Used MINI Cooper Paceman for Sale in San Francisco, CA
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Sure, San Francisco is where you work, but it's also where you play. During the weekends, you're ready to meet up with some friend and see as much as San Francisco as you can. With 259 sunny days a year and summer temps around 71°, your city begs you to explore all it has to offer as much as possible. But, if you want to see what this great state has to offer, you'll need a great car.
There's only one vehicle for you and it's a MINI Cooper Paceman. It's got everything you're looking for in a vehicle—modern design, workmanship, and great fuel economy. And it's a MINI, a brand you've always trusted However, a new MINI Cooper Paceman is way out of your budget. If only there were a way to get the MINI Cooper Paceman you want but at a fraction of the price. There is!
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We'd love to match you with a Cooper Paceman in San Francisco at an affordable price. We continuously monitor millions of data points on current and past prices for similar MINI Cooper Pacemans to make sure we are offering a competitive price. Our 150-point inspection on all our pre-owned vehicles means you'll be getting a sweet car at a terrific price. No vehicle rolls off our property without acing Shift's inspections. You'll have peace of mind knowing your car is ready for San Francisco, plus, we include all the proper paperwork, like ownership info and vehicle history reports, so you know both we and your Cooper Paceman are on the up and up.
MINI Cooper Paceman—what to know
MINI, which owned by BMW, is renowned for their compact cars that make a big statement MINI started n 1959 when the British Motor Company wanted to design a car that would excel in maneuvering the congested streets of a busy city. John Cooper, who was known for building F1 race cars, improved upon the original design by adding a more powerful engine and improving the suspension. MINI released the MINI Cooper soon after which was a major success. The MINI made its debut in the U.S. in 1962. However, shortly after, new emissions policies meant the MINI could no longer be imported. BMW bought the brand in 1994 and produced a new model in 2000 with the all-new MINI Cooper. Today, MINI has a diver lineup of small, yet stylish cars. Whichever used MINI you purchase, rest assured that it will be lively, fun, and easy to park.
MINI Cooper Paceman has a 215hp, 2L engine. Gas mileage varies based on driving conditions, but the MINI Cooper Paceman generally gets 28mpg in the city and about 35mpg on the highway. The Cooper Paceman comes in several body types like sport utility, sedan, and convertible. With the amount of sunny days in MINI, we're thinking a convertible could up your driving game.
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We may be biased, but we believe we offer the best pre-owned car purchasing experiences online. We have competitive pricing for every used MINI Cooper Pacemans and provide all the information to decide. Plus, our 150-point inspection means your MINI Cooper Paceman is ready to drive. Get that new-car feeling with a used MINI Cooper Paceman. today's.
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