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The Mini brand was originally a part of the British Motor Corporation, though passed through many different owners until BMW who own it currently. You can find the owner’s manuals for the modern Minis on this site, simply choose the appropriate model below and then the correct year.


Browse by Mini Model (5 in total)

Clubman

Beginning production in 2007, the Clubman is essentially a longer version of the standard Mini but with barn-style rear doors. This model has proved popular with buyers looking for a semi-van-style car who regularly move light cargo

Cooper

Tracing its origins back to the early-1960s, the Cooper name has always been used to represent a performance version of the Mini. The name Cooper comes from the surname of the creator of the original Mini model

Countryman (incl. SE)

Classed as a luxury subcompact crossover SUV, the Countryman first entered the market in 2010. It's larger than the standard revamped Mini model from BMW and boasts a 5 out of 5 stars for safety with Euro NCAP

Hardtop

After the Mini brand was revived in the year 2000 by BMW they started to experiment with different versions, the first of which was the convertible in 2004. BMW has kept this version on offer ever since thanks to its sporty appeal

Paceman

For 3 years the Paceman was produced by BMW as an entry-level subcompact crossover SUV version of the revived Mini. Although this model was retired the slightly more luxurious version the "Countryman" continues to be sold to this day

About Mini

Originally the mission for the Mini brand was to create a “proper small car” for the general public to find it easy to take to the road and become more mobile.

Due to the oil crisis plaguing the prices of fuel, a small car was just what the public needed across the world. The mini’s ultra-small shell, lightweight and fun design launched it into modern culture and gave it a spot as an icon of the 1960’s.

Mini went through many updates but the basic shape stayed the same until BMW purchased the brand in the year 2000.

When John Cooper of the Cooper Car Company came on board he created a new sporty variant of the classic. This performances enhanced version appealed to many who couldn’t afford a sports car or preferred to have a car that could be sporty at the weekend but drive them to work in the week.

The modern BMW produced models of the Mini are larger and heavier but compared to other cars on sale in the market it has retained many of the same aspects of the classic.

You can find multiple different versions of the modern Mini available for all sorts of market of car. You can enhance your boot space with the longer wheelbase Clubman or take advantage of sunny days with the 2 door convertible version.

  • Models: 5