To rent a Mini Cooper, locate a car rental company that includes Mini Coopers in its rental fleet, such as Sixt Car Rental, Hire Luxury Car or Midway Car Rental, and contact the company online or by telephone to check availability and get a quote. You need to supply pickup and drop-off locations and
Mini, one of many BMW-owned brands, manufactures Mini Coopers, according to BMWGroup.com. The first Mini Cooper was built in England in 1959. BMW continues to manufacture Minis in Great Britain, as of 2015.
Information about the Austin Mini Cooper is found at SuperCars.net, Hagerty.com and ConceptCarz.com. Super Cars has an index of over 6,000 cars, containing videos and photo galleries. It also has a community forum and a system for submitting original work about supercars to its database.
Mini Cooper models feature twin-power turbo engines that deliver high torque at engine speeds as low as 1,250 revolutions per minute. A flat panel under the engine works to minimize resistance and reduce overall fuel consumption, while the electric-powered assisted steering system only activates whe
Older classic cars, such as a 1960 Mini Cooper, can be purchased from online auction sites and classified ads. The Internet has allowed for many companies to create an environment where a user can post adds to directly sell to other buyers.
A Mini Cooper can comfortably seat either two, four, or five passengers, depending on the model. For example, the Cooper Roadster can seat two adults, the Cooper Convertible can seat four adults, and the Cooper Countryman can seat up to five adults.
The average price of a 2014 Mini Cooper ranges from about $19,900 to $35,000 as of 2015. The vehicle gets an average fuel economy of 29 miles per gallon in the city and 40 miles per gallon on the highway.
Find a replacement service manual for a Mini Cooper at AutoZone.com or Haynes.com. AutoZone.com also features many online tools for servicing vehicles. In addition, MiniUSA.com provides freely downloadable user manuals for Mini Coopers, and these manuals provide information about basic servicing, su
The MINI Cooper has three types of service, with the most regular--an oil change--needing to be completed after every 10,000 miles or 12 months. The other two service types, referred to as Inspection 1 (minor service) and Inspection 2 (major service) each need to be completed approximately half as o
Find leasing deals on a Mini Cooper by contacting a local dealership, according to Mini USA. As of 2015, the car brand offers three leasing plans through Mini Financial Services.