Here you will find sales figures for the Mini Paceman. The Mini Paceman is a compact, three-door crossover SUV that was part of Mini’s lineup from 2013 to 2016. Based on the Countryman’s platform but with a more coupe-like design, the Paceman aimed to blend the classic Mini style with the popular trend toward sportier crossover vehicles.
Mini Paceman Overview
The Mini Paceman is a three-door subcompact crossover SUV manufactured by Mini from 2012 to 2016. It was based on the Mini Countryman, but with a shorter wheelbase and two fewer doors. The Mini Paceman was a niche model that sought to capture buyers looking for a sportier, more style-focused compact crossover. However, its blend of features and the compromises made to achieve its unique look meant that it appealed to a relatively narrow segment of buyers. Ultimately, Mini discontinued the Paceman after the 2016 model year to focus on other models within its lineup. If you’re interested in a vehicle with the character and handling of a Mini but with a more unique design, the Paceman could still be an appealing used car option.
The Paceman was available in a variety of trim levels, including the Cooper, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works (JCW). The Cooper and Cooper S models were powered by 1.6L turbocharged 4-cylinder engines, while the JCW model was powered by a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. The Paceman was available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. It had a slightly more spacious interior than the Mini Cooper, but it was not as spacious as the Mini Countryman. The cargo space was also smaller than the Countryman, with up to 27.3 cubic feet of space available with the rear seats folded down.
Mini Paceman Sales Figures
The Mini Paceman never really sold well enough to stick around. Below it is pretty clear that it just never sold in enough numbers.