Mini Cooper Repair

auto mechanic working underneath a Mini Cooper on a repair lift

Mini Coopers are fast and fun to drive. They’re a luxury car that will make you feel like you’re in a British race car movie as you rip around town.

We love Mini Coopers. They’re a total blast to drive, and we love working on them too.

The Mini Cooper is a small car that was originally produced by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) between 1959 and 2000. The Mini was designed by Alec Issigonis and was intended to be a small, fuel-efficient car that could compete with the Volkswagen Beetle. The Mini was a huge success and became one of the most popular cars in the world.

In 2000, BMW acquired the rights to the Mini Cooper and began producing a new version of the car. The new Mini Cooper is based on the same basic design as the original Mini, but it is larger, more powerful, and more luxurious. The Mini Cooper is now available in a variety of body styles, including a hatchback, a convertible, and a four-door sedan.

The Mini Cooper is known for its fun-to-drive handling, its iconic design, and its many customization options. The Mini Cooper is a popular choice for city driving and for weekend getaways. It is also a popular choice for young people and for people who want a car that is both stylish and practical.

The Mini Cooper is a great car, but like all cars they have some common problems. Some of the most common problems with the Mini Cooper are automatic transmission failure due to a a faulty transmission control module or other problems, water pump leaks that lead to overheating caused by a faulty water pump gasket, clutch failure caused by a worn-out clutch disc, power steering pump failure, and electrical problems. 

Several of our technicians have spent time working in BMW and Mini Cooper dealerships, and our service department collectively has 119 years of experience working on vehicles of all makes and models. In that time we’ve learned to repair just about any issue, on any make or model, including Mini Coopers.