The 2+2 MINI Paceman has been revised for 2014, with a fresh new look and feel. There have also been tweaks under the bonnet to reduce emissions and boost efficiency.
The Paceman engines now all meet the meet EU6 exhaust emission standards with an improvement in both fuel economy and CO2 emissions. To increase efficiency there has been a rework of the air ducting, wheel bearings with a lower friction coefficient have been fitted along with lighter wheels and tyres with a reduced rolling resistance.
The Paceman S see an increase in power output and now develops 190bhp and increase of 6bhp with a drop in CO2 emissions from 143g/km to 139g/km. The other models have seen a reduction with the Cooper Paceman now outputting 137 g/km, Cooper D (111 g/km) and SD (119 g/km).
There exterior sees new larger headlamps, there are new paint finishes including Jungle Green metallic and Midnight Grey metallic. And LED fog lights are now standard to compliment the LED daytime running lights.
|Model||Power||0-62 mph||Fuel Consumption||CO2|
|Cooper||122 hp||10.4||47.9 mpg||137 g/km|
|Cooper D||111 hp||10.9||67.3 mpg||111 g/km|
|Cooper S||190 hp||7.5||47.1 mpg||139 g/km|
|Cooper SD||143 hp||9.2 sec||62.8 mpg||119 g/km|
|John Cooper Works||218 hp||6.9 sec||39.8 mpg||165 g/km|
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