NHTSA investigating Mini Cooper S over engine fires
At this point, the investigation covers around 36,000 2007 and 2008 model year Mini Cooper S models. A spokesperson with NHTSA said that the complaints indicate a growing trend and that most of the reports have occurred within the last year.
Neither Mini nor the automaker's parent company, BMW, have commented on the investigation at this time.
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