The dream of driving a new MINI. Who's In?
We're excited to introduce the new MINI Lower Emissions Allowance, offering £2,000 towards a variety of new MINI models with CO2 emissions below 130g/km*. That's £2,000 on top of our existing tantalising offers and on top of your trade-in price. There's never been a better time to get to know the latest MINI models, with their legendary go-kart handling and iconic design.
Our current line-up is cleaner than ever, with every MINI launched since 2014 designed to meet EU6 standards which are now mandatory for all new cars. Driving an EU6 compliant car comes with a host of benefits, from reducing driving taxes to emitting fewer harmful emissions. Have we got your attention? Let's talk business.
CHOOSE YOUR MINI.
Do you already know which MINI model you’re after? Click on the links below to discover the MINI models with CO2 emissions below 130g/km* which our new Lower Emissions Allowance applies to.
LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN.
If you're driving a diesel car (MINI or otherwise) that is EU4 emissions standard or older, you're eligible for our Lower emissions Allowance. Trade-in your car and we'll offer a fair trade-in price and £2,000 towards a variety of new MINI models with CO2 emissions below 130g/km*, on top of our existing offers.
You need to have owned the car you're trading in for at least 12 months and the new MINI you're purchasing must be registered in the same name and address as your existing car.
If your car was registered before January 2011, it could be eligible. Please contact us for further information.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
£2,000 Lower Emission Allowance towards new MINI vehicles with CO2 emissions of 130g/km (NEDC) or below. Subject to retailer availability. New vehicle must be registered by 31/12/17 in the same name & address as trade-in vehicle. Trade-in vehicle must be diesel, EU4 emission standard or older & owned for at least 12 months. Retail customers only. Participating retailers only. Can be used in conjunction with other offers. T&Cs apply.
*Figures are obtained in a standardised test cycle. They are intended for comparisons between vehicles & may not be representative of what a user achieves under usual driving conditions.