Mini cars on DesperateSeller.co.uk

The decision made by BMW to produce a new version of the original Mini was a gamble but almost from the moment the new MINI hit the streets in 2001, it's a gamble that has paid off in spectacular style. The MINI remains one of the most desirable new cars on the market and is in similarly strong demand as a used car.

Most popular selling mini models ranked by popularity


Hatch car for sale
3,231 cars
Hatch car for sale

3,231 available

    From  £173       To  £35,998
Countryman car for sale
1,031 cars
Countryman car for sale

1,031 available

    From  £6,495       To  £39,495
Convertible car for sale
566 cars
Convertible car for sale

566 available

    From  £2,100       To  £33,990
Clubman car for sale
435 cars
Clubman car for sale

435 available

    From  £2,850       To  £34,990
One car for sale
213 cars
One car for sale

213 available

    From  £1,485       To  £30,990
Paceman car for sale
196 cars
Paceman car for sale

196 available

    From  £8,500       To  £22,995
Coupe car for sale
103 cars
Coupe car for sale

103 available

    From  £5,290       To  £16,993
Roadster car for sale
102 cars
Roadster car for sale

102 available

    From  £6,579       To  £18,000
Clubvan car for sale
17 cars
Clubvan car for sale

17 available

    From  £6,995       To  £13,200
First car for sale
6 cars
First car for sale

6 available

    From  £3,450       To  £7,000

Mini in stats

Popular models: | Hatch (55%) | Countryman (17%) | Convertible (10%) | Clubman (7%) | One (4%) | Paceman (3%) | Coupe (2%) | Roadster (2%) | Clubvan (0%) | First (0%)
Popular body styles: | Hatchback (74%) | Convertible (12%) | Estate (8%) | Coupe (5%) | Saloon (1%) | 4x4 (1%) | Van (1%)
Transmissions: | Automatic (14%) | Manual (86%)
Fuel types: | Diesel (37%) | Petrol (62%)
Engines: | 1200cc (4%) | 1300cc (0%) | 1400cc (2%) | 1500cc (23%) | 1600cc (49%) | 1800cc (0%) | 2000cc (22%) | 3000cc (0%)
Popular colors: | Green | Gold | Brown | Blue | Black
Popular derivatives: Cooper | Cooper Park Lane | Cooper S | One |


A historic view on Mini

Residual values are buoyant and as the growing range of models filters through onto the second hand car market, there's more and more choice. The first generation MINI used cars you're most likely to encounter are the entry-level One, the Cooper and the Cooper S. There are also John Cooper Works editions that take the basic supercharged Cooper S model and render it even more sporty. There was also a MINI Convertible and a diesel powered MINI One D that returns very good economy. The range of optional extras available means that people looking to buy a used MINI are unlikely to find two cars exactly the same. There are all kinds of different colour schemes and trim packages out there. The second generation cars arrived in 2007, at which point the Cooper S performance model got a turbocharged engine and the Cooper D diesel was introduced. Interior quality and fuel economy were noticeably improved but the all-important looks were similar. The Clubman estate models were launched around this time and budget MINI First model arrived in 2009. The MINI might not be the most practical small car but for style, a fun drive and tonnes of character, used second hand models are hard to beat.

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