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MINI Paceman

  • tickEye-catching design
  • tickTremendous opportunity for personalisation
  • tickHigh driving position gives good view

Mini Paceman hatchback (2013 - )

The Paceman is one of the harder Minis to argue a case for, but it all boils down to style. If you like the way the Paceman looks, you’ll like the car
Our verdict

Is the MINI Paceman a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

MINI Paceman interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

MINI Paceman performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

MINI Paceman how good does it look

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MINI Paceman drive

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MINI Paceman equipment

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

Unfortunately, there is nothing inside the Paceman to distinguish it from other Minis, apart from the higher driving position it shares with the Countryman. Like every Mini, it has a huge central speedometer, inspired by the original Mini. However, many of the switches are fiddly to use and tucked away low on the centre console in front of the gear lever. It’s distinctive and stylish, for sure, but pretty poor in terms of ergonomics.

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