Looking for a Mini Cooper Repair Specialist?
From bimmers to minis, we’ve been working on the BMW brand for the last thirty years. (Good*) Santa Rosa Mini Cooper repair shouldn’t be hard to find, right? We didn’t think so, either. We wanted to make sure that North Bay Bavarian not only offered stellar BMW service, but Mini service, too.
What Kind of Mini Do You Have?
The Mini Hatch/Hardtop, Clubman, Convertible, Coupe and Roadster are all assembled at BMW’s Plant Oxford in Cowley, England, and the Countryman and Paceman are assembled by Magna Steyr in Austria. These heavy-duty, performance cars are not only quick, but they’re built to last. We’ve seen each Mini series in the shop and have fixed everything from clutch and transmission failures to VVT performance issues and thermostat/pump breaks.
Some of our favorite Minis are the Countryman and Paceman trim levels, because ALL4 is already offered on them. The Mini Cooper Countryman S and Paceman S are available with either front-wheel drive or optional ALL4. High-performance John Cooper Works versions of each model come standard with all-wheel drive. With a four-star safety rating, ALL4, and great gas mileage, it’s no surprise we’re seeing a ton of these in the shop. What’s more, some of the 2014 Mini Coopers share their engines with new BMWs. Our mechanics have easily translated their BMW knowledge to new and old models, straight to Mini Cooper repair.
Do you own a 2014 Coop?
There are two, both brand-new, and both turbocharged: a 1.5-liter three-cylinder making 134 horsepower, and a two-liter four-cylinder that makes 189 horsepower. The two-liter is standard in the 2014 Mini Cooper.
As a certified dealership alternative, we recommend dropping in to see us first before ordering any parts or agreeing to any repairs. Mini Cooper repair is something we do well, and spending almost twice the cash at the dealer isn’t a great way to start your week.