Exterior Color: CLEMSON ORANGE
Interior Color: Black
Model: Classic Mini
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: manuel
Sub Model: moke
We at Monte Carlo Minis are proud to offer from Mokecar dot com dot hk/Moke Australia/ and mokeinternational dot com In Chongqing China.and Brisbane Aus. To be the current SOLE US importer of there new Mokes. the complete running.driving mokes here with North Carolina titles. These have state issue vin numbers ( called NCS with MVR 31, MVR 55 customs build and MVR 92H title bond) Colors in stock are 1 in CLEMSON ORANGE, 1 in yellow a . Ok Payment:NO TRADES , NO FINANCE We do NOT accept CC, Pay Pal or checks of any kind. Just cash in hand, or letter of credit ( irrevocable) required on placing the order) good faith deposit of $5500 on custom builds MonteCarloMini dot com. and are titled AUSTIN MOKES here in NC. We have locations here in Earl NORTH CAROLINA and also in Aylesbury ENGLAND and Mexico City MEXICO These can ONLY be sold in North Carolina as complete running cars with the NCS state vin numbers.. thus NO KITS. NOTE Turn Key with NCS state vin numbers and NC title START at $24500 USD..fyi NC titles These require title bond MVR 92 H..We do NOT use DONOR moke. EMAIL me for title questions These are legal in most of the 50 states. BIll Cox Lic NC dealer and bonded US CUSTOMS importer with TWIC , ACE and SCAC. phone 1-704.487.6406 shop. 1-704.487.6797 home. midnight is OK , VIEWING on sunday afternoon is best.. CALL for more email@example.com.. . ONLY two new mokes left in stock. 15 july 13 I have again bare ( painted) moke shells.again direct from china. All moke sold AS IS NO WARRANTY. Sight Inspection is required before buying... the engines are used..classic mini engines.. 998c manuels. they are 21 years and older to comply with EPA (CKD) kit car laws.. If you looking for the PERFECT moke with tiny budget of $5k.. do NOT call me and expect me to drop my price to fit your TINY budgets... btw two more containers of new mokes coming later this year from China.....
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Auto blogSat, 23 Mar 2013 10:59:00 EST
The light commercial vehicle market has exploded in recent years. With a too-large full-size van no longer the only option for small businesses looking for an enclosed cargo carrier, options like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Transit Connect and now this, the Mini Clubvan, are now available to suit every size need.
Unveiled at last year's Geneva Motor Show, the Clubvan will soon be on sale here in the US and we finally have details about what that transaction will cost you. Motoring File reports that the Clubvan's price will be $25,985, which includes the so-called "chicken tax" and a $700 destination and handling charge.
Other questions that were answered include whether or not the Clubvan can be ordered as a Cooper S or even John Cooper Works model, and the answer is no (why do need to deliver cakes that fast anyway?). Also, Mini has confirmed you can't take the shortcut of creating your own Clubvan by purchasing a standard Clubman and removing the rear seats. The factory Clubvan features steel side panels instead of vinyl coverings over the rear windows, as well as a fully flat load floor and a safety cage protecting front seat occupants.
BMW has agreed to settle a number of class-action lawsuits out of court. The suits stem from drivetrain issues on the 2001 to 2006 R50 Mini Cooper - in particular, its continuously variable transmission. The transmission was known to fail, often without warning on otherwise healthy and well-maintained vehicles. This wasn't the only major issue to afflict the original BMW-era Mini models.
According to legal site Topclassactions.com, the suits alleged that BMW knowingly hid the defects in the CVT from customers while informing dealers of the issue. The first suit was filed in 2011, while four additional suits have followed. Now, BMW has reportedly settled, offering to reimburse 1,200 owners that needed repairs within eight years or 150,000 miles of their purchase. Repair prices for the transmission range from $6,000 to $9,000.
Under the agreement, BMW will also offer up to $4,100 to members of the suit that had fixes performed at a third-party shop, while owners who sold their cars at a loss due to the issues are slated to receive up to $2,000. Finally, owners who are part of the suit will be warrantied for a further eight years and 150,000 miles.
BMW's decision to make the upcoming 2-Series Active Tourer front-wheel drive has been polarizing to say the least, but like it or not, that is the direction the company will go in the near future - one rumor put the number as high as 23 front-wheel-drive models for Mini and BMW combined. The next-generation X1 won't send all its power to the front wheels, though, when it launches in early 2016. While it will use the same platform as the Active Tourer, rumors suggest all models will use all-wheel drive - at least at launch.
A "high-ranking," unnamed BMW manager confirmed to AutoWeek that the new model will switch to transversely-mounted three- and four-cylinder engines and the same six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic transmissions as the Active Tourer. The new, smaller platform will allow for more efficient packaging, and despite the smaller size, interior space will remain comparable. All the changes should make it significantly lighter too.
Don't start wailing just yet because BMW surely won't be entirely abandoning sporty models. AutoWeek claims that the Bavarians are working on a higher-output version of the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with power closer to 300 horsepower, about a 72-hp boost. It's also rumored to offer a sporty version of the X1 that may be called the X2.