MINI ups the ante with new offers

2,000,000 down and more to come… especially with MINI’s latest offers.

IT has been an exciting time for MINI — the 2,000,000th vehicle has rolled off the production line and some great new offers have been launched to mark the new registration plate.
As well as its fun handling, the MINI is loved by its owners as being kind to the environment and offering low whole-life costs.
In fact, MINI is ranked within the top five motoring manufacturers for its low CO2 emissions and drivers don’t have to compromise on performance to enjoy these benefits – the  frugal new Cooper SD engine offers CO2 emissions as low as 114g/km, a whopping 65.7 mpg on the combined cycle and a nimble top speed of 134mph.
London buyers gain as the MINI One D and MINI Cooper D are exempt from the city’s Congestion Charge.
The MINI First with a ‘61’ registration is available at low-rate finance for just £169 a month with a customer deposit of only £1,499.
Buyers choosing One petrol versions of the MINI Hatch, Convertible, Clubman and Countryman can also benefit from appealing September offers:
• MINI One Hatch: £199 a month with a customer deposit of just £1,699.
• MINI One Convertible: £209 a month with a customer deposit of just £2,499.
• MINI One Clubman: £209 a month with a customer deposit of just £1,999.
• MINI One Countryman: £249 a month with a customer deposit of just £1,894. Unique to this finance offer is a £500 deposit contribution from MINI.
All deals include the Pepper pack, adding features at no extra cost, and MINI’s acclaimed TLC servicing package for five years/50,000 miles.
On all MINI Hatch, Convertible and Clubman models (including One,  Diesel, Cooper, Cooper D, Cooper S and Cooper SD), dealers will help customers add extra specification to their car.
When placing the order, buyers can customise their new purchase any way they want — choosing from MINI’s extensive list of styling, comfort, convenience and technology options — and the dealer will knock a massive £500 off the final bill, no questions asked.