2014 Mini Paceman Owners Manual – The individuals at MINI, when so veddy British, have jumped on the overkill bandwagon in making use of awesome. The 2014 MINI Cooper Paceman, defined as a subcompact 4-traveler hatchback/crossover with a little bit of quirkiness, a little of mindset and a whole lot of pizzazz, is the latest illustration of this now-common phenomena, possibly a single result of MINI approaching under the auspices of BMW.
Anyhow, the most recent MINI Paceman iteration, released in 2013, features several trims, the strength-deprived Base, the turbocharged S, the all-wheel-drive-toting (AWD) S ALL4 and the souped-up John Cooper Functions (JCW). Trims fluctuate primarily in drivetrain settings, with the past two accessible simply with the regular front-tire drive (FWD), and then in performance details, with the S, S ALL4, and JCW every boasting a turbocharged inline 4-cylinder (I4) powerplant that’s even more up-driven in the JCW.
The Base engine, to begin with, is a usually aspirated 1.6-liter I4 that buddies with the regular 6-speed manual transmission for 121 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque. Varied valve timing (VVT) signifies an estimated 27 mpg city/35 freeway while throwing inside an accessible 6-speed shiftable auto transmission leads to the exact same performance amounts, but miles droplets to 25/30.
The S and S ALL4 bring the turbocharged edition of the 1.6-liter I4 that once again mates with the standard 6-pace stay change to set out 181 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. Again sporting VVT and once more provided by the shiftable 6-speed automated, miles figures of 26/32 (FWD S with handbook transmission) and 25/31 (S ALL4 with manual transmission) are once more anticipated from the blown 4-banger.
The JCW, consistent with its personal-aggrandizing title, features the twin-scroll-turbocharged 1.6-liter I4 with a few significant extra boosts to lb out 208 hp. Maintained by the normal 6-velocity adhere change, this VVT powerplant tosses lower 192 lb-feet of torque, with torque blasted up to 207 lb-ft when the booster kicks in on complete acceleration. Look for the exact same miles numbers as the S ALL4 and, of course, the exact same 6-velocity-automated choice, now with steering-wheel-installed paddle shifters extra.