MINI Press Release BMW of North America Reports September 2019 U.S. Sales.

By M/A Team · Oct 1, 2019 ·
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    I won't pretend to be a US auto sales expert and could really care less about what any manufacturer sells. As a consumer, however, I can say that most of the MINI lineup really doesn't really seem like a car that most families "need" when compared to other family haulers available. They're expensive, have a horrible public image in regards to their reliability, and don't offer anything that any other premium brand doesn't aside from the whole MINI schtick. MOTD and the friends (and enemies) I've made is the best thing, to me, about owning a MINI. The general public could care less about that aspect as most cars are just an appliance. And most people don't think of MINI as premium as they do say BMW, Lexus or Mercedes. No idea what they need to do, but they need to do something. #bringbacktheR53 #butwithaturbo2litre I'm sure the GP3 will sell, but at that price, you can get quite a few cars with better performance capabilities both in handling and power. It's definitely not going to help sales.
     

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