MINI Service

MINI’s, like BMW, require Inspections I and II. We’ve broken it down for you with this checklist to inform you on what each inspection consists of.

  • Replace the interior ventilation filter
  • Replace the transmission fluid (CVT only)
  • Check washer and wipers and add fluid if necessary
  • Lubricate doors and locks
  • Check battery condition
  • Check suspension
  • Inspect CV boots and check their condition
  • Examine exhaust system, check for leaks
  • Check manual transmission fluid (if manual)
  • Pressure check cooling system
  • Reset service interval indicator

Final Test

  • Technician takes the vehicle out for a short road test

Inspection I

The service indicator system will let you know when the car should go through an inspection. The timeline varies on different factors, like the weather and conditions you drive in, driving habits, and model and year your MINI was manufactured in.

Inspection II

Everything covered in Inspection I are repeated with Inspection II, in addition to:

  • Air filter replacement
  • Engine coolant replacement
  • Brake fluid flush

As you go higher up in your miles with your MINI you have some other stuff to consider:
  • At 60,000 miles for the Cooper S, the serpentine belt should be replaced. For all other models this should be done at 100,000 miles
  • At 100,000 miles the oxygen sensor should be replaced
  • At 100,000 miles, spark plugs should be replaced

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