Mini Gets Frozen Black Color With Countryman and Paceman
Oct 21, 2013 13:33
Mini is extending its program for the five-door Countryman and its three-door sibling, the Paceman with the addition of a Frozen Black metallic paint option.
The limited edition color features "a textured, shimmering matt finish", is available on the gasoline-powered Cooper S and John Cooper Works models, and the diesel-fueled Cooper SD versions of the two cars.
"The finish is completely weather resistant and car wash resistant; however, hand washing does require special care as spot cleaning of the surface using wax or polish can leave an unwanted gloss effect," says the company.
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