The BMW brand has until now been far removed from the light commercial vehicle world, but at this year's show, its MINI subsidiary was there to show of the new Mini Clubvan.
A more sporty silhouette could broaden the appeal of Britain's favourite car in the corporate sector this year.
Until 6pm today (December 6), Londoners can hire a Mini for 26p an hour.
Europcar continues to invest in the quality of its prestige fleet with the addition of the Mini Countryman.
The seventh model in the Mini line-up, the Paceman has been launched at the Paris Motor Show expected to arrive in the UK in March.
A sporty new exterior design, lowered suspension for a dynamic ride on the all-new Mini Paceman, set for UK launch in March 2013.
Designed to appeal to small business, the Mini Clubvan is the latest commercial vehicle concept from the Mini brand.
Set for launch in Autumn 2012, the latest John Cooper Works Mini is the first model to come with all-wheel drive as standard.
Compact lifestyle van makes its world premiere at Geneva International Motor Show 2012.
BMW will recall 29868 models because of a fault with an electric water pump.
Roadster confirmed as new Mini Coupé is unveiled.
New diesel offers 65.7mpg with more torque than range-topping hot-hatch.
The Mini E UK Field Trial which has been researching and analysing the use of fully electric Mini’s hascome to an end.
Mini unveiled an upgraded diesel engine at the Geneva Motor Show, to be offered across its range.
CAP manufacturer relationships manager Martin Ward scours the globe for the week's insider fleet intelligence
The results are in: Mini has been trialling its pilot ‘E’ electric vehicle with 20 fleets over the past six months and Fleet News has spoken to those taking part.
Fleets taking part in the six-month trial say drivers adapted quickly to the new technology
As the first Mini with genuine practicality, the Countryman opens up the brand’s quirky appeal
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