Used MINI Cooper Cars in Scotland

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MINI Cooper r Exclusive Convertible 2023, 941 mile +31
MINI Cooper £25,975
r Exclusive

2023

Automatic

47.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 941

Petrol

MINI Cooper Cooper Works Convertible 2024, 2385 mi +38
MINI Cooper £33,975
Cooper Works

2024

Automatic

41.5 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 2,385

Petrol

MINI Cooper ooper Classic 2dr Auto [Nav Pack] Conv +24
MINI Cooper £25,950
ooper Classic 2dr Auto [Nav Pack]

2023

Semi-Auto

47.9 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 2,752

Petrol

MINI Cooper R CLASSIC Convertible 2019, 4500 miles +29
MINI Cooper £15,995
R CLASSIC
Finance from £410 per month

2019

Automatic

42.2 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 4,500

Petrol

MINI Cooper ooper Classic 2dr Auto [Nav Pack] Conv +24
MINI Cooper £25,599
ooper Classic 2dr Auto [Nav Pack]

2023

Semi-Auto

47.9 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 4,529

Petrol

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MINI Cooper ooper Classic 2dr Auto Convertible 202 +40
MINI Cooper £21,700
ooper Classic 2dr Auto
plus VAT
Finance from £511 per month

2022

Other

47.9 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 7,424

Petrol

MINI Cooper ooper Exclusive 2dr Auto Convertible 2 +19
MINI Cooper £24,950
ooper Exclusive 2dr Auto

2023

Semi-Auto

47.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 8,033

Petrol

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MINI Cooper COOPER 2.0 COOPER S CLASSIC 3d 190 BHP +16
MINI Cooper £14,799
COOPER 2.0 COOPER S CLASSIC 3d 190 BHP
Finance from £377 per month

2020

Manual

43.5 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 12,323

Petrol

MINI Cooper JOHN COOPER WORKS 2.0 JOHN COOPER WORK +32
MINI Cooper £17,499
JOHN COOPER WORKS 2.0 JOHN COOPER WORKS 3d AUTO 228 BHP
Finance from £407 per month

2018

Automatic

49.6 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 13,480

Petrol

MINI Cooper COOPER 1.5 COOPER CLASSIC 3d 134 BHP 6 +32
MINI Cooper £13,995
COOPER 1.5 COOPER CLASSIC 3d 134 BHP 6SP HATCH
Finance from £355 per month

2020

Manual

48.7 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 14,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used MINI Cooper with Exchange and Mart?

As a brand, MINI has come to mean all kinds of things but it's in this simplest 3-Door Hatch form that the company's products are most iconically recognisable. This fourth generation BMW design was first launched in 'J01'-era full-electric form in Autumn 2023, with the 'F66' combustion version we look at here arriving six months later. Though the two models look the same, they run on quite different platforms; this petrol variant uses a mildly updated version of the old 'F56' car's chassis and its engines are largely borrowed from that older design too. Unlike the second generation MINI Electric, which to start with was Chinese-built, this combustion version hails from BMW Plant Oxford and remains the purest expression of 'MINI-ness'. It'll still charm you with its dinky looks and go-kart handling. And it's still a go-to choice if you want a style-conscious urban runabout with much of the technology of a larger car. All these attributes remain, but have been developed over more than half a century of MINI history into... well what? Let's find out.

About the MINI Cooper

This fourth generation re-design of this MINI hatch saw the car grow up a little and face its responsibilities - as all of us have to. Yet at the same time, the brand was keen that this car shouldn't lose its fun and 'joie de vivre', the very attributes that make most customers want to consider one in the first place. The updates we've been reviewing here are mostly aimed at making sure that doesn't happen, this Hatch version being now smarter, better connected and more sophisticated than before. Of course, not everyone is MINI-minded. Some don't like the way the looks have evolved. Others still think it isn't big enough. And this car can certainly be expensive once you've added in a few essential options. But these are things the creators of this fourth generation version never set out to change. The improvements they have made though, are resoundingly successful. Though the endearing raw edges that characterised older versions of this car may now be distant memories, added maturity brings many compensations. Which leaves us with a British-built benchmark in the premium small car segment and a model that, though easy to imitate, is now even more difficult to beat. Some rivals might be arguably more stylish or slightly larger but still none can beat its fun factor and everyday running cost affordability, both still crucial considerations in buying a car of this kind. Back in 1956 when he created the British original, Sir Alec Issigonis knew that. We think he'd have been pleased at how his creation's turned out.

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If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.