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Mini Finance – New or Used Mini

Looking to buy a new/used Mini? Need Mini Finance?

Whether you’ve found the right Mini already or are still searching the internet, The Car Loan Warehouse is in a great position to arrange Mini Finance at competitive interest rates.

Mini Finance

We’re happy to approve customers for finance before they actually find the Mini in question, leaving them free to shop around with the peace of mind that they have the money in place to pay for their new mini adventure!

A unique service we also offer is the ability to provide Mini Finance for private sales. This is fairly unusual in the finance world and allows you to save a lot of money from dealer prices if you find the right car for sale privately.

Applying for Mini finance is quick and simple. Our online car finance application takes 3 minutes to complete and one of our skilled car finance advisor will be in touch as quickly as possible so you can start searching for the right Mini.

Mini, A Brief History

Mini is the British icon of the 1960s and the first front-wheel drive car with a transversely mounted engine. It was made by the British Motor Corporation and its successors from 1959 until 2000 and, with 5.3 million cars sold, it became the most popular British car ever made. In the 1960s the Mini was so popular that some of the biggest celebrities in the world owned at least one Mini. It has won numerous awards including “Number One Classic Car of All Time” (Classic & Sports Car Magazine 1996) and was also voted the most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford model T.

Mini was built as a small, cheap and economic car in response to a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 Suez oil crisis. The first names used were Austin and Morris until Mini became a marque in its own right in 1969. It had the greatest number of different variants of any British model – it was available as saloon, van, station wagon, pick-up, cabriolet, utility vehicle and many more. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s numerous special editions of the Mini turned the car into a fashionable icon – it was especially popular in Japan where it became a retro icon and inspired many imitators. Sportier versions – Mini Cooper and Cooper ”S” – were successful as rally cars and won Monte Carlo Rally three times.

In 1994 BMW took control over the remnants of the BMC as the Rover group. The last Mini was produced in 2000 after which the Mini name reverted to BMW ownership. The new MINI (written in capital letters) produced by BMW is technically unrelated to the old car and is now an object of fashion, oriented towards the pleasure of driving. Original Minis remain sought after and some models are valuable collectors’ items.

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