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A very British icon: Mini


Published: 26th February 2017

This blog was written by: Wheels4Sure

The original two-door Mini was a small car produced back in 1959 and is considered a very British Icon of the 1960s. Since then, its popularity, in both old and new models has been ever increasing.

Introducing the MINI Cooper! It is both fun to drive and largely cheap to run. Along with the smart 3 Door Hatch, we now offer the 5 door version, which is a suitable size for a growing family who still want the enjoyable factor of driving this characterful vehicle. So if you’ve always wanted a MINI but needed more room it makes perfect sense.

What I personally love about the MINI Cooper is its popularity. While you find men raving about the ‘go-kart handling’ feel to the drive, its retro style hits the mark for women who may prefer to drive a car that looks the part! And you know what the best part is? The MINI doesn’t lack in either departments! It uses a range of BMW developed three-cylinder petrol engines which is a real highlight, creating a very gutsy feel (7.9 secs to 62mph)

The car is loaded with all BMW’s technology and the economy is aided by the following features which come as standard:

  • Engine Start/Stop technology
  • Shift point display function
  • Brake energy recuperation.

Other standard specification includes:

  • Alloys wheels
  • Electrically adjustable exterior mirrors
  • Air-conditioning
  • Door sill cover strips with a model-specific inscription
  • Front fog lamps
  • Start/Stop button, with keyless start
  • Radio including aux-in, USB interface and Bluetooth.

So, if you’ve always pictured yourself driving one of these timeless vehicles, Wheels4Sure can make that happen! Drive around in style in the comfort of a reliable vehicle. Our packages all cover the first year’s road tax, servicing, breakdown cover, and full manufacturer’s warranty.

If you’d like to apply for the lease please call us on 0203 823 1010 or apply via our website to get the ball rolling.

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