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Sluggish sales for Mini — BMW's bold 16-year-old venture to entice Americans into stylish British small cars — have become a crisis.

To overcome Mini's meager product pipeline and stem dealer losses, BMW of North America confirms it is considering letting Mini dealers move operations into their BMW stores.

That could help Mini dealers defray operating costs and real estate overhead by sharing backroom expenses. But not every Mini dealer is a BMW dealer.



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