Current MINI models
Current MINI for sale in showrooms right now:
The Mini began it's public life on the 26 August 1959, at that time Sir Alec Issigonis could not have even dreamed of the importance his little car would play in the history of the motorcar. The Mini was designed simply to be an affordable car which could seat four adults and still be small enough to cope with the increasing numbers of cars on the road. Costing just under £500 and initially only available with a 850cc 34bhp engine, this was the Mini in its purest form, a far cry of things to come in the next few years.
MINI: Lowest Pricing
Car shopping can be exhausting and disappointing for buyers. The average time spent in a dealership when buying a car is 4.3 hours (based on 2011 data). Add up the time taken if you choose to visit several MINI dealerships. On top of this, add the travel time back and forth to the dealership. There may be multiple trips to several MINI (and other) dealerships. It all adds up to one massive headache! Why? Because retail buyers get to deal with sales people. At carbroker.com.au, we deal with the fleet departments - they don't muck around playing games.