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  • MINI ONE BONNET 19:25
  • MINI CLUBMAN COOPER D BONNET 15:28
  • MINI HATCH COOPER S XENON HEADLAP 06:39
  • MINI HATCH FIRST SPARE WHEEL CARRIER 01:24
  • MINI HATCH ONE WINDSCREEN 19:40
  • MINI HATCH FIRST PARCEL SHELF 19:01
  • MINI COOPER ALTERNATOR 15:23
  • MINI HATCH ONE BONNET 08:52
  • MINI CLUBMAN GEARBOX (MANUAL) 19:59
  • MINI HATCH ONE ENGINE (PETROL BARE) 15:10
  • MINI HATCH ONE BUMPER (FRONT) 11:46
  • MINI HATCH ONE BATTERY 08:47
  • MINI HATCH COOPER BUMPER (FRONT) 07:58
  • MINI HATCH COOPER S BUMPER (FRONT) 06:15
  • MINI HATCH ALLOY WHEEL (SET) 22:15
  • MINI HATCH ONE BONNET 17:27

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Mini Info

The Mini is in fact a brand in itself rather than a car manufacturer. The original mini, released worldwide on 26 August 1959, was produced by the British Motor Corporation (BMC). From 1968 to 1986, British Leyland took over the brand, creating similar looking vehicles and introducing the Mini Clubman. From 1986 to the year 2000, Rover Group took over control as manufacturers of the famous cars that the world had come to love.

Today, the Mini marque (brand) is owned by BMW through its previous ownership of Rover Group. By the end of 2000, production of the original Mini designs had ceased and BMW led up a new initiative to create a more up-to-date looking vehicle that would appeal to a wide range of motorists. The new generation of Mini was introduced in 2001 with a hatchback/hardtop design. By 2005, BMW had introduced a Convertible/Cabrio design that increased the amount of models available.

In November 2006, a second generation of Mini was unveiled following on from the first Hardtop/Hatchback model that was sold as being a new platform incorporating various stylistic and engineering changes. Aside from the second convertible generation that was brought in by the end of 2009, BMW began launching other models including the Mini Countryman, Mini Coupé and the Mini Roadster. To this day, the majority of all Minis' sold worldwide, are manufactured in the United Kingdom.

Our breakers have quoted on 1157 Mini parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement bonnets, parcel shelfs, engine (petrol complete), alloy wheel (single front) and bumper (front). Quotes have ranged from £15.00 for a Mini Hatch Cooper indicator stalk to £1595.00 for a Mini Hatch One D engine. There are currently 691226 Minis left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Mini in 2017 were gearbox (manual), bonnets, parcel shelfs, bumper (front) and pas / power steering pumps.

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