jungle Green metallic and Midnight Grey metallic, with a black or white contrasting roof available as a no cost option. A contrasting Chilli Red roof is available for the John Cooper Works Paceman.
The interior sees minor revisions, with anthracite dials across the range and additional chrome elements around the air vents.
The engine range is now all EU6-compliant, with new underbody air ducting, low rolling resistance tyres and low friction wheel bearings contributing to a reduction in fuel consumption.
The Cooper S Paceman has seen its power boosted from 184hp to 190hp, and is now subsequently 0.1 second faster to 62mph, at 7.5 seconds.
|Model||Power||0-62 mph||Fuel Consumption||CO2|
|Cooper||122 hp||10.4 (-0.1)||47.9 mpg||137 g/km|
|Cooper D||111 hp||10.9||67.3 mpg||111 g/km|
|Cooper S||190 hp||7.5 (-0.1)||47.1 mpg||139 g/km|
|Cooper SD||143 hp||9.2 sec (-0.1 sec)||62.8 mpg||119 g/km|
|John Cooper Works||218 hp||6.9 sec (- 0.1 sec)||39.8 mpg||165 g/km|
Mini’s ALL4 four-wheel-drive system is available on all models, as is the optional six-speed automatic transmission.